Posts Tagged ‘tree’

Color Inspirations – Spooky Sunset

Use the simple but eerie effect of sunset and shadows on your next project with this Spooky Sunset color inspiration.via pinterest

October is here! It’s just too hard to resist doing some fun spooky color inspirations for the season. This week, use the simple effect of sunset and shadows. An all-black design will look decadently spooky on a sunset hued fabric, without losing the chance to add bold color to your project! See how it compares to the original.

Which to you prefer?

Color Inspirations – Sterling Christmas

Find a new and elegant color palette for your holiday embroidery designs with this Sterling Christmas color inspiration.

This week, try a new take on Christmas. Bright and bold reds and greens are always a classic, but sometimes something different can add a new and unexpectedly elegant look to the season. Silver and gold tones bring an understated and refreshing new take on Christmas designs, and reflect the cool and calming colors of the natural season. Try it with metallics for an even more luxurious feel. See how it compares to the original.

Which do you prefer?

Crafting In White

I’m not sure if it’s because we just got a whole white wash of snow here in Minnesota, or because bright whites make me long for spring, but I am totally smitten with pale threads in crafting of late. Have a peek, won’t you?

                                                                                                                Waltraud Janzen

                                                                                                                       Karine Jollet

                                                                                                                         Sweet Paul


                                                                                                                Cake Eaters Etsy

                                                                                                            Christina Chalmers

                                                                                                                             Karine Jollet

I think the thing I love about crafting in white the most is that it makes everything about the texture, the shadow. You can see each thread, each stitch. It makes it somehow beautifully simple and pure, no matter what the medium or subject.

Looking to refresh your crafting? Try it all in white. Winter, spring, or in between, it will work for any season.