June’s Color Of the Month: Classic Blue

For our June Color of the Month, we chose Classic Blue as our feature. This timeless hue is perfect for long summer days, sailboat parties and staying cool in the heat!
Leatrice Eiseman, the Executive Director at the Pantone Color Institute® describes Classic Blue as, “Reliable and thoughtful, PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue inspires calm, confidence and harmony. Serving as an anchor to the Spring/Summer 2015 palette, Classic Blue is a shade that is strong and reliable. Just as with the sea, because of its waterborne qualities, this Classic Blue is perceived as thoughtful and introspective.”
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 16-1328 Sandstone PANTONE 18-1438 Marsala
designers using classic blue

Here are some ways designers, artists, and fashionistas are using Classic Blue:

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Our Inspiration Gallery has a great selection of designs that feature cool Classic Blue! Check out a few of my favorite designs below and how we incorporated Classic Blue into them!

GA4767Classic In Blue Bracelet

GA3026Sweet On Blue Necklace

GA3149Faded Denim Bracelet

GA3594Just Hanging Out Earrings

GA3599Fade Bracelet

GA3605Ship Shape Earrings

GA3925Blue Streak Necklace

GA4123Morning Glory Bracelet

GA4255In The Navy Bracelets

GA5017Silver Star Bracelet

What would you make in Classic Blue? We would love to see! You’re invited to post pictures of your designs on our Facebook Timeline or Instagram, using #fusionbeadscolorchallenge to tag your photo!

For even more color inspiration, take a look back at the past month’s colors! In January we were inspired by the color of the year, Marsala. In February we fell in love with Strawberry Ice. March was filled with icy Aquamarine. In April we were inspired by buttery yellow Custard and Lucite® Green kept us inspired in May. Keep following along throughout the year to see the other colors we choose!

Happy Beading!

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