Henhousebeads Absinthe Inspiration

This charm bracelet blog brings a little inspiration for the Henhousebeads Absinthe.

The Henhousebeads Absinthe was part of the launch collection and it’s a standard catalog bead (so not limited.) Though it debtuted last year we were already into the fall season and this always felt more apt for the spring and summer season. As we edge towards the former, I decided to sit down and play with it a little. You can shop the collection beads via the link below and they have a retail price of $35 each.

Henhousebeads Absinthe

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Henhousebeads Absinthe

Absinthe is a pastel green with a very creamy undertone. It lacks the blue tones to be called minty but is a really soft, cool green. For this combination I’m again trying to capture that very early spring season where we’re still seeing late frosts. To help with that I’ve added multiples of the Henhousebeads Air Element (available here) again which is proving so useful to me. Like many collectors I suspect, I’m so often drawn to the very flashy glass designs but then find myself actually using quite simple glass more frequently as they’re very versatile.

Notable silver beads include the new Ohm Beads Gibbous Luna (available here,) representing those early mornings where the moon has yet to set. The new Enchanted Lotus with Emerald (found here) from The Palace of Amber adds a hint of darker green and I’ve always adored chunky barrel silvers. This is my first time featuring the Trollbeads Lovebirds on the blog (available here) and I’m a big fan of this bead. It didn’t particularly appeal to me in the stock images but it’s very sweet in person and as shown here, it’s versatility far surpasses Valentine’s Day.

Henhousebeads Absinthe

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Henhousebeads Absinthe

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Henhousebeads Absinthev

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Henhousebeads Absinthe Summary

For those of you who love pastels, there’s already a few awaiting you in the Henhousebeads collection. Absinthe teams well with Lavender, Toulouse and Versailles so there’s already a selection for your spring bracelets.

Henhousebeads Provincial France

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I enjoy pastels in smaller doses and tend to try and cool them off a little with greys and whites, such as can be seen here.

As always I love to hear from my readers. What are your thoughts on the Henhousebeads Absinthe? Hit the comments and let me know!

Bead Index

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  • 1 – Henhousebeads Absinthe (Available here)
  • 2 – Trollbeads Water Lilies of July (Available here)
  • 3 – Henhousebeads Air Element (Available here)
  • 4 – Ohm Beads Gibbous Luna (Available here)
  • 5 – Trollbeads Unique
  • 6 – Trollbeads Wishing Star (Available here)
  • 7 – Henhousbeads Air Element
  • 8 – Trollbeads Lovebirds (Available here)
  • 9 – Hennhousebeads Absinthe
  • 10 – Limited Edition The Palace of Amber Enchanted Lotus with Emerald (2019) (Available here)
  • 11 – Trollbeads Moonstone (Available here)
  • 12 – Trollbeads Bindweed of September (Available here)
  • 13 – Henhousebeads Absinthe
  • 14 – The Palace of Amber Hibiscus Stopper (Available here)
  • 15 – Redbalifrog Lotus Love Lock (Available here)
Comments
  1. Marie

    Love this inspiration! Your color/bead options definitely evoke those frosty, very early spring mornings which winter just isn’t quite ready to let go of. Beyond the glass, the POA Emerald Enchanted Lotus is quite stunning too!

    • endangeredtrolls

      It feels like quite a calming bracelet to me πŸ˜€ I like it πŸ™‚ The entire Enchanted Lotus series has been stunning I think but yes now the emerald for the spring finishes it off perfectly I think πŸ˜€

  2. MaLa SaHan

    I, too, am leaning more toward the solid coloured beads as this creates a more elegant bracelet composition.
    the very colourful patterned beads – as beautiful as they are, tend to overshadow the effect of the silver beads.
    I place a few favourites of the patterned beads among the solid coloured ones, and achieve a quieter effect, highlighting my silvers and favourite glass.

    • endangeredtrolls

      I love busy beads but for me I prefer them as focals or just a couple with plainer beads then filling out the bracelet too πŸ™‚

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