Happy Wednesday. Today I am sharing the color scheme for July. It combines two tones of pink, a navy blue, and grey. What a fun color scheme. Let's see what the guest designer and two of the craft girls create with this!
Up first is our guest designer, Janna Werner. Today will be the last day for her projects. We have so enjoyed having her as a guest designer with us! Take a look at her awesome projects she created today!
"The color scheme reminded me of parties, summer, sun and happiness. Therefore I created a card that can be used as invitation, a small envelope that could be used to hide a small present or a voucher and a paper bonbon that could also be used for small gifts or sweets. I like that the color scheme - although it includes pink - can be used for feminine, but also masculine projects or even baby themed projects."
Next up is Shellye with this project using the color scheme.
"Hello, everyone...Shellye bringing you an easy crafting project using this month's Color Scheme and a standard plastic badge holder. You can find vertical or horizontal badge holders/luggage tags at office supply stores, etc.
Today I am sharing a cute identification tag that I made for my daughter's dance bag. Not only does it add some cuteness to an ordinary bag, but it can also lend information as to whom the owner is and save a trip to the lost & found
Because the plastic holders are so inexpensive, they're ideal to make for craft bazaars or as party favors. I've found that the vertical holders (like above) are a bit roomier than some of the horizontal versions.
I cut the navy striped tag to size and then stitched on the matted floral print and ballerina card. You can add the child's name here, or use a simple sticker as I did followed by matching enamel hearts.
For the back, I cut a matching sized card from one of the 6X6 squares and then embellished with label stickers, a monogram letter and the initials of the dance studio. Use stickers or your own handwritting to further personalize the tag. And of course, the sweet crown brad was a must-have!
There are several ways that you can tie the tag to a bag, but I chose to use a large ring that I tied a bow onto. You can also find snaps that fit through the opening, or use a strand of ribbon.
With school starting next month for many kids, make a tag in school colors for their backpack or gym bag! Thank you for letting me share this project with you today at Chickaniddy Crafts!
Chickaniddy Products: Date Night Collection-Plaid Is Rad Paper DN140S12; Alpha Stickers DN14EB01; Mini Sticker Sentiments DN14EB05; Twirly Girl Collection-Itty Bitty Ballerina Paper TG140S08; This And That Paper TG140S07; Alpha Stickers TG14EB01; Enamel Hearts TB14EB07; Brads TG14EB06"
Laurie is up last with a card using the color scheme.
"I think the color challenges are some of my favorites! There are some fabulous color combos that I might not have tried on my own but am so glad that I did! I mostly used papers and embellishments from the Twirly Girly collection with the exception of the blue paper (which is from the Date Night collection)! I also had to sneak in some Silver Surfer foil paper (love that stuff)!"
I hope you have enjoyed all of these projects with the color scheme. Give it a try yourself