Want an idea that will help you pick out your colors and papers more quickly and easily?
How about an easy method to help you match patterned papers from different lines so you can use your scraps and get more out of what you’ve bought?
It’s super easy to mix and match papers when you go with a monochromatic scheme because when you pick just one color — blue-green for example — and then you can use lots of different versions of it from lots of different lines, including your leftovers. Light or dark, bluer or greener, warmer or cooler; most all versions of a color will play nicely together in a color palette.
But it doesn’t have to stop there…
A Cheater’s System for Mixing Papers with Lots of Different Colors
I have a little cheat for how you can create a palette packed with lots of different colors. It’s a system that uses monochromatic color schemes as starters to make it very simple to create a varied color palette that looks complex.
This week I’m sharing this system in a video tutorial that goes way beyond the basics of monochromatic color. In this tutorial I share…
- the mood that monochromatic color evokes so you can use it to better tell your stories
- how to change the mood when you want monochromatic color but not the tone or feeling that monochromatic color naturally creates
- which versions of color will NOT go well together
- how you can use monochromatic color schemes to mix and match supplies from all types of lines, old and new
- how to use monochromatic color as a starer to more easily create a color palette with lots of different colors
Paperclipping Members will find this video tutorial in the Member’s Area and on iTunes.
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Hopefully this episode will help you use a lot more of your products, match your mood to your story, and mix your patterned papers a lot more quickly!