what necklace length looks best with that outfit

What Necklace Looks Best with That Outfit?

Jewellery can truly add that special something that makes an everyday outfit go from average to WOW!  But some necklaces work better with certain outfits than others. And we want to make sure you get the most out of your Peacock and Lime pieces, to truly amp up your style!  So what necklace works best with your look? Sure, colour can play a factor in … Continue reading What Necklace Looks Best with That Outfit?

peacock and lime brand ambassador - Amanda

Feature Friday – Brand Rep Amanda

It’s Friday! And that means another feature post! This week we’re featuring Amanda of the Green Fox blog. Amanda is from Vermont, and is a photographer/blogger and does product reviews. She has written a few posts about her Peacock & Lime pieces! You can see for yourself, by checking out her February post here (featuring the Oh Snap camera necklace, a namaste wrap bracelet, and a mountain peaks necklace), or one from … Continue reading Feature Friday – Brand Rep Amanda

peacock and lime brand ambassador - Bailey

Feature Friday – Brand Rep Bailey

The second installment in our new Feature Friday series is here! (The first one was last week, and can be found here). Today’s spotlight is on Bailey – an aspiring model and singer, with fantastic photos taken by her mother/photographer Naomi.  Together, they create the best themed photo shoots like the ones showcased here featuring our Harry Potter inspired necklace . There will definitely be more … Continue reading Feature Friday – Brand Rep Bailey

peacock and lime brand ambassador - Sara Jo

Feature Friday – Brand Rep Sara Jo

We have some amazing brand reps! And because of that, I wanted to start a feature to showcase some of their fantastic photos, and amazing talents! Let’s start the series off with Sara Jo (she can be found on instagram here) … a few weeks back, she did a photo shoot with model Jessie Lee Busby, featuring our mountain wrap bracelet, triangle wrap bracelet and heartbeat arrow … Continue reading Feature Friday – Brand Rep Sara Jo

bead soup – reveal, sort of

This year’s Bead Soup Blog Party challenge is all about love & heart! Lori Anderson – the mastermind behind Bead Soup – designated the theme of this swap to send something treasured to another, to spread the kindness and love, “… to feel like a true giving of the heart. Paying love forward to a person you may not even know.” What a sweet sentiment. Our partner packages were to … Continue reading bead soup – reveal, sort of

bead soup blog party with Peacock & Lime

Bead Soup Blog Party 2017

  After a short (2 year) hiatus, the Bead Soup Blog Party will once again be in full swing! I’m so excited to be back as a part of the original bead swap, and love what the host, Lori Anderson has chosen as a theme … According to Lori, “The reason I chose this BSBP to be a Bead Hoarders edition is because 2016 was … Continue reading Bead Soup Blog Party 2017

Peacock & Lime brand ambassadors

brand rep search …

Do you have a passion for jewellery and adore all things social media, love taking photos and are obsessed with styling? Peacock & Lime is looking to expand our brand ambassadors and we are searching for 2 or 3 social media aficionados, instagram enthusiasts and trendsetters to be a part of our extended online family! If you love taking beautiful photos, post regularly on social … Continue reading brand rep search …

design challenge piece by peacock and lime

december 2016 design challenge

With the year coming to an end, so, too, do the monthly 2016 creative design challenges hosted by Dry Gulch Beads. This december installment will be the last, and consists of a cheery, festive, bright palette … With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, there didn’t seem to be enough time to create a new piece to submit for the challenge, although I did notice … Continue reading december 2016 design challenge

design challenge piece by peacock and lime

november 2016 design challenge

Happy day-after American Thanksgiving! In keeping with the theme … the colour palette Dry Gulch Beads has chosen for their creative design challenge this month, is inspired by the vintage Thanksgiving greeting card above. Subtle shades of tassel yellow, artichoke green, whole wheat, chinese red and powder blue make up the palette.   I love the southwest feel to these colours, and have created a lariat/choker necklace … Continue reading november 2016 design challenge