Welcome to the Dynamic Duos Challenge Blog. Each week we will have two colours for you to use to create a card, scrapbook page, craft or digital project. Only the two colours, otherwise known as "The Dynamic Duo", may be used for your project. Neutrals such as black, white, vanilla, skin colours and kraft are also welcome. ***Feel free to use colours that match the suggested colours below, you are welcome to use any stampin' product, we just use Stampin' Up Colours as a reference.
The challenge is divided into weekly "themes"...
Week 1-Bold and Sassy-bright, happy colours
Week 2-Subtly Yours-soft, romantic colours
Week 3-Black Tie-one colour plus black and a dessert option
Week 4-Monochromatic-same colours in different hues (light/dark)
Week 5-Mix and Match-we choose one colour and you add the other colour to ours to create your own "Dynamic Duo".
As this is the second week of the month, we have a subtle color combo, perfect to ring in the fall season! The "Dynamo" design team has created some wonderful projects to inspire you!
Allyson Andersen (GD)
Karen Aicken (GD)
Michelle Bala (GD)
Oh my goodness....these DT creations are ALL just beautiful! You guys have outdone yourselves!ReplyDelete
I notice you have chosen bold and sassy colours two weeks in a row, even though this is the second week and should be subtle colours - oh well, too late now!ReplyDelete
Thanks for catching the typo in our post! Whoops! It is corrected now and I hope you will join us and play along with our picks for subtle fall colors this week! :)Delete
I missed last week, but hope to get in on these great colors!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards by the Design Team!! Thank you for another fantastic color challenge!!ReplyDelete
Ha, no one has written since me, so I guess this is a P.S. I'm glad I got a chance to play. You ladies did an outstanding job with the inspiration cards for this challenge!! Thank you, as always!ReplyDelete
I was so inspired by all the gorgeous DT creations that I couldn't wait to play along! Thanks for kickin' me into gear!ReplyDelete
Interesting combination and great work!ReplyDelete