Hey Crafty People!
The important factor is allowing there to be plenty of white space around the colours; this allows the room needed to let each colour shine.
Today I am sharing what I am calling ‘a mature Rainbow card’, (it’s definitely a thing, yep.) It’s all in aid of Polychromatics!! I loved this class, there are several different colour based techniques taught in this class but the one I felt spoke to my very soul was RAINBOWS!
Well, technically, it was about how to add lots of different colours onto one design without having them overpower the senses. I gotta say, I love a good dose of colour so it was incredibly inspiring to work through techniques on how to make a design that packs a punch, but in a more sedate way.
Check out my Youtube video on Polychromatics!
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