Saturday, 3 December 2016

Challenge #305 - Primary Colours

Good morning LIMettes and a very Happy December to you all!
Crikey ... that means we are on the home straight for you know what!

So sit back, grab a brew and read on to see what's in store for 
you from Less is More today!

The first challenge of the month means we've our sponsor to announce
for the month and we are delighted to welcome back Uniko

Uniko

... what's more Bev, the super talented designer and owner of Uniko is
one of our 2 Guest Designers for this week along with our October winner


Do pop along to visit their blogs this week and leave them some love, you certainly
won't be disappointed as they create superb, inspiring designs with their goodies!

Let's get down to the challenge and as always the first one of the month is our
Colour Challenge and we'd like you to use one or more

Primary Colours


Starting with inspiration from our wonderful Guest Designers and the Design team.






We hope you enjoy this one; you can use primary colours
for Christmas cards so no excuses not to play along! 

As always please keep your designs Clean and Simple with lots of 'white / blank space' and do check our Challenge Guidelines at the top right of the blog along with our page 'How to Play'.

We hope you feel inspired to play along and have some fun.

Don't forget to check our Facebook Page slideshows, throughout the week HERE especially on Wednesday, when we showcase our random selection of early entries to the challenge and Fridays, when we'll be revealing our favourites from the previous week's challenge.

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5 comments:

  1. What a great challenge again this week. I love those bright primairy colors, so it was not to difficult for me to think what I should make with it. Have a nice weekend, Ankie

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  2. Sorry, I found 2 category of primary colours: red, green, blue or cyan, magenta, yellow. Mean You the 3 red, green, blue? (RGB or CMYK color model)

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    1. The primary colours we are referring to in the challenge are red, yellow and blue. We'd like to see one or more of these colours on your projects this week. Many thanks

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  4. Fab challenge again this week and awrsome inspiration! xxx

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