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Mon 1-21 3 photos 3 colors

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I mis-read the challenge this morning and thought we were supposed to use 3 PAPERS, so I put together a background from Classic Beauty Patterns, Digi Doer paper; and Art Journal inspirations paper.

Then I realized the layout was supposed to be confined to 3 COLORS. :o I didn't want to change my background, so I'm declaring my 3 colors to be green, yellow, and rusty orange. Please pretend those are the only colors you see here. :lol: These photos were taken in 2008, but I'm obviously in a spring mood. TFL.

 

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I swear I only see 3 colors! Beautiful layout. Love th way the ivy trails down and across the page. Fabulous job weaving the ribbon through the leaves.

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Love, love, love! the colors! Prettiest palette of three I can imagine! :) The ivy looks so fresh and lovely, and the diagonal layout is quite effective. Thanks for sharing a breath of fresh air!

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Brng on Spring! Love the layout and the fresh colors. Beautiful photos. I would say yellow, green and white... just gorgeous! TFS and taking part in the challenge.

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Oh Diane - how lovely. Super awesome background blending - just gorgeous and I love how soft hints of color show through the pattern. Your photos are stunning and the background help them pop even more. The vines running though the page look almost 3D and like I can touch them. Lovely layout.

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I only see three - and just so there are no arguments with you and Andrea... let's call it 2 colours lol! You truly have blending down pat... wonderful work! And yes, those flowers sure are spring like - you show them off perfectly.

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With such beautiful layout you forget to count the colours. I would have thought this was one paper, great job on blending them so well.

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