Working with a bright spring palette can be intimidating for even the most experienced artists because it is not an easy task. Why? People believe that a wide range of color palettes will look great on them, but what you may not realize is that many of those colors can lead you down a dangerous path.
Is spring a warm or cool tone?
I’m sure you haven’t seen it in its full potential with the gracious natural-tones and floral graphics. Spring’s best colors, in my opinion, are those with warmer tones, such as green, yellow, peach, tan, and so on. I’ve already created a couple of lovely invitations, both with lovely spring tones and bright floral graphics.
The entire design resulted in a stunningly beautiful visual. I know it seems strange to combine those elements with random shapes, but the more you look at it, the more you are captivated by its beauty, especially the enchanting stargazer lily and huckle/coralberry!
The main layer of this collection also came up with truly aesthetic blush-toned brushstrokes, as I tried to capture the natural looks and combine it with the modern, gorgeous asymmetric frame-design. Once I cleared that stage, I moved on to thing that makes everything much better.
Can’t wait to have this stunning template? You can download it for free though! Take a look at this following instructions,
- Click the provided link above (it says “Download Free Editable PDF … Here”)
- You will be directed to a Google Drive Page and now you can download the file by clicking the download button or drop-down arrow (Almost on the top right of your display)
- Tap “Enter” to start the download process.
- Edit the file using Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader or any PDF editor.
- Find some information related to “Printing Paper”, which one is the best for you, that suit your need as well as your current budget.
- Mostly, people are using either “Card-stock” or “Velum” paper, and it weight around 80-100 lbs.