Thursday, February 12, 2015

The Digit-al Dozen Does: Pattern on Pattern - Sweater Weather

Today's Pattern on Pattern was an easy one to come up with.  I have been wanting to use my MoYou London Fashionista 02 plate since I bought it.  This is the plate with all the sweater patterns.  Seeing that the weather continues to be cold/snowy/icy I was inspired to create a sweater pattern.


My design started with a base of Coconut.

I added my sweater pattern using Almond.

My sweater accent pattern was applied using Pomegranate and Fashionista 07.  The reason my pinkie is a different color is because I wanted to use Mustard.  Once I applied it I realized that you really couldn't see the design.  I had to go darker.  My pinkie is what you get when you mix Mustard and Pomegranate.  It does create a neat accent.

Are you feeling warm and cozy?






16 comments:

  1. Looks great! The two sweater looking patterns are pretty.

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  2. this is so pretty! How do you always do this?? I love how your patterns don't clash at all!

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  3. You should've carried on with the mustard on all of them - the pinkie is the best!

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  4. Very pretty; love the double stamping.

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  5. This is such a pretty pattern! I both love and hate sweater weather! lol

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  6. Such a pretty look, I'm amazed by how well those patterns go together!

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  7. I like the pinkie accent! Those patterns do go great layered together!

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  8. that looks lovely and chunky and snuggly x

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  9. Love it! The subtle base pattern is like an added extra something!

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  10. I love these! Pretty layers of stamping!

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  11. I love these two stamps together. It's stamping perfection!

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  12. These are beautiful! I love how subtle your first stamp is, but it totally makes the manicure!

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  13. I actually really love Mustard and Pomegranate mixed together!

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