May 172017
 

Good morning, crafty friends! I hope you are all having a good week. I am happy to say that at long last things are looking up around here… After too many days of grey skies, cool temps and rain, the sun is making an appearance and it’s warming up too. And we still won’t know if Bill’s meds are working until he has his next EKG on Friday, but he seems to be feeling better either way. I can tell because he’s back to his usual smart aleck self! Haha!! And best of all we finally got caught up on the backlog of orders from when Bill was in the hospital. Hallelujah… I think I’m ready for a little happy dance!!

Today here at “The House” it’s time to introduce a new Inspiration Palette Challenge. This challenge is a fun cross between our previous Photo Inspiration Challenges and our Color Challenges. Below I have posted a photograph with a corresponding color palette so that you can choose to find your inspiration in whichever suits you best… or both!

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Check out all these fabulous interpretations created by our design team Rock Stars.

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“Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717” creation by Laurie Unger.
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“Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717” creation by Deonna Bemish.
Visit Deonna’s blog

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“Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717” creation by Heather Mills.
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“Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717” creation by Joy Hadden.
Visit Joy’s blog

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“Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717” creation by Patti Gilliam.
Visit Patti J’s blog

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“Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717” creation by Donna Thielker.
Visit Donna’s blog

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“Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717” creation by Shirley Hotop.
Visit Shirley’s blog

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“Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717” creation by Cheri Weston.
Visit Cheri’s blog

And now it’s your turn! The rules are really simple… Remember, your creation doesn’t have to be made with Repeat Impressions stamps, but if you would like to include our designs we would really love to see them! 😀 Plus you will get an additional entry in our random.org drawing for using our stamps in your submissions! Simply create something using the palette above as your inspiration, upload your card to your blog or Splitcoast gallery, then link it here to this post by clicking on the little blue button below.

We will be accepting submissions to this Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717 until 5pm EST on Tuesday, May 23rd. All participants will be automatically entered into our random drawing. Then on May 24th we’ll be kicking off the next challenge in our monthly rotation… a super fun Anything Goes Challenge! We’ll announce our May challenges winner here on the first Wednesday of next month. One lucky person will win a $25 Repeat Impressions Gift Certificate!

So what are you waiting for?! Why not play along with us and start stamping up a card now. We can’t wait to see your creations! When you are ready to share your card, please add the direct link to your entry using the link button below. And please be sure to provide a link back here and reference Repeat Impressions Inspiration Palette Challenge ~ M1717 in your blog or gallery posting.

Don’t forget… Take part in one weekly challenge or all of them. The more you play along, the more chances you have to win! Each submission enters you in the drawing for our gift certificate. And you don’t always have to use our stamps in your creations, but we will reward you if you do. Each submission using a Repeat Impressions stamp will earn you an additional entry in the drawing!

Thank you so much for visiting here with us today. We hope you’ve found lots to inspire you and look forward to seeing your challenge creation linked here soon. And please be sure to drop by again on Monday when RI Rock Star, Joy Hadden will be hosting and sharing her Project of the Week with us.

Until the next time… happy stamping!

Wendy
Repeat Impressions

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