Welcome, welcome dear steampunk friends! I truly hope this post finds you and your loved ones well. As you know, we extended our last challenge due to COVID-19, and we had SO many awesome and amazing entries!! It was a joy to see all the steampunk/industrial magic you created and shared with us and each other. Thank you!
Our prize winners are drawn at random from all proper entries. Our generous friends at DecoArt Media and the lovely Glenda at Boozybear provide the amazing pries. Please note that DecoArt is slowly starting up production again, and plans to start shipping the end of May. There could easily be unforeseen delays from our wonderful sponsors. We really appreciate their support and wish all of them and their staff the best!
The fabulous bundle of DecoArt Media goodness goes to
#35 Angela of Felix the Crafty Cat
and a surprise package of awesome steampunk chipboard from Boozybear goes to
#55 Megumi aka Ink-LadyBlue
Congratulations on your prize wins, and thanks so much for joining us in our challenge with your amazing makes! Please email Claudia (vonpappe2- her address is in the sidebar) so she can forward your shipping details to Glenda and DecoArt asap. DecoArt winners, please include a phone number.
With all the awesome entries from our extended challenge, we had to go beyond a top 5. So without further ado, let me introduce our TOP 7 (in no particular order)!!
created this awesome steampunk inspired violin with some natural elements in a gorgeous patina
has created the most imaginative piece with a Funko doll.
I am sure this character has a story to tell.
built a robot out of cogs, gears and bits and added a bit of romance with that flower.
Are you thinking about all the bits you have to build with?
turned a lightbulb into a gorgeous rusty butterfly made of cogs and gears!
Look closely at all those wonderful embellishments.
is wonderfully talented at creating moving steampunk projects!
How cool is this steampunk gum ball machine?
has created a gorgeous altered boat to carry us on our journey through life!
She shares some lovely thoughts too on her post.
puts an interesting and darker twist on steampunk with her creative piece!
It's like a step back to the time of the barber surgeon.
Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you for sharing your amazing makes and awesome inspiration with all of us! Please feel free to grab the Top 5 badge from above (or the sidebar) and display it on your blog.
MANY THANKS to each and every one of you who participated in our extended challenge during these difficult times. We are so inspired by your beautiful creative work and look forward to each entry. May creativity connect us and keep us in good spirits around the globe! We look forward to your entries in our May challenge, which is open until May 31. As always, anything steampunk/industrial in mixed media is welcome.
Keep the cogs and gears of creativity turning in our little steampunk universe!
Hugs, blessings of health, and happy crafting!
Maura and the SASPC team