Sunday, May 4, 2014

Wonderful world of colour: Challenge #5 - Primary colours.

Hi everyone, Julene here.

When you look at advertising, you will see the 3 primary colours used often.
This is because they stand out.

In scrapbooking the PRIMARY COLOURS are used to make layouts POP.

Here are some examples I found on Pinterest.
Loved the colors

Now for my challenge
You will notice all of these have a white background with small pieces of primary colour.....
I'm going one step further, using just 3 colours with no white!

Can you do a similar one? If so link it up in the comments section of THIS post to be entered for my prize.
Here is the prize I'm offering in lovely spring colours
Bethany Collins Hardy's photo.

Have fun with those Primary colours!

Each one of the challenges will have a prize attached. To enter for that prize, you will want to complete that challenge and then link ON THAT POST to your entry. One entry per person and the winner for that challenge will be announced MAY 20TH. You have until MAY 16TH to complete your challenges and enter."


  1. Love your boldness! Will see what I can come up with...

  2. Great LO's and inspiration here! 3 primary colours....hmmmn..... got me thinking..... no white..... hmmmn....... sounds like a fabby challenge!

  3. Wow! That's a scary but inspiring challenge, thanks for the ideas! Love your page :o)

  4. No white? Aaaaaaargh!! White is my safety net!

  5. I totally enjoyed doing this challenge so not quite sure where to link it. So added the link here and on the main link up too:

  6. Ok.. I've had a go... here is my attempt

    1. I really like your take on the challenge.Who can resist a fireman?

    2. Not me! Both my Dear husband and my son are Firefighters! Lol

  7. Primary Colours has to be Disney. Here's my attempt.

    1. And it looks wonderful. Disney was an ideal choice.

  8. Great challenge, really got me thinking, and so many patterns etc use white in them!
    HERES the page I made.

  9. Finally managed the challenge this one was definitely a toughy!


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