Fashion!: Bright Primary Colors

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series Fashion!

Today, marks my first Fashion! post. Today’s trend is bright primary colors.

Here are a couple of bright primary (and pink) colors I found in the September 2011 issue of Vogue:


Here’s what I came up with:



Coming up with this layout was easy thanks to these photos I snapped last summer of my daughter helping with bright, colorful, veggies from my dad’s garden. I probably would have used the green paper even if it weren’t for this project. But because of this project, I wanted to be sure to include some other bright primary colors.



I had this piece of pattern paper that fit the bill and stamped my title using a royal blue ink. I had bought Inkadinkado Primary Pigment Ink especially for this project so that I could easily add some bright primary colors to any layout.



Do you ever use bright primary colors on your layouts? If yes, how? If no, why not? Join the conversation below by commenting!

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  • Danielle

    I love using bright colors on my layouts! I usually pull the color(s) from the photos I’m using.  Now this refers to my paper layouts and not so much digital pages which I tend to keep simple.  Fun page! Your daughter is adorable!

  • Thanks! I’m going to have to go through my layouts to see how often I use bright primaries. I don’t think I do very often. I know I used to…mainly when I was making pages about my own childhood schooling. I would use the school colors for a lot of school related pages and those colors were bright primaries. 

  • I used primary colors more often in my early days of scrapbooking and now I use them on some layouts about my son.  They are also great to use when making cards for kids.  

  • You know, I think I did, too. It seemed my daughter wore a wider variety of colors in her clothing a couple of years ago compared to today.