September’s Color of the Month: Biscay Bay!


Source: Pantone

We chose the beautiful deep color of Biscay Bay from the Pantone’s Fall 2015 Fashion Color Report for our September Color of the Month!

biscay bay

Source: Pantone

Leatrice Eiseman, the Executive Director at the Pantone Color Institute®, says Biscay Bay “splashes up against more heated tones with its cool touch. Combining the serene qualities of blue with the invigorating aspects of green, the cool and confident Biscay Bay inspires thoughts of soothing, tropical waters, taking us to a place that is pleasant and inviting.”


Source: Polyvore

Biscay Bay pairs well with Dried Herb and Marsala from Pantone’s Fall Color Report. In August, we paired Biscay Bay with bold Cadmium Orange and gold for our Color of the Month Bracelet. This month, we let Biscay Bay be the star in our fun fringe earrings!BiscayBay

Check out our Inspiration Gallery for great ideas on how to use this lush and rich teal color. Listed below are just few inspiration pieces featuring this brilliant hue to get your creative juices flowing!GA5044

Take Aim Necklace


Victory Bangle


Straight to the Point Earrings


Party on My Wrist Bracelet


Double Tile Bracelet

Be sure to check out our Biscay Bay Product Picks and our Biscay Bay Color Idea to find fabulous beads and components to use in your creations! How will you incorporate Biscay Bay into your jewelry designs? Be sure to share your images by using the hashtag #fusionbeadscolorchallenge on Instagram.

Happy Beading! – Cody


2 comments to September’s Color of the Month: Biscay Bay!

  • Marnie Rourke


    I am interested in your color of the month project, but I can’t find anything about the rules are for entering. I’d appreciate it if you would send me that information please.

    May God bless you always, and in all ways,

    Marnie Rourke

    You can always trust tomorrow, because tomorrow belongs to God!


    Hi Marnie!

    Our Color of the Month Challenge isn’t a competition, so there aren’t any rules! It’s just a way to get inspired and explore colors that may be new to you. You can find more information on this fun challenge here:

    Happy beading!

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