Wednesday, March 07, 2007

SCS Color Challenges

You know how much I like to use the Color Challenges on Splitcoast and use them all the time. I decided to make this book for a quick reference to the challenges. The idea came from the 100th color challenge prize done by Leigh O'Brien which you can see Here. I used the Acoutrements paper and accents and elements from the Spring mini.

I can't believe I used these already! I am usually a "hoarder".

For the inside I printed all of the color challenges on Sahara Sand CS and punched the circles with the 1 1/4" circle punch.


Edited: I just added a link on the right to the Splitcoaststampers Challenges. From there you can go to the challenge you want to check out (color, sketch, etc.). I hope that helps anyone that couldn't find them. The other way there is to go to the SCS home page and scroll down, on the right there are links to the challenges.

6 comments:

creative-racer said...

That is so awesome. i would really like to know where I cacn find the color challenges on SCS. I have missed them somehow, but then again there is so much there that its not hard to miss something. TFS. The book is beautiful.Did you clean up your room when you were done? hahah

Just Angie said...

I love the cover of that book. It is so fun looking. Your son looks so comfy in his little bed. Love the hat!!!

Tina said...

Awesome idea!!!! Hmmm...I'd love something like that!!! It's so nice to have the colors there as a visual. Do you think you could bring this to the next class so we could examine it LOL?

Happy Stamper said...

Love IT! Karen!! When I get from my next snowmobile trip or in my next life,when I have more time, I am going to start doing some of the color challenges! Thanks for the inspiration!!

Stampin' Valley Girl said...

Karen I love, Love, Love this!! I had seen this prize for the 100th cc and thought man I would really like to make one, so I hummend and hawed and now you have totaly inspired me to do this!!!! Thanks for the inspiration!!!!!

CompuPro Scrapbooking said...

What a fantastic idea! I love the little binder and would totally put this to use without a doubt as I'm big on color combos.