Welcome to the Colour Crazy Challenge!
Our weekly challenge theme is always
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 our sponsor is Jan's Digi Stamps
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.
We are on the look-out for participants to join us for three month Guest Designer positions - if this interests you, please add GD after your name on your entry. Good luck!
So let's get onto to what the team have made this week. Welcome to Josjie and Gale who are joining us as Guest Designers for three months!
Hi! This is Gale GDT this month. I have used this lovely image from the Tea Time digital stamp set from our sponsor Jan's Digital Stamps. I colored it with Copic Sketch markers. This is a great image that can be used for many different occasions.
Hey there! Pam
here with my Design Team card using our sponsor (Jan's Digital Stamp
) Tea Time
. I've made a Thank You card using a Pendant design with the image colored using Copic markers tied with a bit of twine and a heart disc at the knot. This beautiful image can be used as a glass image of colored in to look like a tin. Love the versatility!
Hi all it's Sarah here from These I made, diving in late - just like the White Rabbit! - with my card for this week's challenge. I've used a wonderful image, #1 Dad, for all the those brilliant dads out there from our fabulous sponsor Jan's Digi Stamps. As it's a masculine card this time, I left off al the sparkly, glittery, shiny stuff and went with a more graphic, clean cut, design.
here! I chose the image Tea Time
from Jan's Digi Stamps
and after printing on X-Press It Blending card without the words on the tin, I have coloured with Copics. I then used a Socrates quote that is a sentiment from Woodland Carpet by Power Poppy
(unfortunately it looks like this clear stamp set is now discontinued) in place of the words, then I have adhered the coloured image to a white card from Envelope Solutions
. As I was a little off with placing the image on the card (it was late!) I have used the colour that I used to outline the image (BV08) to draw a line on the side of the image.
For further details, including the colours, please see my blog post here
Hello! Kathy here sharing my DT card that features a lovely digi and sentiments from a Jan’s Digi Stamps set named Tea Time. I printed the vintage image on white cardstock and used Spectrum Noir Classique Markers and a white Sakura Gelly Roll gel pen to add some contrast and highlights. Scraps from patterned paper I’ve had in my stash for at least a decade are a perfect fit for this digi. A bow made from a bit of pale pink ribbon, silver photo corners, and a few little purple flowers fussy-cut from the background paper provides a few embellishments.
Hello it's Helen here with my extra card for this week's challenge using one of the images from the #1 Dad set from Jan's Digi Stamps. The set is available here
. I coloured the image with my Promarkers and kept to a black and silver colour scheme to keep the card simple.
Ruth: I have also used the cute Tea Time image, coloured with Promarkers and I found some suitably co-ordinated papers in my stash. The tag is handwritten and ribbon is from my stash too!
Our winners from week 3 sponsored by Pattie's Creations are:
Well done you have won two single images of your choice from their store
Please email HERE
quoting CCCWK3 to claim your prize.
And the top 3 chosen by the team are:
Go grab your badges from the tab at the top of the blog!
Thank 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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