Friday, October 25, 2019

Color Dare #366 - TicTacToe Hawthorn Color Palette

Thank you to all the talented Crafters
who have shared their artwork in our Gallery.
Please invite your friends to Play TicTacToe using 
Hawthorn Color Palette 

Join our fun...choose a row, column or diagonal 
and let us know in your post.

We use CTMH color names for reference; however, you are welcome to use any products as long as they are the closest match. If you want to use additional colors it's your choice as long as you use "Only" the colors included on the Color Palette above. Black and White are free, No other Neutrals.  Most importantly - have 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 feel free to leave a comment. 

3rd Col:  Paprika, Pebble, Sapphire 
+ Sage, Saffron 
1st Col:  Sangria, Charcoal, Saffron
+ Sage, Sapphire, Toffee, Paprika, Pebble
1st Col:  Sangria, Charcoal, Saffron
 + Peach, Sapphire

All Colors 

1st Col: Sangria, Charcoal, Saffron
1st Col:  Sangria, Charcoal, Saffron 

Vandra Stenton
All Colors 

Now it's your turn. Link your post to our site, using the link to your post, not your blog, and include our Color Palette in your post. See our Rules Tab for complete details. You can enter your project using your blog, our Facebook Here or other Online Galleries such as Pinterest, Split Coast Stampers, Flickr and Instagram.

Our Weekly Challenges are open for two weeks and you have until Nov 7th to enter Challenge #366.

Still open until Thursday evening Oct 31st. Click HERE for our previous challenge Color Dare #365 and enter your project.

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  1. Fabulous inspiration from the DT! Hawthorn is such a fun collection, especially for fall.

  2. Merci pour ce beau défi et la magnifique interprétation de la DT.

    Thank you for this great challenge and the magnificent interpretation of the DT.