Friday, September 8, 2017

Color Dare #260 - Willow, Raspberry, Bashful, White Daisy and Charcoal

Thank you to all the Talented Crafters who participate in our Color Dare Challenges. We are happy to have you sharing art in our Gallery.  

This week we are challenging you to use (ALL and ONLY) these CTMH Colors: Willow, Raspberry, Bashful, Charcoal and White Daisy. Of course if you don’t have these CTMH colors you may substitute similar colors so you can still join in all the fun.

Here is some inspiration from our awesome Design Team. If you have a chance please stop by our blogs to see how we made these projects and leave a comment.

Now it's your turn. Take some time this week to create a project using these colors (All and Only, without adding new colors) If you don't have the exact colors, just use the closest ones you have. Next, take a picture of it and upload it to your blog. 

Make sure you include our link and challenge picture in your post. Then link your post to our site, using the link to your post, not your blog. See our Rules Tab for complete rules. Most importantly, have fun! We look forward to visiting your blogs and commenting. 

Don’t have a blog? You can still enter by posting your photo to our Facebook page here. Next you would copy the URL and then copy that into the Linky tool below. You could also post your photo in one of your Pinterest boards and then copy and paste the URL into the Linky tool. If you do post in Facebook or Pinterest please tell how you made your card in the comments section. 

Our Weekly Challenges are open for two weeks, so if you have not yet created and entered your project for Color Dare #259, click here or click on the sidebar at the top of our blog. 


  1. This is a very nice color combo, and all of the Design Team samples are wonderful!

    1. Sheila please join us...don't forget there are two challenges open which can be accessed on the side bar...would love to see what you create...still have time for #259 and #260.

  2. This combo ended up being more challenging than I thought it would be, but I am pleased (finally) with my results.