There was a lot of jam making going on at As You See It Challenge over the past two weeks, with our participants choosing the colours that they really did not feel the love for, that really were not their jam, so to speak, and using them to make sweet confections! Some definite themes emerged - purple grapes and orangey oranges were among the top unfavourites to jam with! But some other unexpected ones occurred as well! What was really amazing was how well you crafted with colours you don't like! Let's find out who the winners were:
Our Top Pick is: Christine Blain
Christine is really averse to So Saffron as a colour, but when she paired it up with Basic Black and got it to pop, she was able to come up with a design she liked. Sometimes, it's all in the pairing, and not always just for wine!! The Design Team were really intrigued with the way Christine was able to get so much texture from her ink and that fabulous stamp works so well for emboss resist! Awesome card!
Our Featured Artist is: Gayle Chrvala
Gayle created this stunning Christmas card with masses of her least favourite colour, gray. With that quiet gray background, the intricate snowflakes and the bold sentiments, especially the one die cut in rid, just popped! It is reminiscent of a Scandinavian Christmas card! Very effective and eye-catching!
And we think you may want to check out the following Honorable Mentions on their sites:
Congratulations to our winners and thanks to everyone who played along! Come and check out our new Recipe Challenge tomorrow morning on our blog! Our winners can pick up their badges on this page and display them with pride on their blogs or sites.
Thanks so much for choosing my entry as Top Pick! I find this yellow so hard to create with, so I’m thrilled!ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for the honorable mention. Congratulations to all the winners. So many creative and clever cards.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for choosing my card as the Featured Artist. I'm honored. Congratulations to the other chosen winners. Love your challenges.ReplyDelete