I am so excited to be featured on the Scrapbook News and Review Blog today for their Color Palette of the Week.
This week SNR is focusing on the color NAVY!
Navy is such a classic and versatile color. Just by what you pair it with, you can go masculine...feminine...sophisticated or fun!
Here is this week's color palette:
I have to admit..the quilt is not something I would ever have in my house...it's just not me. LOL!
But, when I saw this color palette, I INSTANTLY remember a collection by Teresa Collins called Now and Then.
To me, the collection was a muted, feminine version of the color palette I had to work with. The only thing missing was that golden/camel color at the beginning. So, I added a little My Mind's Eye Lost and Found hexagon paper and some Pink Paislee Wooden Letters painted gold.
Here's a quick tutorial on the flowers!
1) Cut your flowers from whatever die or punch you have available in 3-4 sizes. I used Tim Holtz's Tattered Flowers by Sizzix. The die has 4 different sizes on one block, so it made it super easy to cut a lot a one time.
2) Lightly spray your flowers with water and then scrunch them up.
3) Let them dry completely (hit them with a heat gun if you need to speed it up!)
4) Once they are completely dry, ink them if you want and layer them up! Plan out your flowers BEFORE gluing because you don't want to get to your last flower and realize you have 2 that are the same size or pattern.
5) I added 7Gypsies silver studs for my centers, but you can use buttons, crystals, stickers...what ever you have on hand.
I hope you enjoyed this quick little post! I can't wait to show you more of my Creative Life!