Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Sunny Disposition

{Sunny Disposition - for sale at my website}
Yellow is a hard color for me. I have exactly one sweater in my closet that is yellow and I hardly ever wear it because I am not convinced that I look good in this color. But yet, I do love it. It is bright and cheery. You can't help but be happy when you see it.

I found these sweet little ceramic charms at Michaels part of the limited edition Jennifer Jangles line. You simply must go and get some for yourself!

I whipped up these sweet little dangles with two of the yellow flower charms on some wire that I formed like a little leaf. I wrapped that with some peridot colored wire and topped it off with some tiny red glass flowers on the ear wires.

Perfectly paired with this cute little scalloped edge dress in a bright pop of yellow that says, "Hello world! I have a sunny disposition!"
{Bellissima dress - yellow with scallops - from Shabby Apple}
Erin Prais-Hintz invites you to go on a journey of inspiration at her blog Treasures Found :: Inspiration is Everywhere. You can view a gallery of her work at or purchase her popular line of 'Simple Truths' in her Etsy shop.


  1. Those are very cool Erin! I agree with you on the yellow...I don't think I have anything yellow in my wardrobe..wish I looked good in it!

  2. What sweet earrings!! I love the pops of color with the green wire and those tiny red beads at the top.

    I have very pale skin so yellow is one color I try to avoid.

  3. Very clever construction! Love those little charms. Perfect with the green and red. I'm not a yellow lover either, unless it's a saffron or goldenrod color, but I don't wear it above my waist! Otherwise I look seriously ill.

  4. Erin, I love how you've really gone "outside the box" with the design on these, especially with the loose wrapping on the leaf. Excellent!

    1. I have to laugh... because I wanted to cover the entire leaf with the wire, but I never cut enough for that! So loosely wrapped... yeah, that was what I meant to do! ;-) Thanks for stopping by Miss Christine!