Welcome to a brand new challenge here at The Mixed Media Card Challenge! For our challenge this month, the theme is HARVEST BASKET, and optional element: FRUIT. Work with however you interpret the theme: feature a basket in your card, use colors reminiscent of autumn/fall, include things that you would put in your own basket, and so on. We hope you'll have a go at creating a mixed media card that follows the theme with or without fruit. The team can't wait to see what beauties you'll be linking up!
HOW TO PLAY
1. Create a mixed media CARD based on the theme, with or without the optional element.
2. Display the challenge graphic on your blog post and link back to this challenge post.
3. You may enter as many times as you want, as long as each entry is different.
4. You may combine a maximum of 7 challenges (6 other challenges plus ours).
5. Submit your projects by September 25, 11:55 p.m. Pacific time.
Three toned stamped pears, transparent rhinestones coloured with alcohol markers, spray ink splatters, stamped sentiment.
Homemade stencil, masking fluid, water-coloring, tinted embossing paste, stamped sentiment.
Watercolor, distress inking, die cutting, splatters.
Distress Inks, Clear Embossing Paste, hessian, gold mica spray, Glossy Accents
Base watercolor paper (5x5"), Primary Elements from ColourArte, The Crafter's Workshop Stencils, Clearly Besotted Stamps.
Masking fluid for covering the layered stamped image. Distress inks, water splashes, stamped patterns. Gold colour crackle paste. Alcohol markers for colouring.
Dry Embossing, Heat Embossing, Watercoloring with Spectrum Aqua Markers, Washi Tape, Splatter, Stickers
Distress Ink background with gold texture paste, image colored with Spectrum Noir alcohol makers and Distress Markers, vellum, twine, and embossing.
Stamping, sponging, dye inks, Zig markers, vellum and wood
A friendly reminder: We are a CARD challenge, therefore please only submit card projects (no layouts, altered projects, ATCs, etc.).
Wow. The design team made some amazing cards. I'm too late to join, but the cards and beautiful.ReplyDelete