Friday, July 1, 2016

Happy 200th Challenge, Color My Heart Color Dare!

Our blog is celebrating our 200th challenge! We also have and exciting prize or two to share with YOU, our lucky blog participants and followers!



In order to be eligible for a random draw you must leave a comment on EACH of our Design Team member's blog posts for Color Dare #200. There will be one prize awarded for each 10 people who comment on all DT entries so if there are 20 people who comment on all DT entries there will be 2 prizes awarded and if there are 30 people who comment on all DT entries there will be 3 prizes awarded. You will need to click on each DT member's name to get to her blog to leave a comment. Although it is not required to win a prize this week we would love to see what you can create with our challenge colors.

The Design Team has decided to gift one (or maybe more) lucky winner(s) a choice of one CTMH paper packet from the current Annual Inspirations catalog, upcoming Annual Inspirations catalog or upcoming Holiday Expressions catalog!

So without further ado, here are this week's patriotic colors!



I made a banner using this week's color Inspiration. The pennants from Art Philosophy were cut at 9 1/4" and 9" and I layered cardstock in Ruby, Sapphire and Colonial White for the base with Paper Fundamentals in Ruby and Sapphire. I also stamped the Colonial White middle pennant with the script stamp from Amore. The stamp frames were cut at 4 1/2", and are also from Art Philosophy. The letters were cut at 2" and 2 1/2". I used paper from the Regatta paper packet (retired) for them. I also embossed the Colonial White cardstock with Stars embossing folder. The ribbon is from my stash.



We'd love to see the projects that you will come up with for this week's color challenge at Color My Heart Color Dare! To join, you can upload your pics via the linky. Goodluck and may YOU will be our lucky winner!

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful banner! Hope you have a great 4th of July!

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  2. Love the how the fundamentals and Cricut cuts pull this beautiful banner together.

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  3. Love the how the fundamentals and Cricut cuts pull this beautiful banner together.

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  4. What a fun banner!!! I love this idea.

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  5. This is such a cute banner. I have never tried a banner. You have inspired me! have a great 4th!

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  6. What a nice bright banner for the 4th celebration. Have a good weekend.

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  7. This banner is perfect for this holiday weekend!

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  8. Fabulous banner. I so love the current fundamental papers, so sad they are changing them. Please add me to the drawing. I have a giveaway on my blog right now too!
    http://thatmightlookgoodonacard.blogspot.com/2016/06/tuesday-throwdown-300th-post.html

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  9. I have never made a banner. This has inspired me. I think it would even look great on a page.

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  10. What a perfect creation for Independence Day!

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  11. What a great item for the holiday!

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  12. What a great item for the holiday!

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  13. A very patriotic banner, hope you are having a great day!

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  14. Wonderful celebratory patriotic project! So much fun. Thanks for all you do to inspire us on the Color Dare Design Team!
    :) Marie

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  15. I love it! I also love the Art Philosophy cartridge. I keep telling anyone who does not have it yet to grab it! You did a fantastic job.

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  16. Great Banner! I love the stamp borders behind the letters.

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  17. Love this bannEr and all of your details!

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  18. This is so cute-- fun decor for year after year (or year-round!)

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