Sherbet Scarf

Living in Southern California is amazing! But when it comes to winter time, it makes me confused on what season it's in. We started off this winter as a warm one, then it just became hot! It cooled off recently and even rained. But to the news casters it's "Weather Disaster 2012!!", they can be so dramatic right? Well, I've been on a kick with scarves lately. Some I haven't even posted on Etsy yet (but I will get there), and I seem to come up with some ideas. They could be strange at times, but I always seem to draw them down, because you never know if they are going to be something amazing. On my path of creating my new scarf, I came up with an ice cream one. I did a little bit of research online and only saw individual ice creams that stacked on top of each other, but nothing what I was imagining. So I decided I was going to do it! While creating my what I like to call "Sherbet Scarf", I had to ask a few friends their opinions. I even ask men what they thought! Well, reviews were coming back pretty positive. And I say pretty positive, because that was the men reviews. Most guys just don't care about accessories like we do.

I teamed up with my friends at BlinkIt Photography, and were able to get a quick picture with no other than Miss Teen Asia USA 2011 ~ Meeghan Henry! How exciting!!! She apparently loved the scarf and was happy to do a quick pose with it. Hopefully in the near future I will be teaming up with them again and showing the world how amazing their photography is, and how awesome my accessories look in their photos.
At the time when this picture was taken, the back part of the scarf was not in the photo. When you have an opportunity and it happens so fast, you just have to do what the designers on Project Runway and just get it out there! So that's what I did. However I did hand sew each tiny "sprinkle" bead, and those take forever! But I thought it came out cute, colorful and even though it's winter, you could always show a little love for the summer treats!


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