Tuesday, April 19, 2016

WWC63 - The Winner!

It's that time again.  Today we post our winners for Kath's color challenge.  With a color challenge it's not always easy to figure out how to use the challenge palette without using any other colour than a neutral such as a black, grey or white.  They really do force a crafter to think outside the box and use colors they might not otherwise use together.  Well, we had some wonderful cards submitted for this challenge which used the colors in a variety of ways.  And with such wonderful cards, there is always the difficulty of choosing the winners.

In the end it came down to Penny Hanuszak's magical colouring with her Stampin' Markers and Blender Pen.  Click on Penny's name below her card to see the stunning set of cards she created using Kath's colors.

Penny, we hope you'll display your winner's badge, shown below, proudly on your blog.

It was also difficult to choose our Honourable Mentions since there were such great cards to choose from this week.   The two cards that squeaked past the rest were Julie Gearinger's and Heather Hopson's beautiful cards.

Julie and Heather, we hope you'll each proudly display the badge, shown below, on your blogs.

And, a special thank you as well to Susie, Louise, Betty and Kathe for linking their wonderful cards.

Please remember to come back tomorrow (April 20th) for the new Watercooler Wednesday challenge and the awesome creations by the Watercooler Artists.


  1. Wow, congratulations Penny- that is one stunning card!! Love your coloring and the additional details that you added to the gorgeous flower!! I am also thrilled to be added as one of your Honourable Mentions- congratulations to Heather as well (love your birds :-)) I am looking forward to playing again in the future- hugs!!

    1. Thanks for participating, Julie. Your card was stunning. It really showed off Kath's wonderful challenge colours beautifully.

    2. Hi Julie. Thank you for joining us this week. Your card was beautiful. I loved the butterflies.


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