Thursday, July 5, 2012

Olympic Inspiration for Friday Mashup

It's the first Friday of July, summer is just rolling along! I hope my Canadian friends had a wonderful Canada Day on July 1st, and I hope all the US folks had a fun 4th of July!

Today's Friday Mashup is also in the vein of celebration...we are celebrating the summer Olympics! DT member Amy is bringing us the challenge and since she is in the UK she is really seeing the buzz surrounding the London Olympics.

Amy wants us to create a project using the colors of the Olympic rings( we suggest  Marina Mist, Basic Black, Daffodil Delight, Wild Wasabi & Real Red but any colors that are close will work), make a project using multiple circles or mash it up and create a project with circles that uses the colors of the Olympic rings!

Be sure to head over to The Friday Mashup and check out all the great projects from the DT team. I love how we all interpreted the challenge, and I'd love to see how YOU interpret the challenge!
  1. Make a project with "The Olympic Colour Combination of Marina Mist, Basic Black, Daffodil Delight, Wild Wasabi & Red."
  2. Or Make a Project using "Multiple Circles."
  3. Or "Mash it Up" and create a project with the "Olympic Color Combo and Multiple Circles."



  1. Love your card Lisa - so bright and cheery! Those coloured circles against the embossed circles in the background look great! Love the two different colours of ribbon too...

  2. Very pretty card: love all those colors. I'm hoping to participate this week: finally home after almost a month. My stamping room in calling my name!

  3. I really like how you used all the colours in this card - and that embossed background is fab!

  4. Love how you used the black to make the other colors POP! Great card!

  5. This card is just fabulous! I love the polka-dot circles that you used and the layered labels! Thanks for sharing such a great card!

  6. Beautiful card Lisa! I love how those circles look on that embossed background.

  7. Wow great use of the challenge colors.. they really pop against the background.


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