Posts Tagged ‘purple’

Color Inspirations – Holiday Luxe

Get a new twist on your Christmas embroidery designs with this Holiday Luxe color inspiration.

Get a new twist on Christmas with this Holiday Luxe color inspiration. You don’t have to ditch all the classic colors, but rotate them a bit on the color wheel and see what happens. Deep reds become plums. Bright greens get a bluish, teal cast. Keep your glitzy golds to finish it off. It adds a royal look to any holiday design! See how it compares to the original.

Which do you prefer?

Color Inspirations – Twilight City

Add some glowing tones to your embroidery designs with this City Twilight color inspiration.

The skies might be falling darker every day with the changing of the seasons, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find some inspiration in it. Find the beauty in the fading light with this Twilight City color inspiration. Deep, rich navy blues and hints of teal lets your pinks and purples glow brilliantly like a fading sunset. See how it compares to the original.

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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 – Royal Christmas

Try this unexpected but classy Royal Christmas color scheme out on your holiday embroidery designs.

In celebration of this week’s Christmas in July festivities, get classy with this Royal Christmas color scheme. If you’re tired of red and greens and nothing else for the holidays, try this festive scheme with a twist. Royal purples mix gorgeously with soft beige and golds, and give an unexpected but chic touch to Christmas designs.  See how it compares to the original.

Which do you prefer?