Wednesday 2 September 2015

A Merry Little Wish...!

Each week at Colour Me...! we will have a creative colour challenge for you to get crafty and show us your best greeting cards, 3D projects, scrapbooking, digital or traditional paper crafts, costumes, etc. Only the colours we indicate may be used for your project. Neutrals such as black, gray, white, vanilla, skin colours and kraft are also welcome.

This week we are using...!

Our challenge ends on Mondays at 12:00 pm (EST). We have a few rules to keep things fun and fair!
  • Any type of paper crafty projects are welcome - greeting cards, 3D projects, scrapbooking, digital or traditional paper crafts, costumes, if it's craft we want to see it!
  • We ask that you only use the colours listed for your project and of course neutrals are always welcome.
  • Feel free to combine us with up to 3 challenges (including ours), with the exception of other colour challenges.
  • Please add our graphic to your blog with a link back to us. 
  • We reserve the right to remove any links if we feel any material submitted is offensive or found to be in poor taste, we are all here to have a good time!
  • HAVE FUN!!!
My Card:

Take the time to let your creativity bloom!

Card Recipe

Card Stock: Very Vanilla & Mossy Meadow
Inks: Mossy Meadow, Sahara Sand & Early Espresso
Stamps: Festival of Trees & Gorgeous Grunge
Embellishments: Metal Rimmed Pearl
Tools: n/a

While you are surfing around in blog land why not stop by and say hello to the rest of the Colour Me...! Team :)

Antonia / Bhavana / Brenda / Jinny / Julia / Kim / Ren / Tara / Valentyna ‏

And our FABulous Featured Guest Designer for the month of September!

Wendi Lau


  1. Super cute with the pearl on top!

  2. What an adorable design! Ditto to what Tara said about the pearl! :)

  3. Love this super adorable tree, Hayley!!! Beautiful CAS card!

  4. I love it! I agree with Tara....that pearl is so adorable! :)

  5. Very pretty! I love the splatter ink look. This card would be a perfect one to use for Christmas because it'd be easy to mass produce, and it's detailed enough to feel special. Love it!