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New background for my jewelry

About this design:

OK, so this is not about the jewelry. Today My Husband sourced me a new background to take pictures of my jewelry. What do you think?
I love nature and wanted to show my pieces off on a natural background. I love it! It's much better than my Husband buying me shoes or handbags! He is so thoughtful!


A rock Some Moss Some pebbles A large quartz stone from the lake where we got engaged! A log

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  1. karen blasdel
    karen blasdel says:

    What a wonderful thing your husband did!!!

  2. A Little Pizzaz aka Judy
    A Little Pizzaz aka Judy says:

    Love it! Your husband is a sweetheart!

  3. Asia
    Asia says:

    Loving it, what a sweet husband :D

  4. puppychick  labratbecky
    puppychick labratbecky says:

    He’s a keeper!!

  5. SquirrelGirl aka Angela
    SquirrelGirl aka Angela says:

    How thoughtful he is! I love this, it is so earthy which gives the perfect setting for your pieces that incorporate natural stones such as this. Perfect!

  6. Rocknitjewelry
    Rocknitjewelry says:

    I love these more natural backgrounds. Just be careful not to let it get too busy and overshadow your beautiful jewelry.

  7. K goodpaster
    K goodpaster says:

    Beautiful! Mist your moss in a windowsill and keep it alive for quite some time. LOVE the necklace too!

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    L Pekuri says:

    I think the pebbles are a distraction. They are a light color and draw the eye from the light stone in the necklace.

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    tugglecathy says:

    Your husband is a sweetheart!
    I sold jewelry at one time, and I intend to do it again, so I’ll share a small secret with you. You certainly don’t want to many “eye” distractions. One small thing works just fine. I had to learn that too. Really you just want YOUR piece to be the focal point, so a stick, or a small pebble or two works best!
    Best of luck!! Most importantly enjoy what you do, somehow it shows in your creations :)

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