MFT Color Challenge 149
We’re here again with another MFT Color Challenge! Join us as we create with this week’s color combination.
This challenge features Jellybean Green, Natural, Coral Crush, and Tangy Orange. Remember, you don’t have to have the EXACT colors to play – just use colors inspired by the ones you see below.
Add in neutrals like black, white or kraft, but challenge yourself to incorporate all four of the colors.
Create cards, scrapbook layouts, home decor, treat containers, mixed media, etc. using this color combination and be sure to link your project below for a chance at a My Favorite Things Gift Voucher worth $50.
MFT products are encouraged, but not required. We just want to see what this week’s color combination inspires you to create! You can enter your cards for this week’s challenge in the Inlinkz Link Up at the bottom of this post.
Congratulations, Kimberly! You are the randomly selected winner of MFT Color Challenge 148. You can view all the entries from the last challenge HERE.
You have until Wednesday, September 23 at noon EDT to add your link and be eligible for the prize of $50 in MFT Cash. Winners are chosen at random, so everyone has a chance!
If you are looking for further color inspiration, feel free to download past MFT Color Combinations HERE.
Check out some of the other projects our newest palette has inspired our team to create:
To enter a challenge in the Inlinkz link-up, click on the ‘Inlinkz Link Party’ button below. You can add images from your blog or load them directly from your social media accounts, such as Instagram, Flickr, etc…
Enter your link, your name and your email address (your email remains private) for the card you would like to enter.
Once you’ve selected your image, you’ll need to check the box below the image area and then click on ‘done’ to upload your project.
You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!Click here to enter
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