Playing with Colour Challenges

Today I had to make some thank-you cards anddecided to be inspired by some colour challenges. I also decided to keep the designs the same using a new stamp from MFT called ‘Radiating Halftone’ clear embossed and the sponged in a single colour gradient. I used some pre-coloured critters from my stash and sentiments from the Ton.

First is a card for Shopping our Stash #428.

This card is for a work colleague who went above and beyond to get a task completed despite many obstacles.

Next is a card for TGIF Challenges #280.

This card is for my hubby for all the work he’s been doing around the house lately getting ready for Spring.

Next is a card for Daring Card Makers and Fab Fridays #196.

This card is for another work colleague who worked tirelessly to get a n e-learning module deployed.

Lastly is a card for CAS Colours & Sketches #386.

This card is for a third work colleague who moed all sorts of blockers to help get a project completed.

Well that’s it for today. I now need to write the insides of these cards and get them into the mail. Thanks for stopping by for a look. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

20 thoughts on “Playing with Colour Challenges”

  1. Isn’t amazing how a change of colour can make a difference. Love the way you have done the main design and made each one so special with different colours and images. Great work Tristan.

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  2. You really outdid yourself with the challenges. Love how similar designs take on their own look in different colors schemes. Thanks so much for adding CC&S to your list. We appreciate you playing with us!

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  3. Great job! The pattern used in the background is great, perfect for representing the mostly hectic situations everyone seemed to be overcoming – not sure if yard work is relaxing or hectic for your awesome hubby. Its always so fun to see how 1 layout can look so different with a simple re-orientation. Thanks so much for joining us this week at CC&S.

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