Friday, 13 July 2018

Week 28 - Anything Goes Colouring Challenge - Blog Candy Giveaway!

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 don't have a sponsor but do have some blog candy to giveaway to one lucky entrant who meets all our rules! 

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.

Ruth:  I've used a no longer available cute Jellypark image for a teacher thank you card which I've coloured with Promarkers and then added to the card blank with foam pads.  I've scored a border around the edge of the card and added a little ruler and apple charm along with bakers twine from my stash.


Hello, Billie A here. I am a Guest designer for July. I have chosen to use My favorite things images for my card. Perfect for summer cards.  I created the background with Kuretake Gansi paints and cellophane. I colored the images with Mission gold paint and added some pearls for the bubbles.



Hello, Mary here. The image I am using is Butterflies of Hope by Hannah Lynn I used papers of orange matted onto blue and some butterfly paper from my stash. I stamped the sentiment and added blue sequins. I added a die cut a butterfly in black and orange. I have used Spectrum Noir pens Skin TN2, TN4, FS2, FS8, FS9, CR6 Hair TB3, TB5, TB7 Butterfly OR3, OR2, OR1 CT3



Janet - I quite like this image I've used it a few times now. It's a Kenny K image called bow. I've coloured her with alcohol pens. I've put her on to some colour matched floral papers. The sentiment is die cut.


Marjeta - My daughter surprised me with gorgeous Tim Holz stamps. I used one of my favorite image and colored with Promarkers: Lemon, Gold, Lipstic red and Arctic blue. For background I used DP from my stash and added a few snippets. For final touch I put feathers on birds tail.


Melle Clef : I made this lovely card with a freebie from Leann's World 101 progressive challenge. The girl looks so confident I will give this card to a friend who just had a great success. I colored her with watercolor markers.


Hiya! I'm back already - Vic.   This week, I have chosen to use this super-cute little image from Little Miss Muffet...it's called "Elisa's kitty."  Its a wonderful image to colour. I used all the promarker grey alcohol pens I have - numbers 1 - 5....and did lots of blending! I particularly love the little scarf round his neck. Such a lovely little addition. The stamped sentiment was from a set of stamps I found recently in a charity shop, for 25p! I do love a bargain! The scalloped circle die is from The Works... a fab little set of dies for only £3. Another bargain! Faux stitching and inking, finished the edges of the backing card...


Just fabulous as always ladies.

Our winners from week 25 which was a blog candy giveaway are::
Random winner is

#11 Sharon Hudson

Well done you have won the blog candy!.
Please email HERE quoting CCCWKXX to claim your prize.  We would also like to offer you a three month Guest Designer spot!

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!  We would like to offer our top three a three month Guest Designer spot!

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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