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SEPTEMBER 2016 "White with a Twist" Challenge....

Welcome to our September 2016 "White with a Twist" Challenge..
The challenge is to use all the colours as seen in this colour inspiration photo...
WHITE Strawberry Red/Pink, Mango/Orange, and a little Lemon/yellow.
Create a layout inspired by ALL the colours in this photo and you MUST USE AT LEAST ONE PIECE OF CHIPBOARD (as Scrapping Outback is known for ALL its Chippie)
You must use White combined with the colours in the above photo. You can use printed paper as long as these colours are the main focus of the paper. There can be other colours on the paper, bit not too much so that it takes away from the colours in the inspiration photo.
You can use anything the create these colours like mists, inks and paints.
You can use a small amount of black/brown for a little stamping, inking, journaling or just small accent, however it is NOT to be the main focus of your layout UNLESS it is one of the main colours in the inspiration photo.
You can use as little or a lot of each colour, but EVERY colour or similar shade of colour MUST be used. You can use varied shades of the colours as in depends on the device you are viewing the image on as to what shades you see. 
Create a layout following the above criteria then simply follow the instructions below.
  After you have created your layout for the challenge simply upload it to your BLOG, Online Gallery or Facebook page (make sure your facebook page is open for all to view, otherwise we cant see it) - Make sure you mention Scrapping Outback and link your image/post back to our challenge :)
Then add your DIRECT challenge link to us using the "Mr Linky" application on the right hand side of our BLOG.
Once of have done the above and if you are on FB, simply go to the Scrapping Outback Facebook page and let us know that you have entered our challenge - you can link directly back to your own Blog or FB page as well so we can ALL go and check out your challenge entry.
Out of courtesy, please link your challenge entries back to the Scrapping Outback BLOG challenge and be sure to give credit to the Scrapping Outback challenge so you can help spread the word :)
Please use your creation for our judged challenge only - if you choose to use your layout  for other judged challenges as well, you will NOT be eligible for the Scrapping outback prize
You are still welcome to enter your creation if the other challenge is an inspiration challenge ONLY  and NOT a judged challenge where a prize is given.
Thank you and Good luck!!
DUE DATE: 3oth September 2016 11.59pm

 Prize: $15 Shop voucher to spend in store for the winning layout as chosen by our design team :)

To help get you inspired for this months challenge, here are a few samples from our design team girls... 

Firstly we have Karen McLaughlin with her gorgeous creation...
 Products Used:
2 Crafty Foliage Set 3 
 2 Crafty Beaded Hanging Heart Set 
2 Crafty Decorative Rod Set 2 
Karens Tip - A little splatter of watered down acrylic paint helps the coordinating colours you've used pop off the page.

Next up we have Rachelle Minett's layout, once again using lots of Ken Oliver Colour burst products...
Rachelle has also provided you with a bit of a step by step for her layout.
Products Used:
Stamps - Bo Bunny "Stitches", MME - "the sweetest thing"and "Find your wings", Pink Paislee - "Butterfly garden" and "Parisian Anthology", Prima - "Rust and Dust"
Texture Paste with TCW - Mini circles template
Prima Flowers
Kaiser flowers
Chipboard flourish - Corner Swirl  
Ken Oliver Color Bursts - Alizarin crimson, Fushia, Tangerine and Lemon yellow
 Here are a few step by step photos of Rachelle's Layout using the Ken Oliver Color Burst powders...
 Start by stamping your images onto plain white cardstock using a waterproof ink

Using a plastic palette container add water and a few puffs of the Ken Oliver Color burst powder until you are happy with the colour depth. Paint onto the stamped images - let them dry, then cut them out.

These are the colours that Rachelle used

To create the background, spray water over Bazzil swiss dot cardstock. Using a paint brush paint the colours onto the background - the water will help the colours the blend and move around. Tilt the cardstock up and down to help the colours the spread, add more colour and water if needed. If you need to add more intensity, simply add some extra colour puffs directly the the background and let it also spread. If there is too much water, just dab off the excess with a paper towel. Continue to build up the colours until you are happy with the look. It will look heaps better when it dries.

 Don't be afraid to simply add more water and colour if needed.Every background will be totally different - that's the fun part!!
 Once dry, add your texture paste and other cut out elements....
 We hope you like the Design team creations and are a little inspired to have a go yourself with these gorgeous colours:) 
 Happy Scrapping from the Scrapping Outback Team!
We had some amazing entries this month - check them out below.....
The winner this month is No:3 Jane Howden - Congratulations!!!



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