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Hi, Linda here from cold, cold Wisconsin! Todays' challenge...Made a card with cool colors or warm colors . Anyone living where the low temperature of the day is 32 degrees or below will use cool colors. If you live where the temperature was above 32 degrees will make a warm colored card. For a little added fun tell us what the low temperature is where you live. I'll start by saying the whole state of Wisconsin is under a winter chill warning until tomorrow late morning. This means we could easily see -30 below.
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I'm sorry, Linda - when I made this sample yesterday I didn't realise you were setting a temperature standard. It's cold, to me, if I need a hat and gloves, and I sure did regret not wearing gloves yesterday!
Our actual temperature this morning is a balmy 38F (cloudy, with rain forecast) but with a "real feel" of 26F, so I hope I'm OK to share this card.
If I have time today I'll make a hot one and warm myself up!
What a delightful challenge you've created for us today, Linda. It's also a nice way to engage everyone in conversation too - I like that! We're all getting a taste of this arctic blast aren't we. It will be interesting to see how many warm toned cards we'll see won't it? Thank you, Linda.
I'll try to have a card ready later today. See you then!
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Four but feels like negative 14 here so I'm definitely in the cool as many of you are! I love blues so I'm not complaining! I took the basic layout from the inside of a card I made yesterday and made it into a card. Stepped Up Silhouettes
Count me among the frozen! We're not used to being this cold on Cape Cod, we're generally about 10 degrees warmer than the rest of Massachusetts because we stick out into the ocean. Did you ever get the image of a certain card stuck in your mind and want to case it? Well I did, and I cased a beautiful card by Vicky Gould for this fun challenge. Here is my Cool Blues card
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Linda- great challenge- It's 34 degrees here, and since I also live in a temperate zone, I used warm colors. My stamped images come from my new stamps from Unity- this set is Every Breath- and I added an embossed background and a bow/brad combo. Here's Sending Blessings
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WI checkin' in here. I'm starting SLOW this morning. (It's almost noon) Woke up to 0 degrees and now it's 11:30 and all the way up to 5. I'm not even mentioning Wind Chill. I will be back later with my COOL colors.
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Thanks, Linda for a great challenge. We have real weather report right in our gallery. Here's my card with cool colors because we only have 7 degrees in WI where I live right now. That's probably the HIGH for the day as it's after 1:30.
Here is my card, for the, WT463, challenge. The challenge is to use warm or cool colors depending on where you live. I'm in a very cold area, wishing for spring. Thanks for the fun challenge, and thanks for looking.
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Almost 90F here today with a hot week coming. I am NEVER going to complain about the cold again having read the freezing temperatures that many of you are having. For almost 2 weeks now the weather in the USA has been our lead story on the nightly news in Melbourne.