Welcome to another day of the Graphic 45 Color Challenge! We have three more amazing projects for you today. Two of them use the same color palette, and it's so much fun to see how a designer can take the same three colors and create something completely unique and beautiful. Nichola shares some amazing Mother Goose jewel jars. Then, we have a layout from Donna that is simply stunning. Andrew Roberts creates dazzling journaling blocks.It's going to be a terrific Tuesday!
Have you been inspired to take the G45 Color Challenge? If you want to join in the fun, just choose three of the colors below from our Signature Series Core'dinations Cardstock and use it as the inspiration for your next project. If you do take part, please share on our Facebook page, we love to see your projects!
Let's see what three colors Nichola chose:
We love her jewel jars using the Mother Goose collection. What a fun idea!
"The annual fun fair at my son’s school is fast approaching. This year his class was asked to donate “Jewel Jars” as prizes. These little jars are packed with goodies of all sorts like candy, school supplies, and small toys. Using Core'dinations Lemon Chiffon, Spring Green and Robin’s Egg in combination with Graphic 45’s Mother Goose collection I’ve spruced up some inexpensive plastic jars. I’ve gone easy on the embellishments, making them a quick fun project that will appeal to little prize winners at the school… but you could absolutely run with the concept for bridal showers, or party favours and decorate to your hearts content!" ~Nichola
May Arts Ribbon
Assorted Petaloo Darjeeling flowers
Little gifts and prizes for filling jars
Our next two designers used the same two color palettes and created such unique creations! We just love them. Here are the three colors Donna and Andrew chose:
Donna shares a beautiful layout using our Sweet Sentiments collection. Those colors are so alive with her creativity! Amazing layering and fussy cutting on this layout.
Sweet Sentiments 12x12 double-sided papers
Sweet Sentiments chipboard
Sweet Sentiments Tags and pockets
Botanical Tea 12x12 double-sided papers
Botanical Tea cardstock stickers
Botanical Tea flowers
tattered Angels glimmer mist (Lavender fields and Pink bubblegum)
Blue Fern Studio Chipboard (used a stencil for misting on the background)
Andrew used the same three colors to create a brilliant project. Read all about it below!
"One of my favorite papercrafting projects is constructing or altering boxes. I look at pinterest often enjoying the many varied altered projects. This style of project gives me the chance to be simple or detailed and has an eclectic range of ideas. graphic 45 papers are perfect for the altering process. you can use a single collection or merge collections together.
Tip: Creating a shadow box effect allows for a lot of detail in a small part of the project." ~Andrew
Sweet sentiments 12 x 12 Papers :
Spring has Sprung
Be My Valentine
Sweet sentiments 8 x 8 Papers :
Be My Valentine
All my Love
Sweet Sentiments cardstock stickers
Sweet Sentiments Chipboard
Metal box feet
Metal box corners
Tim Holtz Mini Brads
Mulberry paper flowers
Distress ink Walnut Stain
Thanks for joining us for Day Two of the Color Challenge! Many thanks to Nichola, Donna, and Andrew. Have you been inspired to try it yourself? We can't wait to see your projects.
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