A New Challenge At Time Out – #108 – We Challenge You To Be: Wild!

Hello … bonjour!  Our wonderful new challenge starts this morning at Time Out … this fortnight … We Challenge You To Be … Wild!   Here’s where I went with the theme …

Time OutYep, wild flowers … in luscious blue and teal hues with a touch of minty green.  Winnie & Walter provided all the elements of this design … the blooms (In Bloom: Victoria’s Very Merry Flowers), the dotty grey background (Mini Scenery: Spotty) and the sentiment (Sentimental: Birthday) … and I added a scattering of Nuvo Grey Mist Jewel Drops.Where will our challenge take your creative imagination … to wild things, as mine did … to a wild colour palette … to a wild design … or somewhere else?  Wherever it takes you, we’d love to see what you create!  This time round, we’re sponsored by Winnie & Walter (thanks, Shay!) … our  winner, as voted for by the DT will receive a $25 GC from the store … and as usual, will be invited to guest design with us in a future challenge.  All the details are over at Time Out, along with plenty of fabulous inspiration from our wonderful DT … and from our uber talented Guest Designer, my delightful friend (and probably yours too!), Darnell.  You already know and love her … why not pop over to see her and let her know that!

I’m playing along at …

Addicted to Stamps & More – Clean and Simple (If it’s not CAS enough, ladies, please delete!)

SSS Monday – Flower Power

SSS Wednesday – Anything Goes

Winnie & Walter Rerun – Big, Bold & Baby … don’t own this set, inspired by Gayatri (below)

Winnie & Walter April Colour Combo – Grey, Teals, Blue, Green (below)

Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy!  Anita 🙂

                   

         
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28 thoughts on “A New Challenge At Time Out – #108 – We Challenge You To Be: Wild!

  1. Bobby

    I love wildflowers, Anita, and you’ve created a wonderful bouquet of them. I love the ‘wild’ polka dots too. Thanks for sharing your card with us at Addicted to Stamps and More.

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  2. Michele

    I have just the [brand new un-inked] set to follow your lead, Anita… now to find a little time to play cards along with you!
    LOve the dots, and the colors, and the blooms… oh, I love everything your heart touches, my friend!
    =]

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  3. Conil

    I do believe I have those wildflowers in my back yard. The certainly look beautiful on your card and I’m simply in love with the color palette you chose. Soft blues, greens and greys…right up my proverbial alley. Hope you’re doing well my friend. I’m off to check out Darnell’s contribution.

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  4. Brenda Lawrence

    What a beautiful card Anita. I love the beautiful colors you chose for those wildflowers. Such a soft and elegant card. Hugs Brenda

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  5. BarbGhig

    Your wildflowers are gorgeous and a clever take on the challenge theme, Anita! LOVE your color palette and those fun gray dots in the background really ‘sing’ with your CAS design! Such a pretty card, my friend!

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  6. hobbitnoll

    Oh I LOVE those wildflowers and the gray dots on the background!!! Such lovely design!!! I need to play with this challenge I think!!

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  7. Pat

    What delightfully pretty card Anita and a great idea to use wild flowers to interpret the theme. I love the colours you have used and the soft grey dots go beautifully in the background, and a great sentiment too. I will try and put an entry in this time. x

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  8. djkardkreations

    How great this is, Anita! I never even thought of wild flowers and now I’m like, well, d’uh, of course!!! I love your cornflower blue bouquet and would love to pick them wild and put them in a vase on the table! Awesome background, too! Thank you for those very kind and loving words, my friend! It’s a pleasure to be guesting with you!! LYAMYMA! IETSYS! Hugs, Darnell

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  9. susannev2014

    Your flowers look wonderful on the slanted panel! I especially love the grey dots in the background! Lovely card!

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  10. quilterlin

    Beautiful blues, Anita, and the bias cutting adds a nice touch! Thank you for sharing this with us for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

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  11. Mac Mable

    Great interpretation of the ‘Wild’ theme with your beautiful wild flowers. The colour combination of the blues, teals and greys is wonderful. Fabulous CAS card x

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  12. Jeanne

    Beautiful card, Anita. Love your take on the theme. The flowers are so very pretty! Great cluster. What a neat visual design as well, with the angles and then the dotty background. A wonderful feast for the eyes! Thanks so much for sharing! Hugs!

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  13. Lisa Kind

    I was trying to figure out how your card fit with the challenge…then I read your description. Very clever indeed! This is a gorgeous card!

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  14. Claire A

    Of course, wildflowers…wouldn’t have thought of that! I am loving that spotty background you’ve created…it kind of fits with the wild theme as it reminds me of a cheetah!

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  15. Jill Vickers

    I love your take on the theme – I hadn’t even thought of wild flowers – genius take! Your card is as gorgeous as always – I love your spotted background and the diagonal strip- great design.And your flowers are equally magnificent!

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  16. lollthompson

    Wildflowers … how clever, Anita!! And they are gorgeous! Love the spotty background. What a beautiful and fun design. xx

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  17. barbara

    Simple and so beautiful, love the blue flowers, they pop out of the background! Thanks for joining us this week on Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! barbara

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  18. Stephanie L

    I am so late to the commenting party, Anita, but just had to let you know how much I love this card. What a great take on the challenge. I never thought wild FLOWERS. I love to see where these challenges take us. Love the color palate and those wonderful dots. Hugs, Stephanie

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  19. Cathy R

    Gorgeous card Anita, love these pretty colours, I too wouldn’t have thought of wild flowers! Cathy x

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  20. Cornelia (fun stamping)

    That is an interesting interpretation of the queue word! Would never have thought of this! Fabulous card!

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  21. Nonni

    Your wild flowers look beautiful and you’ve used my favorite color! The dotty background looks very unique and adds a lot of interest.

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