Oh if only I'd been standing a little more to the right, that crown on the wall would look like it really was on Penny's head lol!
We have a Play Date with a difference this week, courtesy of a conversation Penny Bearcroft and I had at one of my workshops at The Stamp Attic, Wantage! Penny thought it would be good to give people a ReaL colour challenge, with colours that didn't go together, and were yucky! I had a think, and asked Penny to come up with some such colours. After she named hot pink, mustard and navy blue, I gathered some art supplies in said colours, and off we went!
Now I've picked the colours to tone, and happen to love this combo, but my question is, if the colours are tonally correct, are there any colours that don't go together? We'd love to hear any suggestions.
Penny produced this gorgeous piece using a Stampotique stamp, available from The Stamp Attic:
I was in the mood for a play with my needle and thread:
This is a 1 1/2" square memory frame. I coloured the lace flowers with True Colours by Stewart Gill.
I know many of us in the UK are disappointed we can't get hold of Memory Box stamps, so you'll be glad to know, there's another chance to win this week. Head on over to the cafe to check it out,
and don't forget to visit our other designers, including our guest designer this week, Elise.
We say goodbye to our fellow designer Stephanie this week, although I'm sure we'll stay in touch! We've loved working with you Stephanie, thanks for all your hard work at the Play Date Cafe. We'll miss you