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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Scribbles Designs Challenge #36 Christmas: Non-Traditional Colours

Scribbles Designs Challenge #36
Christmas: Non-Traditional Colours

While Christmas is knows for its bright reds, brilliant greens and sparkling golds and silvers, there are many other wonderful colours that can represent Christmas just as beautifully.  This month we'd like to see a Christmas themed creation using non traditional colours.  It is time to bring out the blues, pinks, purples or other non-traditional colour palettes and give your Christmas project a different kind of hue.

And we thank you for spending some time here on our spot in blog-land. We're excited to showcase our talented women & their incredible creative work.  We think that you will enjoy the Scribbles Designs images 
and the creative direction that ensues.  

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Top Scribbler receives $10 worth of digital images, winner's choice 
Top 3 receives $3 worth of digital images
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Let's get your creative juices flowing with our awesome talented Design Team...



using Elves At Work



using Snowheads 2




Enter Scribbles Designs Challenge #35 Non Traditional Colours here...


  1. Lovely DT projects, and no red & green in sight! Thanks for sharing!
    Helen x

  2. Beautiful DT creations - these challenges are always fun - TFS and for having the challenges


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