February 8, 2012

The Blue and the Gray

... ok, and some green and white too.

I'm working on a custom order for Etsy and think I finally have the colors figured out. We bantered back and forth about what she wanted and I gave her my input, and I think we've finally come to an acceptable color scheme, giving the customer what she wants while making it a little easier for me to look at while working on it (I didn't like the choices at all).



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I'm using Navy, dark sage, light gray and white for this one and it's coming out much better than I thought, and I think the gray/white/gray strip between the two darker colors is making a big difference.

Still not crazy about the color choices, but feeling a lot better about it after playing with a number of various ways of putting them together.  It's what she wants, though, so as long as she's happy, I'm happy.   It should only take me another few days to finish this one, then I'll post pics of it along with the one I promised you last week.

Oooh, almost forgot.  I'll be hosting a giveaway here in the next day or two, so make sure to come back to get your entries in!




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1 comment:

Marsha Cooper said...

I think the colors look great together. Congrats on the custom order.