Sunday, August 26, 2012

Color Palette Soap Challenge - 1 - Just Peachy

This is week 1 of the Color Palette Soap Challenge - CPSC.  Each week I will post a color palette, you create any soap you'd like using at least 2 colors.  At the end of the week, you'll have 1 week to cut, photograph and promote your soap on your blog, business Facebook, YouTube, or Pinterest board and link it up.  When you are promoting your soap, provide a link back to this page of the challenge.  Full rules are below.  Instructions for linking up will appear on Saturday.  Let the challenge begin!

Just Peachy (although your scent does NOT need to be peach) - Inspirational palette comes from Design-Seeds, a very cool color palette site.

Just Peachy - by Design-Seeds

Instructions for CPSC:

  1. Sunday the color palette is posted.
  2. You have 1 week to create a soap using at least 2 colors in the palette, as close as you are able to get the color.  It's soap, I understand there are some limitations.
  3. Use any recipe, any coloring ingredient, in any soap medium - cold process, hot process, melt and pour
  4. Additional colors are not allowed except for neutrals - black, white, grey, tan, ivory, shimmery gold, shimmery silver (you can post them, but I will only feature soaps following the palette)
  5. Photograph your cut soap and promote it on your blog, business Facebook,YouTube or Pinterest boards with a link back to the current color palette (this page), so others can find us and join in, too.  It would be really cool if you tell everyone how you created your colors (perhaps I can compile a color formulary for everyone)
  6. Saturday the InLinkz goes live for 1 week. 
  7. You have 1 week to post your photo on this blog linking to your blog, Facebook,YouTube or Pinterest pin (that way everyone can find you on the net)
  8. When the challenge ends, I'll pick 3-5 creative soaps from the InLinkz for the week and post them to this blog as featured artisans.
  9. I'll add featured artisans and others that catch my eye to my Pinterest board so others can see what you have made using the color palette.
  10. Have some soapy fun!


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2 comments:

  1. Hello,
    I just post my soap on my blog http://dezeepkeuken.blogspot.nl/
    is this al I do?

    Best regards,
    Miranda

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  2. Miranda, your soap is gorgeous. I love the color and the clean look...very sophisticated. Thanks for the link to your blog. I am now following you. You'll show up on my blog roll soon.

    On Saturday a link up with instructions will be posted. You'll link your photo/blog there so everyone can click to get to find you. It's very easy and that link back to your blog should help you get more followers. :-)

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