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Believe or not, but creating this small pair of gloves (don’t try to count the the milimeters! :)) was much more easy for me than catching the glove’s hue and the bead’s shine in same time …


Because of the perfect lighting and – maybe – the lock of my photographer skills.

Soft pink and shiny beads in the midnight lights

This pale pink hue being my favorit and the only pink color I really love (but I’m not a pink woman), and the the mistery of this ‘Catch the light’ kind of game, given me enough energy for me to not give up the ‘hunting’…

too much light kills the pale pink hue

playin’ with lights and styling

The key is in balance: enough light for bead shine, but not too much for hue

an other day, other lighting …

By folding the gloves isn’t show the airy texture of the gloves.

I tried to catch the chilly light in the mornings, the warmer lights later, light in the shadows, the harder daylights, the afternoon’s golden light, … and – of course – styling the gloves into many of the artificial lights also.

the beads can’t glow at one time …


It was a loooong game … and I don’t want to summ you how many photos I had taken, because you can only react in two ways: I am crazy person or I am very persistant one, and I would like to believe that I am the latter … 🙂

day x: by changing the color of layers and adding some contrast around, I have got this

And after a thousand years … this morning I decided: today I will be satisfied. So here I am with the issue of the pale pink with its shiny beads:


Perfect things isn’t exist, but this pretty pair of gloves now is available on ClothChapel along with this pretty free love-card in addition.

The ‘hard to prectice’ – moto of the day:

don’t be perfectionist.

wear love,