Tuesday, July 12, 2016

July 2016 Challenge #2

CHALLENGE TWO for July 2016: Inspired by Cool Waters in Hot Weather

Check out this fabulous color scheme where the cool colors of the water balances the warm colors – yellow and orange - nicely.
  • We could take cue from here and very purposefully combine cool and warm colors together on your project.
  • Or you could just take a cue from the photograph itself.
  • Or you could even use something liquid when making your project – ink, mist, paint, gesso, glossy accents, etc.

For this second challenge, on her layout titled Parson's Creek, Guest Designer Gretchen Henninger used photographs with a water theme and a warm and cool color theme, mixing aqua, yellow and red.

Susanne also chose to mix in bright red and yellow with cooler blues and greys, on a page that deals with reflections, like that you might get off of the water.  In her case, it is from mirrors.

Leslie got inspired by a little water-play fun!


Kelly used the color scheme to inspire her page--see the details on her blog.

Do please share your kits and creations to Mr. Linky so that we can all come and look. Perhaps save a special project using this month's kit and join in with your very own Members' Blog Hop towards the end of the month!


Be inspired by any of the challenges this month or just share something you've created with your current kit. Remember, the more the merrier and EVERYone is welcome! To be a part of the Members' Blog Hop:
  • E-mail us your name & blog address & promise to participate at thecounterfeitkitchallengeblog@gmail.com by the 18th.
  • We will e-mail back on the 20th with a list of the hop participants and full instructions.
  • You will need to schedule your own blog post, showing a new counterfeit kit based project, to go live on the 24th at 00:00am Mountain Standard Time (Arizona) but we will help you with the scheduling!

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