party decor - Chevron Soiree

Tags: party decor, chevron, zigzag, male, female, birthday, bachelor, bridal, versatile

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Monica Schafer
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comments from monica:

A fun chevron pattern adorns this versatile party decor.

tags:

party decor, chevron, zigzag, male, female, birthday, bachelor, bridal, versatile

colors shown:

sage green, grey, white, deep orange

fonts:

rockwell

design inspired by:

Triangular Bunting Banner

submitted on:

Aug 08 2012

Edited on:

Aug 19 2012

average score:

3.27

comments:

0

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party decor - Chevron Soiree by Monica Schafer

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Version 7 - submitted on Aug 17 2012 - hide

k e n s i e k a t e on Aug 19, 2012 at 5:49pm
k e n s i e k a t e
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Version 4 is my favorite. It is so bright and clean. I feel like the left banner in the current version greatly darkens the banner as a whole. I love the chevron. I think some dashed outlines that looked like stitching would match this feel.

Version 6 - submitted on Aug 17 2012 - no comments

Version 5 - submitted on Aug 16 2012 - hide

Stacey Meacham on Aug 16, 2012 at 5:28pm
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very cute. Love it. I know Mariam said no match, matchy but I still might like the new panel with the mint background rather than gold, or even a more mustard, maze yellow, more muted but still different. Just a thought. But I do really like the new pattern.

Stacey Meacham on Aug 16, 2012 at 5:28pm
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Or maybe a the zig zag is mint and the background color is a dark charcoal??

Version 4 - submitted on Aug 10 2012 - hide

Stacey Meacham on Aug 10, 2012 at 11:46am
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Lovely Monica. The changes look perfect. Love it so much. Good luck :)

Giselle Zimmerman on Aug 11, 2012 at 1:33pm
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Such awesome colors Monica ! That chevron is just so awesome :) I said awesome twice, I know ;)

Version 3 - submitted on Aug 09 2012 - hide

Stacey Meacham on Aug 10, 2012 at 5:53am
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ok, last comment. Maybe equal distance is too far. I think i'd bring up the letters and white portion of the flags so there is still more color showing at bottom but not quite as much as version 2. Maybe 3 or 4 nudges up. Then center the letters between the bottom of stitching and upper point of flag? Make sense. Sorry I am kind of rambling.

Version 2 - submitted on Aug 08 2012 - hide

Stacey Meacham on Aug 9, 2012 at 5:29am
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Oooh, I like the changes a lot. What do you think? What if you brought the flag indents down so they had an equal border all the way around or even a little less at the bottom if it's not equal then you could nudge the letters down. They feel a little high right now. But otherwise I would totally buy this. Love the simplicity and that it doesn't feel heavy handed at all :) Great job.

Version 1 - submitted on Aug 08 2012 - hide

Stacey Meacham on Aug 8, 2012 at 1:24pm
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I love this monica. Did you try the H is the same orange as the pattern and stitching and the A in the sage green. Might be even more compelling.