We already had a great bunch of awesome entries and are gobsmacked by all the talent out there! And we can't get enough of it! Seeing a lot of wonderful projects entered to our challenges really is the most wonderful reward for all the love and labour that's being put into DT work, you know? So let me say a huge "THANK YOU SO MUCH!" for playing along and for creating all the amazing art you enter with our challenges!
The ladies from team B have once more risen up to this challenge and created another fab bundle of inspirational goodness for you! But before I show you their creations just let me announce this month's prize sponsor which is once again lovely Joy from Inspiration Emporium, who are giving away a generous $25 voucher for shopping with their great online store! Thank you so much, Joy!
But now on to the makes of team B! If you want to learn more about their projects just visit their blogs (by clicking their names) - and if you have a spare minute maybe leave them a comment to show them some appreciation! I am sure they will be very happy!
A challenge that is music to my ears...peeled paint and patina tinged rust was the inspiration for this weather worn creation and I loved every second of making it!
The good old days, I remember me on the old bike of my Grandma, you hear it from afar, but it works till today,
it is something special, even though already the teeth of time has gnawed on it.
My piece is also like SanDee's inspired by Andy's work with my slant on it.
I went for the time worn look with patina's, rust & decaying rust.
Why not join in with us, we would love to see your take on
this months theme.
If you like what I have created then Pop over to my blog to see
how I made it.
Niki @ Pawsitively Creative
New Patina Technique
I knew I wanted to try my hand at doing a patina effect. I came up with this technique through trial and error and lots of sprays! This altered box was ravaged by paints, gesso, inks and so much more! Texture pastes played a huge part in making this Ravaged Clock!
As this tag gave me quite a hard time (by not turning out in any way I had planned at the start) I really "ravaged" it by painting it over several times, scraping on and off paints and media, soaking it with spray paints and various pastes, collaging bits onto it and tearing them off again...until I finally was content with the outcome. (*phew!)
If you haven't seen the makes of team A yet, you find them over HERE.
Our challenge is open until the end of the month and you can enter up to three different projects. Each single (and proper) entry counts as a vote for the prize draw. Prize winner and top5 will be announced on a Saturday as usual - but this time on July 11th so there's enough time for the team to vote.
You find the inlinkz collection at the bottom of this post or also with the post from the 1st of this month when we started the challenge.
Hugs and happy crafting,
Claudia & the SASPC team