Friday, April 15, 2011

Color Cue {14} Challenge


Create a card, scrapbook page, digital layout, tag, whatever...just make sure to use the colors noted in the graphic above. This month we are using Turquoise/Aqua, Red, Kraft, and Brown. As always, white or cream is allowed for neutrality.

Create your project and post it to your blog or online photo gallery such as Flickr or SCS. Add a direct link to your project (not your homepage please) by clicking the "add your link" button below.


You have until May 7th at 10:59 pm EST to play along. You will know the deadline has passed when the link to add your project is no longer available.

Each Design Team member will be picking their personal favorites from the entries to feature here on the blog.

Ready for a little inspiration to get you started?

Dawn Woleslagle

I was surprised to see that many of us reached for Guiding Light for this color combo. I too, reached for it and paired it with Woodgrain Silhouettes and Guiding Light Sentiments.

Lea Lawson

Wow. What a gorgeous use of this color combo! I love the way Lea has nestled her sentiment in among all of that fantastic pattern. The use of the negative space from the Label Layers I die is a perfect frame for the sentiment and frame from the coordinating Filigreed Framesset.

Kerrianne Gwin

Kerrianne definitely brings on her girly girl in this little number. Love the way she's balanced the bold red cardinal from Flora & Fauna I with the collage of goodies at the top.

Jinny Newlin

I am so jealous of Jinny's sewing skills! Notice the way she has made the sentiment from A Special Lady take center stage by using a plain panel in contrast of all the patterns. Your eye is immediately drawn to it.

Elise Durenberger

Whether my day is awesome or not...this card is most certainly AWESOME! Elise has taken So 80's to a whole new level with this fun little number. I am especially diggin' her use of the All Occasion Label die.

Savitri Wilder

I seriously always love stopping by Savitri's blog. And this card is no exception. Just look at the clever way she's paired her sentiments from Guiding Light Sentiments. Even though it's a lot of text, by using two different colors she's managed to break it up and make it seem right at home.

Hannah Craner

Ha! Reading Hannah's commentary on this card made me chuckle, boy does it hit close to home. I love that she left it crooked and didn't Photoshop it straight. She has created the perfect little nook for her sentiment using the gardenias from Ever After.

Paulina Nakamura

I am so lucky to have Paulina joining us as a guest designer this month. She always does the most amazing work with Wplus9 Stamps. I am seriously itching to recreate her background using Woodgrain Silhouettes Additions. And her polka dot!

Now it's your turn. Can't wait to see what you come up with!


  1. LOVE your background stamping, girl! And that bit of twine, laced through your button, is the absolute perfect finishing touch!

  2. Lovely work again, ladies! I'm loving the inspiration that I find here... thank you!

  3. Finally found the courage to join in. A very simple card, but still fun!

  4. Oh! I just missed your challenge!!
    However, here is my link if you would like to have a look...


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