I’m excited to share this new printable with you guys. I’ve wanted to add the new Pantone color of the year: radiant orchid, in some way or another to our decor this year. After doing a little research, I have come up with some fun ways to bring it into your home. Did you know that March is National Craft Month? Pretty cool! For this post, I’ve teamed up with Jo-Ann Fabric And Craft Stores® to help make spring crafting easy during National Craft Month with a $5 off $25 or more coupon.
The definition for radiant is sending out light; shining or glowing brightly. Isn’t that neat?! In going along with the Pantone color of the year: radiant orchid, I needed to include those words somewhere, and that’s how this printable came about. Just like a gem stone sends out light, we do too in our own different ways.
In search of all things radiant orchid, I found these pretty rolls of organza at Jo-Ann in the under $3 bins. I love how they shimmer in the light, and how these three colors looked together.
Organza is a tricky material to work with, it doesn’t die cut well or hold it’s shape much, but it sure looks pretty. After a few craft fail attempts, I finally ended up wrapping a strip of the organza around this faux succulent. I love how the rustic concrete pot with the shimmery organza go together. This would be so pretty for a wedding centerpiece…only with a real succulent.
My recent thrift scores: this little brass curio case and a brass unicorn are styled with more of this pretty radiant orchid organza. I’m loving the natural textures with the pops of color. Spring green looks great with radiant orchid.
Old fashioned natural wood clothespins wrapped with strips of the shimmery organza in the three color variations add a nice neon meets neutral look.
The print looks great on it’s own or next to a bunch of color. Either way, it’s a fun way to enjoy two trends of 2014 – geometric shapes and the Pantone color of the year: Radiant Orchid.
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I’d love to know have you tried adding radiant orchid into your home decor or fashion yet?
*This post is sponsored by Jo-Ann Fabric And Craft Stores® as part of a National Craft Month campaign. All opinions shared are my own.