To make the best paper flowers you can, understanding the fundamentals is key. Think about choosing the right weight of crepe paper. One aspect that often gets overlooked is color theory.
Picking the right colors becomes particularly important when using color implements on colored crepe, or when you start to arrange your blooms and foliage together.
There are endless color possibilities and combinations, as well as personal tastes and trends to account for. So where do you begin? Understanding color theory can give you the fundamentals you need.
If you feel a little lost when it comes to color theory, look no further. Here is your guide to understanding basic color theory.
What Is Color Theory?
Color theory combines the best of art and science to give us a basic set of principles when it comes to colors. This helps us know how colors relate to one another, how they mix, and how they will look together.
Let’s go over some of the most important aspects of...
Do you know what the next big thing in paper flowers is? We won’t keep you waiting. We’ve noticed a trend in our industry: an explosion of color. Paper florists are getting bolder and more unique with every bloom they create by using more colors. You won’t want to miss out on how you can make your paper flowers more distinctive with this fun trend.
Now more than ever, there are many, many ways to alter the color of your crepe paper. You can go big and bold and send the color in a completely different direction with multiple layers of Design Master. Or you keep things more subtle with sheer watercolors or touches of PanPastel. And you can combine more than one option. The options really are limitless, which makes this trend so exciting!
So what are some of our favorite ways to shift colors and add color details? Let’s explore!
And we have exciting news! Quynh is collaborating with expert watercolorist Sarah Simon of The Mint Gardener...