Hello everyone, I wanted to share a quick design I put together today; letting my creative juices flow to see where they would take me. I took inspiration from my earlier Instagram post of the lovely gold glitter cat shoe in the window of Selfridges. I created the heart and sat it on a green background – green being my favourite colour of course! There are many colour ways I could use to re-create this design, which would make for a great iPhone wallpaper…
Wishing you all a very merry Christmas, one that’s filled with laughter and cheer, eating a little too much, but most importantly spending time with family and friends xx
Following on from 2013’s colour of the year, Emerald Green, Pantone have just released their Colour of the Year for 2014: PANTONE 18-3224 Radiant Orchid. A beautiful rich mix of fuchsia, purple and pink tones, which inspire creativity, originality and feelings of joy. Radiant Orchid can already be seen within the fashion and cosmetics world, and is a great accent colour to any interior design or space. This is definitely a colour to use in 2014.
Bright hues of radiant orchid add a modern twist to paintings and patterns.
Purple tones found in delicate flowers, lavender sugar and orchid details.
Radiant orchid tones contrast with a rich mix of oranges, golds and greens, making this a very versatile colour.
Find out more about Pantone’s Colour of the Year here.
Over the past few weeks I’ve been busy capturing a variety of subjects in my photography challenge, it’s been quite fun and hard to choose the best photo’s to show you. After a lot of deliberation I picked out the most varied of photo’s to share with you. But fear not, the rest of my photos that didn’t make this weeks edit can be found over on my Instagram page.
The weekend is upon us and for many its the start of the Christmas holidays! Have you been naughty or nice? Will Santa bring everything you ask for? I guess you’ll have to wait until Wednesday to find out.
Happy weekend xx
Read more about Elf on the Shelf here.
I really love 1940s and 1950s vintage Christmas illustrations, I think they capture the spirit of Christmas beautifully. Their whimsical kitsch colours evoke an Americana feel, that transports you right back to the 1940s and 50s era. There is a sense of warmth within the illustrations and you can’t help feeling excited about Christmas.