Thursday, 20 September 2012

Mini Moodboards...




Pantone Postcards...


Last week I played around with some
 Pantone colour postcards.
 The behind the scenes peak is of my 
 vintage kitchen table from our lovely neighbours.
 It actually sits in front of our window in the bedroom...















































28 comments:

  1. Great idea! These are so fun and pretty. I really like what you did with the eggs and Pantone #3985. I also love how delicate the shells and warm Grey 2 shot feels.

    Nice work :)

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  2. these are stunning. I love the one with the onion. garlic. onion. and the feathers. great idea!!

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  3. So lovely to see you here again Petra. Thank you! :-)

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  4. Love the shot of the table and the way everything is laid out. Rusty keys against the deep blue is my favourite. x

    PS : sorry to hear about the designjunction photos - saw it on Tina's blog :(

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    1. Hi Geraldine! Thank you... Yes, I was a bit pleased with some of them too-- live and learn!! It's great hearing which shot people like best. Thanks for stopping by!xx

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  5. I absolutely love this! I had no idea you could buy these pantone cards, they seem like an avenue for great fun, in all of one's favourite colours :) You've really made them work for you, because your compositions bring so much to the picture beyond the beautifully selected Pantone colours.

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    1. Thank you so much Leonie! The cards are great-I really recommend them :-)

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  6. You have such a great eye Caroline! I love what you did, it must have been so much fun to do! My favourite is the Sauterne with the quail? egg and feathers - beautiful! Mel x

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    1. Thank you Mel! Yes, quail eggs! They've been hanging around so long-I hope they dont get broken as I didn't blow them first!! x

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  7. Caroline! Thought I'd drop my answers to your questions here. My camera is a compact Pentax (optio w60) which has a VERY good macro lens - but the focus is not so great when I want to take a detailed but wider shot (because it is only a compact). And the tabs below my header image - took me AGES to figure this out - go to 'design' in Blogger and then on the LHS click on 'pages'. Then create your static pages - in the 'show pages as' drop down menu you can choose where the pages are positioned (your template may determine this for you but you can play around and see where they end up). Hope that helps!

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  8. The colours are so vibrant – gorgeous colour combinations and beautiful styling as always! Very creative indeed!

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  9. Beautiful styling! I would love a poster of "Pantone Sauterne the egg and feather combination is fab! Have a great week xx

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    1. Thank you lovely-I must look at Instacanvas, talking of posters!! xx

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  10. Such a great idea.they are all fab, my favourite is 3985

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    1. Thanks so much Andri-and for stopping by! :-)

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  11. Ok, I am absolutely crazy about this idea! I loved them all so I struggled to pick a favourite but I can’t stop scrolling up to admire the last one!

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    1. Huge thank you Meghan! I've loved hearing everyone's favourites! I have some more for another post too!

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  12. OHH I love these Caroline - they are fab- pantone colors are FAB, so are these images:)
    Happy Monday to you - here it is freeeeezing.
    Axx

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  13. Hi Caroline,
    I have had a good look at your blog and I think it is lovely! I like your work very much. Thanks for stopping by my blog and your kind comment.
    xoxo Ingrid

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    1. Hi Ingrid! Thank you :-) Hope we get to meet at a blogger meet up soon! x

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  14. These are great Caroline!!!!
    Really super idea and it works so well with the pantone postcards.
    Brilliant!! Also love the first shot where we see the artist' work space:)
    xx

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    1. Thank you lovely. I'm getting in to the habit of doing behind the scenes shots as I find it so fascinating myself!!xx

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