Terrific Turquoise - Wonderful Handmade Wednesday on Indiemade



Since I live in the Desert Southwest, turquoise is a definite favorite of people, both the gemstone itself and the color.  Turquoise is a shade of blue that lies on the color scale between blue and green. It has psychological characteristics associated with both of those colors:  the calmness of blue and the growth that is represented in green. Turquoise is said to be a color that balances blue, green and yellow, linking it to emotional balance. It is a color promotes a feeling of serenity and stability.  I don’t know about you, but whenever I work with turquoise, I do feel a great sense of peace and calmness.


Terrific Turquoise is the theme of today’s Wonderful Handmade Wednesday on Indiemade blog.  Each artisan handmade item selected uses the color turquoise (or even the gemstone itself) as a major part of the design or as a beautiful accent.  Most of these beauties are one of a kind designs and all are made from the heart.  I hope you enjoy these handmade creations using the color turquoise.




Turquoise, Amethyst and Sodalite Gemstone Cluster Earrings Handmade by Pamela of Pebbles at My Feet




Turquoise and Red Hand Painted Colorful Copper Woodblock Shield Earrings Components, 1 Pair, Handmade by Kristi of Kristi Bowman Design 




Turquoise Blue, Green, Black and Gold Dichroic Glass Dangle Earrings Handmade by Jo of Umeboshi Jewelry Designs




Turquoise Lace Leaf Pattern Hand Knit Cotton Scarf with Aventurine Beads Handmade by Nancy of Nancy's Knots, Lace and More




Turquoise Blue and Beige Fish Button Focal Necklace with Waxed Linen, Ceramic Beads and Leather Handmade by Gloria of Chrysalis Tribal Jewelry 




Turquoise Blue, Red, Yellow and Green Tie Dye Dog Bones and Paw Prints Summer Dog Bandana Handmade by Donna of SewAmazin





Turquoise Ceramic Pendant Necklace with Amazonite, Gold Sari Silk and Vintage Glass Handmade by Linda of Linda Landig Jewelry




Turquoise Accented Black Daisy Applique Handmade by Jacki of Christie Cottage




Chunky Turquoise Magnesite and Natural Magnesite Southwest-inspired Necklace Handmade by Catherine of Shadow Dog Designs



I hope you enjoyed each and every one of these unique handmade creations using the color turquoise!  If you would like to make my day and the day of the talented artists featured, please leave a comment.  And any promotion you can do will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!



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Oh my your Turquoise Magnesite necklace is out of this world!! Thanks so much for sharing all these beautiful Turquoise goodies with us! <3

Delightful Turquoise

You cannot go wrong with turquoise! Thanks so much for including my fish choker.


I love turquoise

Tweeted and pinned all and post too


The energy ot turquoise

Some find turquoise to be serene and restful but I find energy in it. That color! It is the color of possibility, a bright spark in the drabness of the ground, an unexpected treasure! Thanks for sharing this wonderful color and the inspired handmade finds!

I love turquoise too

The gemstone and the color. Thanks for showing my earrings in this terrific turquoise collection. I enjoyed playing with the blue-ness of turquoise in making those earrings, pairing the stone with truer blues and purples. It's so wonderful to design with. Thanks again.


I love just about any shade of blue and these are all lovely choices. ❤
Thanks so much for including Penny and our Tie Dye dog bandana in this week's post!
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