Thursday, February 6, 2014

Mark's Finest Papers Color Challenge 9

It's time for this week's MFP SpeedyTV Color Challenge.  This challenge  is open to all types of paper crafts, including scrapbook pages. Each week we have a color or colors that you have to incorporate in your project. and you must use stamp(s) on the project.

This week's challenge colors are Turquoise and Orange.  Feel free to use any shades of these colors.

Today's page features a photo of me with my brother Tony and my God brother Adam taken in August 1967.  I haven't the slightest memory of what was going on at the time, but the expressions on all our faces are priceless.  My stamps are from the MFP Zoo Friends set.

The guidelines for the color challenge are simple:
1. Use the challenge colors as your main colors.  You can use any shades or hues of the challenge colors.
2. You can add any neutral colors (browns, grays, white, cream, kraft etc.) that you wish.
3. You can use an accent color in addition to the challenge colors, but it must be an accent only and not one of the main colors.
4. You must use stamps on your project.

You can use any type of stamps you wish, but if you use Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co stamps, you will be entered twice for a chance to win our weekly stamp prize.   We start our weekly challenge every Thursday, and there's a new stamp prize each week so be sure to stop back by.

This week, one blessed winner will receive our Covered Bridge (regular) stamp set...

I can't wait to see what you create for this week's challenge.  To be eligible to win, be sure to link your project to MFP SpeedyTV Color Challenge 9 and mention MFP SpeedyTV Color Challenge in your blog post.  If you use MFP stamps on your project please note that in your post as well.  You have until 9:00 PM on Wednesday, February 12th to link up your project.

Thanks for stopping by.  Blessings to you!


  1. Adorable picture and sweet layout. That elephant and sentiment is so cute. Hugs

  2. Lovely lay out Gemiel - I love your colour choice for this page. I had to enlarge the picture to see what you were talking about - and yes - those expressions were classic!

  3. What a sweet LO! The photo is quite the treasure!