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Friday, 8 June 2018

Week 23 Anything Goes Colouring Challenge - Sponsored by Scrap N Dipity

Good morning and welcome to The Colour Crazy Challenge blog!

Our weekly challenge theme is always Anything Goes

You can use any colouring medium you like, onto any project you like, and in any colours you like.
Please note, we are a colouring challenge and therefore you must display some colouring on your project - I'm sorry but we don't accept pre-coloured images.

This week we are very kindly sponsored by Scrap N Dipity


Our sponsor is very generously giving the winner of this challenge the prize of three single images from their store.

Remember you need to claim your prize within 2 weeks as per the rules in the sidebar. Also please allow a few weeks for the sponsor to get back to you with any prizes. I'm sure you can appreciate that they are very busy.

Also don't forget we are also always looking for people to guest spot on our DT. So if you would like to be considered as a GDT, after your name on your entry add the letters GDT.

So let's get onto to what the team have made this week.  A warm welcome to Billie who is joining us as a Guest Designer for the next three months!

Ruth:  I've used this fab image called Fenna:  My New Glasses.  I've coloured her with Promarkers and layered her onto a kraft card blank.  The flowers are from a very old Polkadoodles cd - Sugar Birdies as I found lots of old papers in my stash and these had been printed onto thin card and also vellum so I've layered them up and added a black button to each centre.


Hello, Mary here.The image I am using is Fenna: My New Glasses. I used paper from my stash to create the background. I coloured and fussy cut the image. I added a band of pink ribbon down the side and added a heart shape die cut using kraft card, sequins and a sentiment. I have used Spectrum Noir pens. TN4, FS8, FS5 For the skin. TN4, TN8 FS5,  For the hair. BP7 BP5, BP2  for the neckware .BT9, BT4 for the eyes. White spectrum Noir Pencil for the glass in the glasses.


Billie A - Guest designer .. I am using the image called Fantasy spring fairy I fussy cute the image out after I colored her with copics. I then added some glitter to her wings, dress and basket. I used Simon Says scallop die for the grounding piece and then Concord and 9th sentiment.


Jane S - I have used the gorgeous Fenna: My New Glasses and created a mixed media piece. The background is a mixture of texture paste, metallic paints and seed beads. I coloured Fenna with Copics.

Hi! Hanna here. I have used the image Easter Fairy. I have coloured her with Distress Inks. A princess dress like that deserves a lot of sparkle. :)


Shell here to share my latest creation with you. I have used the gorgeous 'Fenna My new Glasses' image from Scrap n Dipity. I have coloured her using Promarkers/Flexmarkers along with my Faber-Castell polychromo pencils. For the background I embossed a piece of Adorable Scorable by Hunky Dory. I then coloured using a stencil brush & 'spun sugar' distress ink by Tim Holtz. After fussy cutting her out & added some turquoise card behind & a flourish by Crafters Companion & a sentient from Whimsy. Full details on colours I used & more details on the stash I used please pop over to my blog The Camels Hump


Just fabulous as always ladies.

Our winners from week 20 sponsored by Crafty Sentiments are:
Random winner chosen by random.org is

#65 N-Eva

Well done you have won 3 single digis of your choice from their store..
Please email HERE quoting CCCWK20 to claim your prize.

And the top 3 chosen by the team are, in no particular order:

Go grab your badges from the tab at the top of the blog!

Than you all very much for your entries, we really love seeing them all. And we look forward to seeing you back again next time.
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1 comment:

  1. So pleased ot be picked in your top 3, thank you. CarolG

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