Thursday, April 24, 2014

Brown, Black and Orange Challenge at Mark's Finest Papers and Stamps

Let's have fun with colors. Each week we will pick a color or colors for you to use on a card or other paper craft. Thrifty Stamper and her team will inspire you to use colors you may have not thought about using before. 
Challenge Winner Guidelines
We encourage you to participate in all of our challenges, we would like to ask you to limit your submissions to 5 per challenge, per week. Each submission needs to be a new card (no cards that have been posted prior to the challenge date). Please do not submit the same card for every challenge, each submission should be a different card for each submission and each  challenge.

This Challenge is  for all types of paper crafts, including scrapbook pages.  Each week we will have a color or colors that you have to incorporate in your project, and of course, you must use stamp(s) on the project. 

This week's colors are Orange, Black and Brown. You may use any neutral colors.

The guidelines for the Color Challenge are...
1.  Use the challenge colors as your main colors.  You can use any shades or hues of the challenge colors.

2.  You can add any neutral colors (browns, grays, black, white, cream, kraft etc) that you wish.  

3. You can use an accent color in addition to the challenge colors,  but it must be an accent only and not one of the main colors in your project.

4. You must use stamps on your project.   

Remember your can create any type of project you want for this challenge but you must use stamp(s) on your project. They don't have to be Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co stamps but if you do use MFPaHC stamps,  you will be entered twice for a chance to win our weekly stamp prize. 

For this week's Orange, Yellow and Green challenge, one  winner will receive our All Postal stamp set!


  1. Beautiful card Trudy...............................Lis

  2. Gorgous color combination each are the perfect partner for the other bringing the flower to life love it

    1. Thank you. Mary. I like the way this one turned out too, after fretting about the color combination a little when I first started it.