December PALETTE Challenge

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  • #68524
    Cassel
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    This month, it is Christmas (in case you didn’t hear about it!) so I found a simple and pretty traditional color palette that should suite just about any holiday projects. What will you include in your project? You might have some typical elements like a snowman, candy canes, and a tree, but maybe you can think of something less typical?

    Can you create a project using these colors?

    #68804
    Mary Solaas
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    The palette picture is missing.

    #68805
    Cassel
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    Strange. I see it. Let me post it again here.

    #68808
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Nothing there for lme

    #68809
    Ann Seeber
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    Cassel/Carole: Can’t see the palette. Can it be emailed? Or post it on Facebook and it can be copied from there.

    #68811
    Cassel
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    How about now?

    #68812
    Sue Thomas
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    I see the colour palette now.

    #68813
    Ann Seeber
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    Ah, there it is! Success!! 😉

     

    #68816
    Mary Solaas
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    Halleluia!

     

    #68952
    Minka
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    Just a fun one using the colors.  I do like snow … I just like it to be where I am not.  LOL

    #68967
    Sheila Hogg
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    I used a free image courtesy of Doverpub, used the plugin Alphworks by Sybia to remove the white background and started colouring using many, many layers, at least 150. Thank goodness for Carole’s Group Script. Anyhow the colours are very close. I used some shadowing techniques to hopefully show some depth in the right places. Anyway, thanks for looking.

    #68989
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Wow Sheila that was a lot of work!  Very nice.

    #69019
    Sue Thomas
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    December colour palette challenge. I started out with Blue Jay photos and a plank of wood. Decided to do a shelf. The subway art is one I did previously. Created an envelope using the 2 blue colours in the palette. White is the snow in the photo, and background of the word art. Red and green. My own gift tag. 2 outside elements. Perspective and sheer tools used to generate a 3D effect. Darkening of the colourings below the shelf, to give some shading. I promoted a section of the ribbon above the tag, to nestle the tag into the arrangement, and sheer tool to give a slight leaning effect.

    Wonderful pages  Sheila & Minka!

    #69022
    Anne Lamp
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    A coloring book page from Crayola. com.  The only way I changed the colors was the brightness.

    #69024
    Ann Seeber
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    My design for the Shopping challenge is also using the Palette for the frame.

    #69027
    Sheila Hogg
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    Thankyou Corrie and Sue. Lovely work being done everyone.xx

    #69030
    trish williams
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    white is for the snow

    cut the shopping bag to place the hat inside, move the handles on the baggreen and red and blue for the baubles some elements and some by me , picture is a backingt paper which I ci

    ut to fit frame leaving the rest as a backdrop which I faded out and a layer of frosting to give an icy look, both layers over a texture layer all faded in together

    #69048
    trish williams
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    Another for th colour challenge
    paper from creative, santa  and snowman from stock,
    picture is my husband and granddaughter, oh and Kim who loved rolling in the snow in our garden.
    Trees I made and finished with a texture

    #69066
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Trish they both are lovely, but the last one is my favourite because of the restraint colours. Most of the time I like those better.

    #69086
    Corrie Kinkel
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    For the palette challenge I have made a pin-board (I hope that’s the correct English word) with a lot of elements that I made earlier. The two blues and the white are in the Hello Winter flairbutton, the red and green are in the star pins and I changed the colors of my elf name. I used the December Daily again and also the cards and envelope. For the stamps I used a template from Carole with some christmaspictures I have in my stash.

     

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