Apologies that this is a bit lot. So much has happened that it sadly got popped to one side.
Some stunning creations have been sent through though – fancy taking a look?
As ever, first up are your creations.
Judy Del Perugia
Judy says, “Well!……….. when I saw the colours of this month’s challenge my heart sank as I don’t usually gravitate towards the ‘hot’ spectrum but hey ho I persevered and came up with no less than 3 projects:
John says, “For someone that didn’t like the colours you have really excelled and created some awesome projects Judy! Hoping that October’s colours will be more to your liking.”
Laura says, “Hi! I found your blog nearly a year ago when googling ideas for my new Inkadinkado stamping gear sets (I snagged two sets — one square, one oval — on clearance at Michael’s for 80% off!!).
So, I have been following you ever since. This month it just so happened that your color (<—- no U, ah ha, I am American and live in Virginia) challenge includes the very same colors I was planning to use for a birthday card for an uncle.
I’d love to share the card with you.”
John says, “Welcome! Wow, what a bargain! Very excited that these creations have been shared all the way from Virginia, USA! They are very stunning and I am sure that your uncle will love the creation that you sent him.
Consider your card shared with me, and the rest of the world!”
Lola says, “Hello John, attached is my “entry” into your Colour Challenge for September – Barn Door, Spiced Marmalade and Mustard Seed.
John says, “I was over the moon that someone from the USA had submitted a design but now I have Australia in the same blog post too – it’s just too exciting! Anyway, just wanted to say that I love the juxtaposition between old and new in this design – very effective!
Be my guest and share these blog posts with all and everyone – the more the merrier!”
Penny says, “Here is my submission for the monthly colour challenge.
I have used the three colours stated – barn door, spiced marmalade and mustard seed. I used my acrylic block to stamp the colours onto some photo paper. I did this twice so I could add a die cut butterfly. A sentiment was stamped onto the image and all added to a small card. The colours come out just stunning on photo paper.
Hope you like it.”
John says, “I love it Penny! The colours really do have an intensity I’ve not seen before – what a fantastic idea! Such a wonderful sentiment too.”
Want to see a couple that I made? Well, sadly I didn’t get chance to have a play this month.
Bit silly when you can’t even take part in your own challenge isn’t it?! Sheesh.
Ah well, I will just have to pull my finger out for next time.
Hopefully the stunning creations above will be enough to satiate your creative appetite this time around – they should because they are amazing!
Thanks for the catch up and I’ll see you again soon.