January Challenge #1 - Color palette


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All members that participate, can everyone PLEASE ensure that you read all the rules
for this challenge so that you can claim your challenge points. Thank you!

Hello and happy new year to all of you!

I am delighted to start the year with you with this challenge. Since we always come out of the holidays a little tired, I chose a very simple challenge.
I was shocked by the images of the Arctic storm that hit the US recently, so I chose this color palette that reminds me of the polar cold.
Your mission is to use at least 3 colors from this palette, to which you can add black and white. I leave you free to choose the theme of your page.
One last instruction: have fun!


and my page as an example

- use at least 3 colors from this palette, to which you can add black and white.
- Please use 80% Oscraps products that are currently in the store.
- Non-Oscraps products or retired O designer products can be used whether the designer is selling elsewhere or not.
- You need to credit all the products used on your layout.
- Your layout can not be used for more than one challenge.
- Your page must be posted in the Challenge 1 gallery by midnight PST January 31st 2023 and linked back to this thread (see below on how to add your linked layout).
- And do not forget to update the CURRENT MONTH'S TRACKING THREAD to be eligible for your coupon.

Adding a linked layout from the Gallery to a thread:
1. Upload your layout to the gallery first. In your forum post click the Gallery Embed icon (little camera).
2. This will open your gallery, simply click on the layout you require, then scroll down to the bottom of the screen and click the Continue button.
3. Your linked layout is now in your post, the image will appear once you have clicked the Post Reply button.
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Not a beautiful day for our drive to this month's cabin, and snow sky. I went for the moodiness, but in the end needed to add back in a bit of the yellows after I used the gradient map. Thanks for the challenge! :cool: