April PALETTE Challenge

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  • #56581
    Cassel
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    This month, instead of a COLOR challenge, I am adding more colors for you to play with. So, use this color palette to create combinations of paper designs, different flowers, ribbons, frames. Being from the same palette, those colors SHOULD blend in together, so what will you create, using this palette?

    #56653
    Minka
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    Mine is just kind of a fun one.  Have you ever “talked” a chickadee down to your hand?  It’s pretty easy if you are patient and they get to know you.  This isn’t a chickadee, but she looks like anybody’s face looks — the first time it works.  LOL  I used the colors given … a script called art which messes with them a bit, I made the background in the circle with Carole’s Airbrushed Paper script using the colors given … the round frame is Carole’s Circular Element script … and the two different bows are Carole’s Bow 16 and Bow 17 scripts.  I might try another in a day or two … but company tomorrow which I am looking forward to in a big way!  See ya.

    #56661
    sandra jones
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    Minka I love what you did with the colors.  Your background and frame are gorgeous.

    #56667
    sandra jones
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    Here is my take on the Palette Challenge.  I made all the ribbons, papers and flower.  I used Carole’s butterfly script for the butterflies.

    #56668
    Annie Tobin
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    Tis gorgeous Minka! The artwork you used is my kind of art. I get a lot of tubes from caz and they are similar. You have given me inspiration my friend, thank you. 😀

    #56687
    Annie Tobin
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    Hello Campers.  This is my go at the colour palette challenge.  Corners, balloons, sun and ice-cream are tubes I have had for some time.  The bow was created from Cassel’s script Bow#15.  The paint splash is from Pixel Scrappers.  The girl is a tube from kikirou.  The alpha is one I created using the font Oliver.  Thanks for takin a peek my friends.  😀

    #56688
    Annie Tobin
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    Sandra your page is gorgeous. I love the layout and your border is stunning. Well done my friend. 😀

    #56695
    Michele
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    Wow! Such great results, everyone. I just got the newsletter (late, as usual; stupid gmail) and I had to come take a look.

    #56697
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    #56724
    Mary Solaas
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    Bonnie, Annie, Sandra and Minka – each layout has a different idea for a layout behind it.  So inspirational are you ladies – I might try it before the end of April.

    #56725
    Ann Seeber
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    Wow, all these designs are great! I just got my Creation Cassel this morning (Sun). How do you get it earlier? I was working on my April Song – Walk: Beatles design all day. My artist daughter thought it should be an album cover! 🙂

    #56730
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Great designs and all so different. I think Ann the time you get the newsletter has to do with the time differences we are in. I get mine mostly on sunday afternoon in my timezone, I’m on GMT+1 (Greenwich MeanTime + 1). I have a time difference with Carole of 6 hours (and with my daughter near Seattle it’s 9 hours).

    I have been making a card for a dear friend who is having chemotherapie at the moment; I make her one every week! This week I made my card using the colors of this palette and a photo I took the other day of a butterfly that had just purpated and was drying its wings in the sunshine. We call it an Orange Tip (Anthocharis cardamines). My colors are bit more subdued but I didn’t want a card so bright. It is a double card and I write something on the inside. I just have to print it now.

    #56742
    Annie Tobin
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    Terrific use of the colour palette Bonnie … job well done my friend. 😀

    #56743
    Annie Tobin
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    Corrie, you have made a beautiful card for your friend. Chemo is a cruel treatment and some suffer more than others. I hope your friend comes through this for the better my friend. 🙂

    #56747
    Michele
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    I love how there are such different results with the same palette.

    #56755
    Sue Thomas
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    Colour palette challenge. I created the frame around the photo using two of the colours. I also used paper templates. The dots was a paper, I coloured them, erased the bulk of them, to fill a void. Of curse through using  inner bevel and texture, it does alter the colours slightly.  After searching through my photos, this photo was one of many of my Pelican photos which had two of the colours from the palette in it.  Hundreds of them  gather at Gardiner Dam, they will move on to their breeding grounds further north, but will return in the Autumn for  about a  month, before making their long migratory journey south. I took this shot  this time last year.  They haven’t arrived  yet this year, but they will!

    #56756
    Sue Thomas
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    So many wonderful pages created, each one very different. Nice to see lots of different techniques used.  Well done everyone.

    #56760
    Cristina
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    Wow, beautiful, beautiful pages Everyone!

    #56772
    Annie Tobin
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    It really was a super page Ann … guess maybe that is where your daughter’s talent hails from! 😀

    #56774
    Annie Tobin
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    Beautiful work on this page Sue and a beautiful photo of the pelicans. I did not know of the raised vertical plate they develop on their bills in the breeding season. I wonder what the purpose of that is? I shall have to do some exploring my friend, you have inspired me. 😀

    #56775
    Sue Thomas
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    Annie, thank you ever so much for your very kind comment on  the Pelican page.  These are the American White Pelican. As for the keeled plate on the upper  mandible, I’m afraid I can’t give you an answer. Other than, I think it may be an indicator to  the maturity of  the  adult breeding male and female Pelicans.  Non breeding, and immature birds, don’t get the plate, and their plumage is tinged with  brown.

    #56867
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Sue. I did look it up on Google but could not find any satisfactory explanation. Yours is good enough for me and it makes sense. Much appreciated my friend. 🙂

    #56869
    Sue Thomas
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    I also Googled it, and like you I couldn’t find an answer. I even looked it up in my nature books, which I rely on more than the WWW. Xx

    #56872
    Annie Tobin
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    LOL! Inquisitive minds … knowledge leads to many places dear Sue. <3 <3

    #56876
    Sue Thomas
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    That it does, my dear Annie. If we weren’t we wouldn’t get very far either in using PSP. Lol. xxx

    #56888
    Sheila Hogg
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    Great things going on here Ladies, I am well behind but will have a go at something later.

    #56901
    Anne Lamp
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    I have been working on this for a few days.  I know it is not Cassel’s birthday until tomorrow, but I though I would post it here today.  I wanted to make her a Birthday page and decided to use the color challenge pallet to make it.

    #56909
    Lynda DiGregor
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    You are all doing such a wonderful job with the color palette. You all seem to have such creative ideas. Can’t say so much for myself so I made a bunch of elements using the color palette. the bows are from Carole’s bow script, the paper designs are from Pixelscrappers, the flowers are made with Carole’s ribbon flower script and the buttons are made from my own scripts.

    #56911
    Diana Craft
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    • Rookie

    I’m definitely a flower person and I think this is my favorite motto, how about you all?

    #56924
    Marie-Claire
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    • Junior

    ..and of course, again with a picture of my dog, sorry folks !

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