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2 more for your product line offering: Duskcoat Gunmetal(TM) and Goldenlock(TM)

Hi everyone-

I’ve just introduced my 2 newest finishes in the 8×3 frames: Duskcoat Gunmetal(TM) and Goldenlock(TM).  I’ve been working on several formulations of the coats to achieve the look that I wanted.

The Duskcoat Gunmetal(TM) is comprised of multi-layers with many color of hints of iridescent purples and greens resulting in a deep twilight gray.  It’s a really rich deep gray, not shallow like other gunmetals you’ll see on the market.  Of course, it’s very shiny!  Check out the pics.  (*Please click on the photos to view a larger photo.*):

Deep, rich Duskcoat Gunmetal(TM)

Duskcoat Gunmetal(TM)

The Goldenlock(TM) took a little bit longer to formulate since I was very particular about the tone of the gold.  Gold can be hard to achieve in metals that are not made using real gold:  it can come off looking cheap if you don’t have an eye for it.  This Goldenlock(TM) is not too brassy or too garish.  The Goldenlock(TM) purse frame has a tone that is warmer than 10K gold, but less so than 18K gold. It nearly resembles the most popular gold — 14K gold.

I’ve taken a pic of my jewelry to show you the relative tone of it.

The relative tones of gold.

Goldenlock(TM) purse frame with Perfect Fit 6(TM)

Buy it at my Etsy store whilebabynaps.etsy.com.  (It was my son’s 6th birthday yesterday – 9/18 – so I haven’t had time to program it on my webstore, whilebabynaps.com.  But it should be up for Monday to order in bulk over 100+ as well.)

(TM) Trademarks of WhileBabyNaps and Khuong LLC 2010. All rights reserved.

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September 19, 2010 - Posted by | WhileBabyNaps General Updates

3 Comments »

  1. Love love love the duskcoat!

    Comment by Shelle | September 28, 2010 | Reply

    • WOW! Thank you so much Michelle! I really appreciate that. I took a long time (and a lot of formulations) to get the right coat that I wanted. THANK YOU!!!! 🙂

      Comment by Winn | September 28, 2010 | Reply


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