Bold and Bright Color Dare Challenge #322

Welcome to a special Color My Heart Color Dare month long challenge! If you need to make a card for a special occasion we are challenging you to use your “Bright and Bold” colors and neutrals of your choice. Theme is “Anything Goes” – birthday, wedding, anniversary, thank you and/or holiday card if you still need one. 

I decided to make a Christmas card using the Oh What Fun papers.  We are partnering with Double Trouble Challenge to make it extra fun if you wish to play along.  To play along with the Double Trouble Challenge…

Double Trouble is using a 3,2,1 Recipe with Ingredients: 3-Embellishments, 2-Colors, 1- Stamp or Digital Element
You may use more than the recipe ingredients, but you need to include at least (minimum) what is in the recipe.
The ingredients may be in the image or added.

Twisted Sister’s Optional Twist would be: “I made the Nice List, time to make some cookies for Santa”
and my optional twist is to include something you’d find or make in the kitchen – a rolling pin, mixer, apron,
cookies, birthday cake, etc.

Now it is your turn to create! Just create a project (card, layout or other craft project) using this weeks colors. Then link them to the Color My Heart Blog ~ Color Dare #322 or you can post them to the COLOR MY HEART FaceBook page.  For this Color Dare Challenge, you have until Thursday December 30, 2018 at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time to submit your project.   We love to see your inspirations!!!

Happy Crafting!

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  1. Very pretty and colorful card…I am going to have to pull out that paper and start creating. I don’t have my Christmas cards completed yet, but didn’t help that my son carried away 7 of them which I will have to replace. Don’t forget to enter your card in the Double Trouble Challenge since you have the 3-2-1 ingredients.

  2. Festive Christmas card, and the bright white circle pops against the pretty papers!

  3. Your card is so festive! Love that scripty Merry Christmas on the stitched circle. Thanks for sharing with us at the Double Trouble Papercrafting Challenge.

  4. Vandra Stenton says

    I really like how you’ve used the stitched circles.