Monday, 2 July 2012

Red, Yellow and Blue

Hi, we have a new Monthly theme starting this week here at Make My Monday.  All month long, our hostess, Mynnette, would like to focus on colour by  using the colour wheel.  For our first week, we'll be focused on PRIMARY COLOURS.  Primary colours are colours that cannot be created using other colours, but instead are used to create the many colours we have in our world.  This week we'd like to see creations using the three primary colours: RED, YELLOW AND BLUE. White or cream are the neutrals that are allowed in this challenge.  You may stamp lined images and sentiments in either black or brown, but solid images should be stamped in primary colours. Check out the wonderful examples from the Design Team and welcome to our GTD Buttons this month.
Being honest, I really wasn't sure what to do at first, then I started to put the brain in thinking mode instead of panic mode. What is blue? What is Yellow? What is Red? Yes, lots of answers but I went with my first thoughts. Blue - Sky, well it's supposed to be at this time of year, Yellow - Sand - I love the beach, and Red - a boat. The blue sky was created with Tumbled Glass, the sea with Broken China, Distress Inks, the sand with Mustard Seed DI and the Boat was stamped with Fire Brick Red DI
Stamps used:-
Clouds - Inidgo Blu
Birds - Inkylicious
Sand markings and the boat Creative Expressions - Coast set.
I look forward to vising your blogs to see your Red, Yellow, and Blue creations over the next week. 


  1. Hi you have done a fabulous job it's gorgeous love the scene. Caroline xxx

  2. Love where you went with this. That red boat is really striking. Looking forward to seeing you entries for the rest of the month to see where else your imagination takes you. Thanks for the welcome. Hugs, Buttons x

  3. Caz, I adore this! I never would've thought "beach scene" + "primary colors" would = such a gorgeous card! LOVE this! :)

  4. This is just lovely Caz and very clever to make a scene using these colours.

  5. A really gorgeous and totally peaceful looking scene Caz. Love it!
    Hugs, Fliss xx