Hello, folks! Well, it’s already time for another My Time Made Easy Pretty Palette Challenge. This week’s colours are…MTME recently came out with a really beautiful hostess kit, in which you can make your own wine bottle box or tag (among other things). The set comes complete with the cut files, digital stamps and papers. It also comes with a complete set of instructions on how to assemble your projects. You don’t even need a die cutting machine! For more information on this great kit, click here.Given the colour scheme, this was the perfect go-to kit for this challenge. I came up with my own host/hostess gift set using the digital papers and stamps. Here is the card…I used a border punch on the edges of the card for something different, and because it’s just looks so pretty! The wine bottle was manipulated using GIMP, printed out, and coloured with Copic markers. Purple and green were blended together on the wine bottle to get that colour that only wine bottles have – burgundy coloured wine in a green bottle – you know what I’m talkin’ bout!And at the last minute, I decided to make a wine bottle tag. These are so fun and easy, and really looks much more impressive than handing over a plain old wine bottle to your host at a dinner party.
So if you think you’re up for a challenge, and would like to try winning a pretty package of your own, all you have to do is follow these few rules:
You can use the palette on ANY type of project! While participation with products from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC is appreciated, it is not required to participate. You can use products from ANY company. Every other week we will pick a winner from the palette participants, and announce them the following week, when the next Pretty Palette Challenge is announced. This month’s contest began Thursday, November 29th. Contest ends Wednesday, January 23rd. Winner announced Thursday, January 24th.
PRIZE PACKAGE: Whoever plays along in Palette Challenges #76, 77, 78, and 79, will be entered to win a Pretty Package of THEIR Choice!
So what can you do with these colors? We can’t wait to see! Have a crafty day!