Posts Tagged ‘pink’

Color Inspirations – Summer Sunrise

Try out this warm and glowing Summer Sunrise color scheme on your embroidery designs.

Even though we were all about summer last week… well, we just don’t get enough of it around here in Minnesota. So I figured we might as well stay full into warm month celebrations with this Summer Sunrise color scheme. It’s warm colors all the way, mixing soft glowing pinks in with rusty oranges and reds. Pick a pink or an orange with a lot of saturation to let your design really shine with warmth. For an extra summery flair, stitch it on a bohemian tie dye fabric of similar colors. You could even dye the fabric yourself! See how it compares to the original.

Which do you prefer?

Color Inspirations – Moroccan Summer

Try this vibrant and sunny Moroccan Summer color scheme out on your embroidery designs.

Summer is well and truly here and it’s high time to take some bright and sunny inspiration from it! This week, go as summery as you can with this vibrant Moroccan Summer color scheme. Stitch a light stitching design on an airy, light colored fabric to really let the feel of summer shine through. Bright white and pops of summery floral hues complete the warm weather look. 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 – Morning Harvest

Try this cozy and comforting Morning Harvest color scheme out on your embroidery designs.

This week, go extra go warm and cozy with the Morning Harvest color scheme. A deep navy velvet sets of warm tones of reds and soft fading oranges. Pink adds that final touch of warmth, allowing the harmonious tones to let the complexity of the dimensional layers shine. It’s both rustically charming and contemporary in its colors. See how it compares to the original.

Which do you prefer?