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{photography: hèrmes + sparkling things}


. . . nearly always with a camera at hand, shooting here or there, moving things and styling things — and so, was perfectly delighted to happen upon these wonderful close-up shots by kris atomic and her charming collection of sparkling things . . .

all photography by kris atomic}

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  • [email protected] – goes without saying :)

    carole – adored hearing about your fond childhood memories

    charmaine – so thoughtful! – thanks so much


  • So beautiful and enchanting!

  • I love the first picture so lavish!

    D e g a i n e

  • you always post the best! it just gets better and better, this is simply gorgeous! i love how she used that beautiful Hermes box. the jewelry is beautiful too. great photos. have a fabulous weekend!

    God Bless,

  • I really must get some new sparkly jewelry for spring.

  • These shots are so stunning!

  • gorgeous photos, darling! have a lovely weekend!

  • What a great way to keep jewelry – a colorful Hermes box. The collection looks a lot like my grandmother’s. We called it her “dressing up” things. Beautiful pictures!
    ~ Carolyn

  • Oh my. This post has just given me a shiver down the spine. The second photo reminded me of the costume jewelery I used to collect as a small child. We used to live opposite a second hand clothing shop and the owner would give me all the small glittery things that would come in. Beaded bags, paste diamonds – things that would be covetable now but were worthless then. I even had a collection of coloured stones wrapped in tissue and kept in a matchbox. I’d forgotten all about these until I saw these photos. Thank you so much.

  • oh my – this evokes feelings of wanting to try on my elder cousins clothes and shoes as a little girl. the grand dame of dressing up (hermes) boxes :)

  • LOVE Krisatomic’s blog, she sure is incredibly talented in all she does! :)

  • Gorgeous! Besides all the beautiful sparkle, don’t you even love the Hermes box?? So pretty…

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