Style Collage

A little while ago I mentioned that I was going to try to define my crafting “style” (for lack of a better term, I suppose). I perused etsy rather casually for a week or so and when an image just really jumped out at me, or I said to myself, I LOVE that, or I considered buying that item, I saved the image. I was pretty strict about my criteria for saving an image because I really, truly had to be drawn to the image. Due to my strict criteria, I only ended up with a dozen images, but seeing them all in one place has really helped me begin to refine my idea of what my “style” is.

Want to see the compilation? Surely you do! Here it is:

Style photos

I am going to be studying this more in the days to come, but I would be interested to hear what you think are the common elements in these images. Let me know!

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16 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    bobbi said,

    let’s see, love, organic, rich, jewel-like tones, texture….

    that’s a fun game. i kind of want to play it for myself 😉

  2. 3

    Sara said,

    Ooo collages!

    I see jewel tones, natural themes (leaves, vines), a touch of sparkle, lots of texture, hearts. I am in love with those vine earrings! Wonder how hard they would be to make…?

  3. 5

    Amelia said,

    Rich colors, vines, and hearts.

  4. 7

    Clara said,

    Purple, round, smooth, vines, embriodery, hearts, lines. Lettering.

  5. 8

    Aryn Sturgeon said,

    I see lots of bold colors and rich texture! ❤ it!

  6. 10

    Melinda said,

    Hmm. Jewel tones. Repeated elements, lines, hearts, vines, patchwork, pieced-together.

  7. 12

    Joey said,

    I see love of hearts, love of purple, love of leaves and plants, love of cardinals and just love of love. You’re cool, and I love you!

  8. 14

    Paula said,

    hhhmmmm, now, let’s see….a pattern/theme……hearts/grapes & vine clusters…..abiding in the True Vine…..needlework, needlework, etc, etc, etc……everyone of these things looks just like you….not a surprise in the bunch =)

  9. 16

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