Princess Kiss and Baby Blue True Beadz

In a continuing series of showing two True Beadz colours at a time, today I’ve got Princess Kiss and Baby Blue in the Touch finishes. I put together a mini bracelet using the colours together but I think they shine with other colours that are more similar. The flowers in these pictures were picked off my hostas. 

Looking below and starting at the top right, going clockwise the glass beads are Blossom Baby Pink, Touch Princess Kiss, Touch Lilac and Touch Baby Blue. 

I love the striations in the Princess Kiss beads!

Top to bottom in the bangle below are Touch Princess Kiss, Taste Baby Pink, a Treasure, Blossom Baby Pink and Touch Princess Kiss. 

I tried the Baby Blue with Taste Castle Stone, Blossom Castle Stone and two Trollbeads Neverendings. 

But look at the Baby Blue here! I love this bangle! This is the look that first attracted me to True Beadz when they first came out. To me it’s almost Scandinavian looking-minimalist and beautiful. The colours used are (top to bottom) Sky Blue, And Quiet Flows the Don, Baby Blue and Eastern Sea. 

As with all True Beadz blog post features, here’s a photo of all the current colours in the Touch finish. I am so obsessed with these beads right now. And I think I’m not the only one!

Row 1 Stormy Heavens/Royal Viola/Purple Dream/Lilac/Taiga/Blue Mist
Row 2 Eastern Sea/And Quiet Flows the Don/Sky Blue/Baby Blue/Marmor/Princess Kiss
Row 3 Baby Pink/Strawberry/Terracotta/Pumpkin/Sunflower/Sunlight Spot
Row 4 Castle Stone/Dragon Green/Gooseberry/Linen/Siberia

Disclosure: For this blog I may receive some items as promotional samples.

3 responses to Princess Kiss and Baby Blue True Beadz

  1. sarahrigler says:

    I agree with the minimalist appearance of these beads, and the colours are wonderful! I wish I had that whole palette to play with, especially the blues, and the Princess Kisss is lovely !


    • marthnick says:

      Sarah, sometime you’ll have to come over and play with the whole palette. That would be so fun! When I get home I need to try the purples together, just like the blues.


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