Sunday, April 19, 2015

WCC22 -- Heidi's Combination Challenge

Welcome to our new challenge.  This one is brought to you by Heidi Weaver, another long-term member of the Watercooler Artists.  Heidi has put together a combination challenge for us.  What does that mean?  We're suggesting a watercolour background combined with a silhouette.  Do you have to use watercolour paper?  Not at all.  Whatever paper works to give you the results you want, that's the right type of paper.  The beauty of using various types of paper is that it lets you see all the wonderful and varies results that are possible depending on the medium.

To start off Challenge #WCC22, here is Heidi's card, using watercolour paper.  You'll notice that Heidi has kept her colours muted.  This is, again, personal choice.  Yours can be as muted or a vivid as you wish.  Your silhouette, too, can be other than black.  If white or gold work better for you, go for it.  You'll see examples of just those choices among the cards submitted by the Watercooler Artists.  You can find out all the details regarding Heidi's card by clicking on her name, below her card, just as you can for any of the cards submitted by the other Watercooler Artists.

And now it's your turn.  You can join us by linking up your creation with the InLinkz at the bottom of this challenge.

          1.  This must be a new project---no back-linking to a previous post.
          2.  You must link your project back to our challenge (details at top of page).
          3.  You must link directly to your post, not simply your general blog.
          4.  Please link to no more than 4 challenges, including ours.
          5.  Have fun!

Please use the link-up below to share your project.  This Linky will close on Friday, May 1st at 7:30 a.m. Mountain Daylight Savings Time.

1 comment:

  1. oops, not only am I just getting here at the *last* minute, I didn't read carefully and linked to more than 4 challenges :( sorry - I'll try to behave better in the future... ;)


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