Blue, Red and Yellow – Necklace

2 years, 4 months ago 2

The first time this color-combo became one of my favorites ever was when I was 7 years old.  I was watching “Superman” (with Christopher Reeve) for the first time at the movies with my little brother Chris, and the moment that Clark Kent came out wearing his super Blue, Yellow and Red suit, I thought I had found my future husband.


So, yes. I have had a love affair with these colors for a long time…and no, as you’ve figured out I never married Superman. I got even luckier! and found the love of my life instead:-) Not in Metropolis but in beautiful Philadelphia!


Aside from Superman though, I genuinely love how these colors work together. I’ve seen so many beautiful expressions of these colors put together: From beautiful designs and man-made pieces of Art, to some of the most beautiful flowers and expressions of nature.


This necklace was an “excuse” to use these 3 colors…(along with some soft whites and light grays to brake it up a little). This is also one of many small tributes to my little brother Chris, who LOOOOOVES Superman even more than I do.


Of course I did some “test driving” too! I can assure you it is as comfy as it is gorgeous! Disclosure: Be ready to get TONS of attention!! (of the good kind ;-) !)

Hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it,

Much love to you all,

- Veruschka

2 Reviews

  1. Laurie says:

    What a fun necklace!! I’ve always had a crush on Superman too! :D

  2. Thanks Laurie!
    I’m sure we were only two of many more ;-)
    Thanks for stopping by and most importantly: Thanks for the support.
    Have a lovely day!
    - Veruschka

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