Posts Tagged ‘butterfly’

Color Inspirations – Vintage & Violet Radiance

Add some bold hues to your embroidery palette with this Vintage & Violet Radiance color inspiration.

This week, add some bold hues to your palette. Subtle vintage tones and soft whites get a bold swipe of color with this Vintage & Violet Radiance color scheme. This would really work with any vintage palette and suitably neon-bright tones, but there’s something wonderful about that blazing pink/purple combination. Add some sass to that class. See how it compares to the original.

Which do you prefer?

Color Inspirations – Autumn & Bone

Add a spooky seasonal touch to your embroidery designs with this Autumn & Bone color scheme.

This week, find some inspiration in the season with this Autumn & Bone color scheme. Looking at the bare trees and the brilliant leaves on the ground, you can see where the classic Halloween palette comes from. However, that doesn’t mean you have to use it on only Halloween designs. Try it with some elegance using mostly black and whites, and then save those bold hues as a pop of autumn splendor. You can even bleed in a little ombre fun to your fabric first. It can bring a creepy sophistication to any design, spooky or not! See how it compares to the original.

Which do you prefer?

Color Inspirations – Midnight Confetti

Try this festive & bold Midnight Confetti color scheme out on your embroidery designs.

Dark fabrics don’t mean you need to use dark colors. Contrast some deep midnight blues with bold colors using this Midnight Confetti color scheme. Pops of bright pink and a flash of gold add elegance and depth to this festive and feminine color scheme. See how it compares to the original.

Which do you prefer?

Color Inspirations – Rainbow Rust

Try this colorful but subtle Rainbow Rust color scheme out on your embroidery designs.

Rainbow color schemes don’t always have to be bubble gum bright. This week, try this elegant and rustic Rainbow Rust color scheme. It lets you add a spectrum of colors without getting too girly, using browns, rusty purples and soft greens to bring your colors together. A colorful fabric adds to the fun. Gorgeous but not too over the top! See how it compares to the original.

Which do you prefer?