Saturday, 3 May 2014

Week 170 Colour Challenge!

It's a new month which means a new sponsor and this month it's the amazing Clearly Besotted Stamps



For our colour challenge this month we have decided to give you a choice.
Either
Three Colours
or 
Three Shades of One Colour
You may use any combination of colours you wish!


Here I used some super dies from Cheery Lynn together with three shades of green Distress Ink.
I began with Shabby Shutters, then added Peeled Paint, followed finally by Forest Moss, all applied with individual sponge daubers.
The sentiment is from Polka Doodles and mounted on a Dienamics oval, pierced, Stax die cut. The larger oval was embossed with an embossing folder from Design Objectives.
I realised after making this that I had used last week's sketch yet again!
There is a three colour example on my personal blog, I love to see you there too!




Three shades of dotty cardstock cut with my Portrait, Stampin' Up sentiment, lines added with Pigma permanent pen.



I decided to use 3 different colours for my card this week, Smoky Slate, Daffodil Delight, and Bermuda Bay all from Stampin Up.  I used the bracket die and thanks word die from this months sponsor, Clearly Besotted! It's finished off with a couple of gems.

Thanks everyone who applied for the Design Team position. Making the decision from such tremendous applications is really difficult but a decision will be announced very soon!
WATCH THIS SPACE! 
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6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous cards as always ladies. Hopefully I will get my card submitted on Monday

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  2. Wow these are so inspiring x

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  3. hello ladies - amazing insipration as always.. hopefully mine is definitely on the 'less' side this week!
    Jan x

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  4. Lovely cards. You make it look so simple.

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  5. Beautiful CAS cards, not been here for a while due to commitments but managed a card.x

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  6. Beautiful inspiration! Thanks so much!!!

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