June 12, 2020 at 10:27 pm #43695CasselKeymaster
Did you know that Sherwin-Williams promote a new color every month? Of course, they are in the paint business, so it makes sense, but at the same time, it can be a great resource for colors and color palettes, so I thought that we can use some of their suggestions to use in our projects.
This month, their featured color is Coral Clay. It is a pinkish color but would definitely be suitable for boys and men or anyone who is not really attracted to pinks. Your project does not have to be monochrome. You can use coordinating colors, as listed on this page, but you can create your own palette too.
What will you do?June 16, 2020 at 1:32 pm #43876
Colour challenge Coral clay. Well that didn’t take me long. I had an idea of what I was going to do. I found the perfect template in the lab 9-6. They save so much time. I took away all the elements, leaving the frames, and the text layer. I used one the corner punches, and a font to inlay the centre frame. Polar coordinates to make the line of text circular.Sculpture and inner bevel. I really like the effect of the special fonts after I’ve converted them to a raster, and played with them. They are very delicate. The posies of flowers ( all induvial flowers) are my own, which I extracted a long time ago, and arranged them. I used effects, distortion, wave on the bathing text. The colours I used are earth and natural from the material palette I colourized Cassel’s water alpha, and fed a rope through. It’s not until you write down all that you do, you realize how much goes into creating a page. I think that’s everything.June 16, 2020 at 10:37 pm #43911Royanne HewkoParticipant
Sue you are so right that when we record what we did .. it is lots. I just used the colours from the pallet, Coral Clay, Shiitake and Alabaster, but added the green. Used Cass corner punch, on the cream colour but it did not really stand out so duplicated the layer and resized by 102% and coloured it green. I liked the effect. Applied a simple linen texture to the papers and drop shadows. Made my own frame using the 3 colours and added the same linen texture to the frame and drop shadows.
June 17, 2020 at 11:46 am #43928
- This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by Royanne Hewko.
Shirley, those corner punches are wonderful. I have purchased all of them, and us them a lot. I love your page! The photo used is perfect match for colour. Colour challenge, Coral clay. I used the Coral clay colour in one of Carole’s vase preset shapes. Gave it some perspective using selection tool, brightness and contrast. All the flowers were individually extracted from photos I took, in my garden. Arranged them in the vase. The extractions were done some time ago. Continuing with the perspective theme, I created a sort of alcove to display the flower arrangement. Took a photo of the arrangement, and placed the photo at the back.June 17, 2020 at 9:47 pm #43957Royanne HewkoParticipant
Sue, your flower arrangement is amazing and the details are fantastic.June 18, 2020 at 12:12 am #43966
I’m sorry Royanne, I called you Shirley. Thank you, it’s very kind of you to compliment my page. As pages go, it was quite easy to create, yet the end result is realistic.June 18, 2020 at 1:19 am #43974Dorothy DonnParticipant
I spied the color challenge and started immediately with a project long put off. It was a road trip of six weeks duration with no time table to adhere to for any of us. Of course we had our AAA tour books high-lighted with things we all wanted to see. What a fun tip it was!! But like a lot of things all the pictures we put in an album and long forgot. I hope to achieve the whole trip now that Cassel has taught me about scrapping
.June 18, 2020 at 4:39 am #43979MicheleParticipant
Great pages, all.
Royanne, I’ve never tried “double” punching. It looks wonderful. I’ll have to steal your idea.June 19, 2020 at 10:27 pm #44088
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