Sunday, 9 October 2011

Sunday Stamper - Week 175 - This Wheel's On Fire

Goodly Morning Stampers and a happy Sunday to you all. First of all, many many thanks for the wonderful Mojo-themed entries last week... I certainly appreciated all those hints and tips too :O)) The theme this week has been chosen by Gillian... who, along with me, was totally inspired after attending a fab class with Dina Wakley on Friday. Dina taught us about the principals of the Colour Wheel, primary, secondary and tertiary colours and how they work together. So... to narrow the challenge theme down, Gillian has chosen for the theme to be using the colours BLUE & ORANGE together. The challenge is open to all, tis easy to join in - simply make a little something, add in the theme and some stamping, leave a comment for me here with a link to the place you are showing your entry and I can hop on over to see you. The theme will remain open until 23:00 Saturday October 15th 2011.

So... my entry is actually some of the pages of the mini book I made in class. I am not going into detail about how I achieved the looks on the pages because they aren't my design to waffle on about and it wouldn't be fair to Dina... however, I will say... I LOVE HER STAMPS! And now I need them all lol

If you ever get the chance to take a class with Dina... go for it... she is an amazing teacher, really chilled out and hilarious... and she had a way of getting me to learn this stuff... believe me when I say I am thick when it comes to anything to do with art and colour and now I know about the colour wheel and how it works!

That there is a Colour Wheel... and you will see that the primary colour is blue... and the secondary or complimentary colour is orange... which is why the work together so well. I can't wait to see the things that you make... I am going to go off and have a play and make something else using these principals. Right, enough of the old waffle from me... time to get painty and inky again... thanks for looking... TTFN

Hels x


Helen said...

So jealous of you being at the Dina Wakley class, love your book pages. Really hope I will get time to play this week - depends on Mum obviously.

Joanne said...

I can't really believe you were taught anything because you are so clever with everything you make and have a natural eye for colour combos. However, I'm not going to argue 'cos I know nowt.
Hugs Joanne xx

Alison Horne said...

Ooh! georgeous pages and one of my favourite colour combos.x

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Wonderful book pages.

Kaz Hall said...

Ooooh love the colours!! Sounds like you had a wonderful time......wish I could of been there but that pesky place called work just gets in the rude! Hope u get this comment mr blogger not liking me at the mo love this Hels.....gorgeous x x

Gillian .... said...

Hey hun, thanks for having me, I had a fab two days, Dina was awesome and thanks for letting me choose this weeks theme:) xxx

I love how everyones pages turned out ... amazing work.

Here's mine:

Helen said...

Ok, here it is. Chose to use the orange as my main colour, hope that's not breaking the rules!

PsyPenguin said...

Ooh, those pages are great, I'm really starting to covet those Dina Wakley stamps :0)
Here's my entry ( second tag - I promise the tree is blue not black!)

Cath Wilson said...

This one's blue and orange - amongst other colours - but I'll do another one later, soon as I've finished cooking. Love what you did!

Cath x

whyducks said...

These pages are amazing Hels. Loving the colours together.

Jacqueline said...

LOVE those pages! I have ALWAYS wanted to try something like that! Sadly that puts my little entry to shame I think! lol

Anyway here's my attempt this week! Nothing major this time because I just hate the colour Orange!!

Take care

Jackie x

Cath Wilson said...

More blue and orange - been playing ;)

StampDancer said...

I giggled when I saw the colour choice as I had finished another project Thursday evening in blue and orange. But I started fresh with new inspiration from you and Gillian!
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BarbaraW said...

Your pages are wonderful. You can see what I came up with here:

Anonymous said...

Such a creative and artistic idea, how you did it?

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Maggie said...

Loving your pages and I love blue and orange combo so here is my Tag

Happy travels


Sue West said...

It looks as though you had a fab time at Dina's class, I love your mini book.
I think blue and orange is one of my favorite colour combinations, although I'm being a bit cheeky with this tag as you have to look quite hard to find the blue.
Sue x

Alison said...

Wasn't it a brilliant class Hels?! Love how your book turned out, mine still needs some tweaking, but I used some of Dina's techniques on a card. Here it is! xxx

Lisa :) said...

Here's my entry, what a great challenge!!!!

Gabrielle said...

Oh how jealous am I? Dina one week, Wendy the next! Have an amazing time! Here's my attempt this week x

Rainbow Lady said...

Here is my card hope you like it
thanks for looking
Have a good trip
Love Cynthia x

Artyjen said...

Hiya! Great pages :)
Like Sue W mine is more orange and blue than blue and orange!!! LOL
Here it is.
xoxo Sioux

Mandy Makes and Mends said...

Hi hels
Am very jelous that you are stateside. Hope your having a great time. I loved this book it is not a thing i have thought about trying but now that i have seen it would like a go....
I managed to join in the fun this week and made a tag
dont eat to many cheesers !!

Nicks said...

had a play - was very good and did it last monday but couldn't post till today because it would have mucked up Lily's Friday Challenge!

Alison Horne said...

Heres my entry, hope you are having a fabby time.xx

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