Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Western Color Challenge at The Outlawz

Howdy Doody Pardners! It's time to get all the details for the Western Color Challenge at The Outlawz. Our theme this week is Western Rodeo.

You will need to make a project inspired by the photo on the right. Your card, layout or project should be based around a western theme. For ex: you must include red & white as the primary colors and you may also add another color of your choice. Your entry must also include a western icon such as a horse, rope, boots, lasso or even Western Font on your project. 

This challenge is part of a week long Western celebration at The Outlawz. Please check my post entitled "Hoedown Party at The Outlawz" for the complete details on prizes to win and how to participate.

Here are the prizes you can win by participating in the Western Color Challenge:
1st Place - $15 Gift Certificate - Whimsy Stamps
2nd Place - $12 Gift Certificate - A Day For Daisies
3rd Place - $10 Gift Certificate - Guylou's Inimitability
All winners will be chosen by Random.org

Card Details:
Digistamp: Sylvia by Guylou's Inimitability
Black pearls: Dollarama
Papers: Autumn Leaves and Provo

I used the following Copics:
Hair: E15, E18
Skin: E000, E00, E01, R20
Skirt, Boots, Hat: N2, N4, N7
T-Shirt: R20, R24, R29
Aura: Y21, Y23

Put on your boots and come participate in the Western Color Challenge. I bet your hat, you will love it!! You will have until February 21st at midnight to enter your project(s). Don't miss it!


Brenda said...

Guylou, this is one of the best cards ever!! Your coloring is fabulous. I love the papers you used, the twine and boot charm are the perfect touch!! Such a perfect design!!

Crystal said...

OOO this is soooo fABULOUS!!! LOVE these papers just PERFECT for this image. AWESOME Western creation1

Pryn said...

Fabulous card Guylou!!! Your coloring ROCKS girlie!!! All of the elements you added are perfect to complement that awesome image!!!

Hugs to you!

Kim Kelley said...

Love the charm and the twine. On top of loving the card of course! LOL You really got the western twang going with this card.

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