Card Making · Watercolour

The color throwdown – Gorjuss Poppy Wood

I’m back with my entry for this weeks color throwdown CTD 391. This weeks colours are lovely and I haven’t made a card in a few weeks (my beads have been out instead) so I thought I would get back into the swing of things with some no line water colouring and attempting to colour pleats in clothing (hmmmmmm, more practice needed!).

The image is Santoro’s Gorjussย  Girl – Poppy Wood with a Tim Holtz sentiment.

Gorjuss girl Poppy Wood no line water colour

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Hannah

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13 thoughts on “The color throwdown – Gorjuss Poppy Wood

    1. Thank you and you are so kind to have noticed I had been missing from blogland for a bit. No real reason just kids and what not. I kept meaning to write a post but the days kept running away.

      Yes, pretty sure the new colours are given on a Wednesday and it finishes on an Monday. It’s fun to join in ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. I absolutely LOVE the colours you’ve used and in the places you’ve used them. They ‘make sense’ and look so right. Gorjuss can look a little (almost) Halloweeny, with their dark deep colours – but you’ve brought them into the light and made her look so spring summer. Well done Hannah. I love this!

    1. Aw, thank you so much. She can look a little too gothic at times and because of that I struggle to use the stamps much. The colour challenge is great for helping me look at my supplies in a new way.

      1. Agreed … they can look very ‘gothic’. I have trouble with them, but like the way they look. It’s a catch 22 situation. I think you’re right. The colour challenge has worked so well for you. I love it. Great Work!

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