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Orange is one of those colours that people are afraid to use in the home as we often see it in a more bright and saturated shade – in which case you have to be a lover to dare decorating with it. However, the softer pastel shades of orange are less dizzying and can bring in all the warmth in which it is celebrated for but without being too bold or shocking! Take a look at some of the ideas below for how to use a softer shade of this hue in a warm and laid-back environment.

Our first look for today is like a traditional Mediterranean style bedroom where our soft orange takes to the walls in a tamed terracotta hue. When using orange in décor you may wish to use a wood flooring with a medium tone; this will have less contrast than a darker finish but for the purpose of the bedroom it can be easier on the eye and generally more 'relaxed'.

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Even as a pastel, orange can be a statement colour and might need to be domesticated with cream or white ceilings and woodwork. It can be difficult to work orange into a room with a lot of wooden furniture due to many woods having orange undertones – why not use other natural materials for your main furniture pieces such as a wrought iron poster bed and delicate side tables?

Furthermore, bronze looks fantastic with soft oranges and can be brought in with accessories and hardware such as curtain poles and sculptural pieces. If you have a reasonable size window and you like the idea of using pastel orange in a traditional style of décor then a window seat is a beautiful addition where you can add a selection of block colour cushions in soft terracotta to match the wallspillow case baby, a soft brown, coral and perhaps even a rich blue for that Mediterranean feel. Ground the space and keep your orange shade in good company with large area rugs in brown and/or beige, use anti slip matting if placing rugs on tiled floors.

For bedding, either take your brown as the dominant colour or use cream duvet cover sets for a lighter alternative – either way, dress your bed in cushions similar to those used by the window seat. Do use wall art and mirrors to break up the vastness of your orange and choose dark woods or bronze for contrast.

With all this talk of soft terracotta, we couldn't pass on some advice for using it in the kitchen – even when used within an essentially modern design, it can bring a touch of Southern Europe's warmer climes and country charm! In reality, the use of a pastel orange for painting cabinetry is very similar to using a light wood with orange undertone – it will end up looking light and airy yet warm and welcoming with walls painted white and butcher block counter tops. It will look good for longer if you use it with modern appliances in stainless steel and contemporary tab top voile curtains in a classic white.

These are instructions for an adorable kitty with a seperate dress. She was based on a character from an old old tale, the matchstick girl. I hope you enjoy this simple tutorial!The dress is removable, but I highly suggest you sew the neckline of the dress to the body's opening to prevent the dress from slipping. The pattern were inspired by japanese craftmenship.Note, this kitty lacks a tail but I'm sure your creativity can easily give her one ;)HEAD: CH 2 or Magic Ring (or you can start however you feel comfortable with for circular crocheting)1. SC x6; (6)2. INC x6; (12)3. (SC, INC) x6; (18)4. (SC x2, INC) x6; (24)5. for another 4 rows repeat step 4 with an additional SC before INC; (30, 36, 42, 48)6. SC in round, repeat x5; (48, 48, 48, 48, 48)7. (INVDEC, SC x6) x6; (42)8.?(INVDEC, SC x5) x6; (36)9.?(INVDEC, SC x4) x6; (30)10.?(INVDEC, SC x3) x6; (24)11. SL ST finish off and sew?BODY: CH 2 or Magic Ring (or you can start however you feel comfortable with for circular crocheting)1. SC x6; (6)2. INC x6; (12)3. (SC, INC) x6; (18)4. (SC x2, INC) x6; (24)5.?(SC x3, INC) x6; (30)6.?SC in round, repeat x2; (30, 30)7. (SC x8, INVDEC) x3; (27)8.?SC in round, repeat x2; (27, 27)9.?(SC x7, INVDEC) x3; (24)10.?SC in round, repeat x3; (24, 24, 24, 24)11. SL ST finish off and sewHAND x2:?CH 2 or Magic Ring (or you can start however you feel comfortable with for circular crocheting)1. SC x5; (5)2. INC x5; (10)3. SC in round, repeat x5; (10, 10, 10, 10, 10)4. SC x8, INVDEC; (9)5.?SC in round, repeat x3; (9, 9, 9)6.?SL ST finish off and sewFOOT x2: CH 2 or Magic Ring (or you can start however you feel comfortable with for circular crocheting)1. SC x6; (6)2. INC x6; (12)3. SC in round, repeat x5; (12, 12, 12, 12, 12)4. SC x10, INVDEC; (11)5. SC in round, repeat x3; (11, 11, 11)6.?SL ST finish off and sewEAR x2:?CH 2 or Magic Ring (or you can start however you feel comfortable with for circular crocheting)1. (SC x5), repeat x2; (5, 5)3. INC x5; (10)4. SC in round;(10)5. SL ST finish off and sewBASKET:?CH 2 or Magic Ring (or you can start however you feel comfortable with for circular crocheting)1. SC x6; (6)2. INC x6; (12)3. (SC, INC) x6; (18)4. (SC x2, INC) x6; (24)5. SC in round, repeat x4; (24, 24, 24, 24)6. (INVDEC, SC x5) x3; (18)7. SL ST finish off and sew8. for the handle: CH18DRESS:?begin the dress from top to bottom (aka. neckline to dress hem).1. SC x27; (27)2. (SC, INC) x13, SC; (40)3.?SC in round, repeat x4; (40, 40, 40, 40)4. (SC x3, INC) x10, SC; (50)5. SL ST finish off and sewCUFFS x2:?1. SC x10 in round, repeat x3; (10, 10, 10)2.?SL ST finish off and sew

?This project was met by hysterical laughs from my 18 year old daughter today when I told her to go get me some “fancy” stuff to put in the make up bag. ?“Mom, why do you know this song?” she asked in between gasps for air. ?Apparently I’m just REALLY old to her. But if you’ve turned on a radio at all this summer I’m sure you’ve heard this song playing over and over again. It’s one of those that gets stuck in your head all day… whether or not that’s a good thing who knows. I love playing around with printable fabric when I’m dreaming up new projects and I thought printing out the song lyrics to turn into a little make up clutch would be kinda fun. YEP, you can print on fabric. You just have to buy fabric sheets specifically designed for ink jet printers?at your local craft store. This project takes one sheet of printable fabric. I even added a little bit of lyrics to the back of the clutch… even though after I printed it I realized it’s the WRONG lyric… so don’t worry I’ve fixed it on the free printable… it now says “You already know”… although I think Iggy should consider changing it to “everyone” ?*wink* I mentioned it above, but just to be clear, YES this is a free printable. Just click on over to the templates page on my site to download it. To make the bag you’ll need – supply links below #afflinks:

My youngest Oliver is 15 months old and I don’t actually tote him around in a carrier anymore.? In fact, I never really did because I swear I have a dysfunctional back and need a replacement one. Ha! ;)? But, I know so many out there who do and love it.? And now I’m jealous I’m not carrying Oliver around much because I have seen so many ADORABLE Halloween costume ideas that incorporate wearing your baby in a carrier…..and would have totally done so this year for Halloween.? Except for the whole back thing.? Darn.

 


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