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All Done (June 2017 Color and Foodie Challenges) posted Jun 5, 2017
by Tammey

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For the Color Challenge using 50% white, this is what I came up with. I used white cardstock, white doily, white alphas and white enamel dots. I combined with the Foodie Challenge.

For the Foodie Challenge for:
grill marks-diagonal stripes
grilled onions-8 circle elements
veggie skewers-askew photo
For the bonus I used-yellow(punched circle, enamel dots),white(enamel dot),green(pinwheel). I combined with the Color Challenge.

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linda m.
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5/20/18 3:35 pm
I like the colors and black accents. Pretty edged doily.


abartlett321
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9/18/17 9:58 pm
Cute!! Love the color combo!


LoreenC
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6/25/17 5:45 pm
Great LO !! The colors are really nice & I like the doiley and the pp at bottom with the tape marks!


emmapaige
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6/9/17 12:09 pm
Love how you colored the edge of your doily and the banner strips.


shoorn
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6/8/17 5:42 pm
Great work combining the 2 challenges! Love the inked edge of the doily!


Deanna13
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6/8/17 11:10 am
I like how you inked the edge of your doily, Tammey.


Rozebud
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6/6/17 7:31 pm
I really really liuke the way you mixed stripes! It's colorful yet soft at the same time. Thanks for entering the Foodie Challenge


blbabe1234
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6/6/17 3:52 pm
WTG on combining these challenges. Love the patterns on your paper and the doily