Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Color Throwdown #427

Hi, everyone!  It’s Lori and it’s my turn as hostess for this week’s Color Throwdown challenge.  The colors from this week's inspiration photo are mint green, pink, and aqua.  The colors are generic and it's fine if you want to add in other neutrals. 

Once you’ve finished your card or other paper crafting project using the colors, add a direct link to your creation using the linky tool at the bottom of the post.  And, don’t forget to use the keyword CTD427 if you upload your project to an online gallery. You can use the keywords #ctd427 and #colorthrowdown if you upload to any social media sites (yes, we're on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!).  All of the challenge "rules" are in the right sidebar in case you have any questions.

Before you head off to create, here’s some inspiration from our talented team to get you started.  I'm looking forward to seeing what you create with these fun colors!

Lori Tecler -  Inking Aloud

With Love card-designed by Lori Tecler/Inking Aloud-stamps and dies from Lil' Inker Designs

Wanda Cullen - Cullen-ary Creations

Barbara Anders - Paper Pursuits

Amy Rohl - Ink About Me

Broni Holcombe - Splashes of Watercolor

Lynn Put - The Queen's Scene

Jodi Collins - Stamping A Latte

Leigh Penner - To The Full - January Guest Designer

Vickie Zimmer- Smitten

Koren Wiskman, Guest Star Stamper - Celebrating Life One Card at a Time

Lisa Henke-My Little Creative Escape

Amy Rysavy - Prairie Paper & Ink



Stampingcountry said...

Wow, love the color combo this week!

Unknown said...

I am just loving the color throw down today. I have taken everything I can find in the colors to see what pretty things I can come up with this week.
You always inspire me. You come accross as just a regular person and I can relate.!
Thanks a bunch.

Emily Shroom said...

A lovely trio of colours used beautifully by the DT on their cards, perfect palette for my card!

Mac Mable said...

Such pretty colours and fabulous inspiration from the team. I decorated an envelope to join in instead of making a card...hope this is ok?