Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Ivory Winter Seasonal Color Palette Two Colors

Mission:  Bead Colors That Look Good Together

For two color bead design schemes, you usually have one main color bead and a second bead color that compliments your main color.  These seasonal color combinations have been created with the main color as a large block and the secondary color as a smaller block so it is easy to see how they will look together in both small and large patterns.  Since color choice is a matter of preference, deciding on bead design colors that look good together is really up to you.  Click on the palette image to make it larger, then step back from your screen to see how the two colors look from a distance.

The following bead design color swatches are paired from colors in my Winter Basic Seasonal Color Palette with ivory as the primary color.

Primary Bead Color:  Ivory

Winter Seasonal Color Palette Two Bead Colors
Ivory with Black Two Color Bead Palette

Winter Seasonal Color Palette Two Bead Colors
Ivory with Brown Two Color Bead Palette

Winter Seasonal Color Palette Two Bead Colors
Ivory with Burgundy Two Color Bead Palette

Winter Seasonal Color Palette Two Bead Colors
Ivory with Dark Green Two Color Bead Palette

Winter Seasonal Color Palette Two Bead Colors
Ivory with Dark Lilac Two Color Bead Palette

Winter Seasonal Color Palette Two Bead Colors
Ivory with Dark Turquoise Two Color Bead Palette

Winter Seasonal Color Palette Two Bead Colors
Ivory with Grey Two Color Bead Palette

Winter Seasonal Color Palette Two Bead Colors
Ivory with White Two Color Bead Palette

Explore more bead color combinations from the Winter Palette and other Basic Seasonal Bead Palettes by clicking the link below:



Basic Seasonal Winter Bead Color Palette Design


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