Green is not a common colour in ballet except for variations like Esmeralda but sometimes a Tinkerbell will sneak through.
Beautiful dark green velvet, dramatic light gold appliques and a soft gold tulle overskirt are teamed with emerald and turquoise rhinestones.
This lovely little tutu has a light soft design of pale blue and mint rosebuds and a soft airbrushed edges.
The little flowers are teamed with crystal AB rhinestones. The whole effect is kept very light with a net plate.
Here is another lovely little pale green tutu, this time decorated with embroidered net lace.
The lace has been embellished with eau de nil pearls and crystal AB stones.
And the ensemble was completed with some little arm frills.
Aqua looks lovely with both silver or gold trim. Here is an aqua tutu with gold trim on an ornate and richly embellished plate.
The white skirt has a layer of pale blue on the top layer and glitter tulle underneath.
The corded and embroidered appliques are decorated with aqua rhinestones and crystal AB for a little bit of pink sparkle.
Silver venise lace and long jewelled points make this tutu rather light and airy. The top layer of the skirt is silver sparkle tulle.
The venise lace was also used to make a little headpiece.
This lovely teal tutu looks gorgeous with gold trim and a simple gold lace overlay.
This was the last of one of my favourite corded laces. It’s very delicate and I’ve trailed little tendrils onto the skirt.
The ensemble was finished off with some little arm puffs.
Finally, a lovely bright green Tinkerbell.
This tutu was a delight to put together using light aqua, gold and green lace to create the deeply textured plate.
The skirt is made up of several different greens. Rhinestones ranged from turquoise through to emerald.
The arm cuffs were made from nude cosmic mesh to make the trim appear to be floating on the dancer’s arms.
And a lovely little crown of gold leaves and tendrils.