Posts Tagged ‘color’

Color Inspirations – Vivid Ruination

Capture some of the brilliance shining out of times past with this Vivid Ruination color inspiration.

There is a splendor in old things, even if their once glorious state is in decay. Capture some of that brilliance shining out of times past with this Vivid Ruination color inspiration. Blue-greens transition subtly across a mottled tan, contrasting the bright against the ruin. See how it compares to the original.

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Color Inspirations – Phantasma

Give your embroidery designs a spooky glow with this Phantasma color inspiration!

Get into the spooky season a little early with this Phantasma color inspiration! Halloween and haunting designs don’t always need to be black and orange. Go a little more ghostly with fading tones of glowing green and bright blue atop a deep, dark fabric. Stitch the top in white for an ethereal effect, or even better, stitch the white in glow thread! You’re sure to get a spooky effect with your designs even when the lights go out. See how it compares to the original.

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Color Inspirations – Eggshell & Dusk

Go a little vintage in your crafting with this Eggshell & Dusk color inspiration.

Go a little vintage this week with this Eggshell & Dusk color inspiration! Dark and dusty colors get an unexpected yet subtle uplift with a few shades of eggshell blue. Add a little warmth into your dusty grays for a chic color scheme that’s elegant and classic. See how it compares to the original.

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Color Inspirations – Christmas Pop

This Christmas Pop color inspiration lets your festive designs have as much personality as you do.

Our Christmas in July week continues with a fun holiday color inspiration! Bring some fun pop to your Christmas designs this season with bright and bold pinks, and saturated greens on a luxe gold background. This Christmas Pop color scheme lets your festive season have as much personality as you do! See how it compares to the original.

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Color Inspirations – Vintage Rose

Sometimes you just have to go classic, like in this Vintage Rose color inspiration for your embroidery designs.

Sometimes you just have to go classic, like in this Vintage Rose color inspiration. With roses, there’s nothing quite like soft pink on a delicate tan background. Think vintage photos and warm, worn tones. The beauty of age can add class to any color scheme! See how it compares to the original.

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Color Inspirations – Turquoise Waters

Full color palettes are great, but there can be a lot of depth to exploring just one hue, like in this Turquoise Waters color inspiration

Skip the rainbow and find one color that speaks to you! Full palettes are fun, but there can be a lot of depth to exploring just one hue, like in this Turquoise Waters color inspiration. Find the beauty in watery blues with just one neutral accent like brown to bring the scheme to life. It’s also a simple way of bringing multiple designs with competing palettes together for one project. See how it compares to the original.

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Color Inspirations – Fading Light

Subtle and bright at the same time, you can find beauty in a super saturated background and a soft matching ombre in this Fading Light color inspiration.

Subtle and bright at the same time, you can find beauty in a super-saturated gradient background paired with a soft matching ombre, inspired by the hues of the fading light. Your colors don’t always have to be in stark contrast to your fabric! Try this color scheme out on your favorite ombre designs. See how it compares to the original.

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