Good morning, we're back with lots of inspiration for you again this week. If you're here to add your entry to the challenge just click here to go to the linky. As always our DT have been working their magic and have created some awesome projects but before we check them out its time to announce the winner and Top 3 from challenge 27. A massive thank you to everyone who played along, we had some stunning entries!!
The lucky winner, as chosen by Random.org is
Congratulations!! Email us (details in sidebar) quoting your snail mail details and your winners code (which is PPRW27001) and we'll have your prize winging its way to you ASAP.
Now this time around top 3 honours go to:
Terry, for this weeks inspiration I made a Notebook, yep the vintagy way....so that's my way lol...I worked on the background with Gesso, When it was dry I colored it with the Pearlescent Orangy PanPastel. Than I placed the Roses Stencil from DD on top of the Notebook and played with Light Modelling Paste. I dried it with the Heattool, took me way to long to wait untill it was dry, so heattool on it and I chose the Metallic brown PanPastel to color the roses a bit to make it look even more vintagy. Another Layer of Pearlescent PanPastel. Than I started decorating the Notebook, I love vintagy so I chose a Vintage girl image, Underneith the image I worked with lace and I placed some Sweetheart Blossoms. I colored them with Iridescent Paste and glued them on the Notebook. And last but not least I wrapped a piece of rope around the Notebook and wanted to place one word on it. And a little butterfly to finish my project for this weeks inspiration. You want to see more pictures, come on over to my blog by clicking on my name.
Claire C I've made a little box on a stand using Stampbord and my PanPastels this week. Stampbord is really sturdy so its great for making boxes, I just used strong PVA glue to stick the decorated Stampbord squares together to create this. The Stampbord tools are perfect for creating highlights on your projects.
Katie I have made a mixed media card by using Magenta and Blue Pan Pastels to create a textured background.
I first blended Magenta with a little Blue and used it to colour the blank card base before applying a stencil. I then rubbed more of the Pastels over the stencil.
The image is coloured with Sepia and gold inks to create a metallic look
I then added the layers and placed the image over the top
Click here to go to the challenge post and add your project to the linky!
We'll be back next week with a fun new challenge .