Sunday, April 10, 2011

Pretty Palettes Design Team

Good morning! I have exciting news to share with you!  I'm now a member of the Pretty Palettes Design Team sponsored by My Time Made Easy.  Each Sunday morning we'll bring to you a color palette challenge with lots of wonderful inspiration from the designer's different styles along with fabulous products from My Time Made Easy.  A big thank you to Lisa for asking me to be on the team!

Here are the colors for this week's challenge:

And my card using this week's palette:
Ingredients:  My Time Made Easy Digital Stamps:  Keep Strong and Argyle Amazement; Stampin' Up Crumb Cake, Peach Pizazz and Whisper White Cardstock, Peach Pizazz Ink,Jillibean Soup Twine; Basic Grey DSP

Be sure to check out the design team member's creations as well:
Here's the detail on how the challenge works:
  • You can use the palette on ANY type of project!  While participation with products from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC is appreciated, it is not required to participate. You can use products from ANY company.
  • Each week we will pick a winner from the palette participants and announce them the following week, when the next Pretty Palette Challenge is announced.
  • The palette month will run from the 2nd Sunday of every month, to the 2nd Saturday of the following month, with the Winner announced that 2nd Sunday of the Palette Challenge.  For example:  This month’s contest began Sunday March 20th. Contest ends Saturday, April 16th. The winner will be announced on Sunday, April 17th.
  • PRIZE PACKAGE: Whoever plays along all month, in all 4 Palette Challenges within the month, will be entered to win a Pretty Package of THEIR Choice! Make sure on the 4th week of the challenge, that you leave a comment linking all 4 projects as well, so we are sure we do not miss you!
Let’s see what you do with these colors! Thanks for playing along with us!

16 comments:

  1. Congratulations Lynn! I love MTME! Your card is wonderful :)

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  2. Really fresh and pretty, so love the way you tied the twine!

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  3. This is so pretty Lynn! I love how you used the colors! So glad to have you on the team!

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  4. Wow, congratulations Lynn! and such a pretty card.

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  5. Wow! Way to go, Lynn! Congrats on your DT spot! You deserve this :)

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  6. Thank you for sharing your card.. I just love it.

    Please come and visit my blog: http://jessicalynnoriginal.blogspot.com/ I have a free digital stamp there & contest.

    Have a great weekend!
    Jessica Lynn

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  7. Big congrats on your DT spot, Lynn! They are lucky to have you on the team! Love these pretty colors and your card is beautiful!

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  8. Congrats on your design team membership! I love the argyle flowers and your twine bow - it looks like a butterfly! :)

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  9. yahoo!!! Congrats, Lynn!! Although not surprised in the least that you got scooped up for a design team :) I kind of lost touch with Lauren Meader after she left PTI so this will be a great chance to see what she's up to through YOU!! LOVE the colours and the side graphic image...eek!! Can't wait to see all the things you design for them...congratualations again, my friend!! hugs :)

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  10. This is gorgeous, Lynn! Congratulations on the design team! They are lucky to have you on board. I love those colors together! :)

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  11. Lynn, I love the ledger paper that you used in the background. I am excited to work with you, I peeked at your other projects-soooo pretty!

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  12. Congratulations on your DT gig!!!!

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  13. This is "big doins"! Congrats!!! Your card is great! I really like the ledger paper and the twine!

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  14. Congratulations Lynn! These colors are beautiful together, and your creation really exemplifies that!

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  15. OMG!!! I almost missed this post! Congrats to you my friend! You will do an excellent job with this DT!!!

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  16. Congratulations, Lynn!! I love how you used the digis and colours. Absolutely wonderful!

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