There are so many challenges and play-alongs out there in bloglandia that it's hard to pick and choose which ones to do. Mandarin Orange Monday, Glue It Tuesday, Wordless Wednesday, Paint Party Friday, Show & Tell Saturday, Sunday Stills. I'm sure there's one for Thursday - I just can't think of it.
One that looked like enough fun to actually get me to join in is the Summer of Color over on Twinkle Twinkle. Each week the participants vote on the next week's color combo from a list of options. So you can vote for your fave, and also anticipate which one it might end up being as you look at the list. By the time this week's colors were announced - citron and turquoise - I'd completely forgotten which one I'd voted for. But I like prompts, regardless of the color choices, so I got to work.
Since I have a million and one gelli prints, they're my go-to when I need to rustle up a project. I rummaged around the gelli box and pulled out 6 or 7 likely ones, then found a piece of scrapbook paper in citron for my background. I scored some heavy cardboard circles in the close-out bin at Michaels one day and decided to make a round abstract postcard. So I did.