These are fun to look at, right? I apparently do a lot of redesigning even though I claim each theme to be the last theme ever. My themes usually reflect my current aesthetic, but it changes a lot hence all the switching up.
Previous themes are listed in reverse chronological order.
Originally a child theme of Papergreen Remix, Fleur Rose became a full-blown theme with sticky meta boxes and a delicate color scheme. This theme remains to be one of my favorites.
The full, fun name is Papergreen (DJ to the Cutesiness Remix feat Bones and Sass). This theme was intended to be just a tweak of Papergreen, hence the “remix.” I decided to scrap nearly everything with only the fonts and colors remaining.
A one-column theme with fresh greens and reds. I loved this color pairing so much, they made it in the next theme. The original body font was Quattrocento, but I changed it to Libre Baskerville after the Chrome 37 update’s font rendering made it harder to read on Windows.
My first theme after my blog’s relaunch. I wanted high contrast with lots of colors. I really liked the bubble header and subtle fade-in texture in my entries section. The footer was red and orange for even more contrast.