Tag Archives: plaid

Fashion Patterns Vintage

{Color Palette} Clad In Plaid And Tie


This adorable photoshoot inspired by Fantastic Mr. Fox is putting me in the mood for more plaid. Her awesome jacket is also reminding me of this jacket. This is also the perfect outfit for Halloween!

Are you a plaid fan?

Color Fashion Patterns

{Color Palette} Sequinned Plaid


Photo of Clarabelle

Who knew sequins could look so chic with plaid! PS: For being MIA this weekend/Monday! It was my birthday Saturday and we celebrated all weekend. It was tons of fun!

What’s your favorite unlikely combo?

Color Fashion Home Decor Photography Vintage

{Color Palette} The 10 Best Of Year One

Being a lover of color, it’s always fun to draw a {Color Palette} from photographs and artists that inspire me. These have helped me so much when I’m coming up with Freebie Friday posts and even in my own doodling. I’m never without a beautiful palette for my next project.

Here is a roundup of the favorites for you and me in year one of Daydream In Color.

1. Bubble Bead Ribbon Necklaces

2. Popping Up Poppies

3. Flower Chikara

4. A Geisha’s Kimono

5. Jill Stuart SS2012 Collection

6. Seoul Fashion Week 2011

7. Miss Dior Cherie

8. Vintage Cars & Plaid

9. Balloon Girl in Misty Forest

10. Pink Flowers Set for Company

What was your favorite Color Palette post?

Color Design DIY Patterns Printables

{Freebie Friday} Blue & White Plaid Labels

Inspired by yesterday’s Daydream In Blue & White post and in the midst of trying to organize everything in my apartment, I thought labels were perfect for today’s freebie. These would be perfect for labelling your never ending boxes of craft supplies (yes, this is in reference to myself) or as gift tags or even as little place cards for your party guests or food. As shown in the finds yesterday, they can be played up as both classic and country style and hopefully you’ll find a shade that fits your fancy!


  • Cardstock or label stock
  • Template
  • Scissors or paper cutter
  • Adhesive (if using as a label on cardstock), hole punch and string (if using as a tag)


  1. Choose your template and click to open the file.
  2. Print on cardstock or label stock depending on your use.
  3. Use scissors or a paper cutter to cut along the black lines.
  4. Write whatever your heart desires on the blank area of each label.


  • To use as a label, print on label stock. If you don’t have label stock, print on cardstock and use adhesive.

  • To make into a tag, punch a hole on the plaid part of the label and tie it onto something with string, twine, yarn, or ribbon.
  • To use as a place card for your guests or food, cut out two adjacent labels leaving the long black line edge in the middle in tact. Fold along that middle black line to make a tent place card.






This week we’ve:

How do you organize your supplies and rooms? Do you use labels?

DIY Paper Patterns Printables

{Freebie Friday} Father’s Day Bow Tie Cards

Yay for Friday! If you’ve read this blog long enough, you’ll know my love of bows & my love of plaid. This week, Katrina of Pugly Pixel shared with everyone an awesome online Tartan Maker tool! Along with the resource, she provided 45 bits & pieces as well as 50 seamless patterns for everyone! Click the image below to go to her post.

I’ve used her orange plaids to make the printable Father’s Day cards for today. Hope you enjoy!


  • Template
  • Card stock
  • Scissors
  • Optional: envelope


  1. Click the card you’d like to open.
  2. Print on cardstock.
  3. Cut along the lines.
  4. Fold at the halfway point.

Dad Day Cards – Diag Plaid

Dad Day Cards – Straight Plaid

This week we’ve:

What are your plans for Father’s Day?

Color Fashion Photography Vintage

{Color Palette} Vintage Cars and Plaid

By Pitipua Vintage via Fly

Color DIY Fashion Paper Patterns Printables

{Freebie Friday} Mad About Plaid Floral Note Cards

It’s finally the weekend and I can finally take a breather before I have to work through the next two weekends. Boo! I’m sure many of you are tuning in to the royal wedding today. For those of you that aren’t, you can look to this post to make your own little stash of note cards for those last minute situations. You know the ones I mean! “Oh, you got me a present? How unexpected!”

A lot of you loved the plaid jacket from this color palette post with a picture from Seoul Fashion Week 2011 by StreetFsn. I thought I’d make it into a note card for ya’ll that wished they could own that very awesome jacket. With the help of the free tea roses through a collaboration of Katrina of Pugly Pixel & The Gilded Bee, I also have a floral version that matches the photo.


  • Template
  • Card stock
  • Scissors
  • Optional: envelopes


  1. Click the one you fancy to open.
  2. Print them out on cardstock.
  3. Cut along the solid lines/edge and fold the cards halfway.
  4. If you print and cut out a bunch, you can pair them with envelopes and tie with a ribbon to make a cute note card gift set for a friend. No one can be with too much stationery.


Daydream In Color – Plaid Cards Blank

Daydream In Color – Plaid Cards Hello

Daydream In Color – Plaid Cards Thanks

Daydream In Color – Plaid Floral Cards Blank

Daydream In Color – Plaid Floral Cards Hello

Daydream In Color – Plaid Floral Cards Thanks

This week we’ve:

Tell me what you think? Do you love plaid and colors?

Color Fashion Photography

{Color Palette} Seoul Fashion Week 2011

The vibrancy of color is unbelievable.

Via B is for Bonnie By StreetFsn