Thursday, August 25, 2016

Color Play Friday - Evergreen State Fair

Hello and welcome to another Color Play Friday!

For those of you who may be new, Color Play Friday (CPF) is a fun weekly challenge hosted by Trina from In an Otter Life and Lorinda from Laurel, Poppy and Pine. Each week they provide one of their photographs as inspiration and then the CPF participants create a color palette and a fabric bundle based on the photo.

Here is this week's photo.


I don't know about you, but all I can think of when I look at that photo is cotton candy. 

Forgetting my sweet tooth for a minute, here is what I came up with this time.



There is so much fun color in this photo. Sometimes that can be a blessing, but this time it was a curse. I found myself all over the place with color. I pulled so many colors that I was able to create several palettes, all with a different feel. I ended up choosing this palette because I thought it best represented the fun, playfulness of the fair. I started with the colorful Go Go London print by Pat Bravo. From there it was just a matter of finding the right coordinates. 

What's your favorite ride at the fair? Ferris wheel? Bumper Cars? Fun House? I'm a Tilt-a-Whirl girl through and through. ;)

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I shopped at Hawthorne Threads again this week.







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Be sure to check out the other Color Play Friday participants!

Hosts:

Players:
Jennifer on Flickr
and 


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If you are interested in playing along, please check out the hosts' pages for more info. You can click on either of the CPF buttons on my sidebar.

See my past CPF entries by clicking the Color Play Friday tab in my menu bar!

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Until next time!
- Sarah

4 comments:

  1. What a beautiful palette and bundle, Sarah! I love how the colors aren't quite pastels. Very, very nice!

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  2. Thanks, Lorinda! I did get quite a few pastels in the beginning but it looked way too Easter-y! Lol.

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