Welcome to Our Creative Corner.Susan here again to inspire you for another week, with some dazzling creativity not just from me but from my teamies as well.
Before I get into the business of explaining the Challenge for this week, I have a little gripe! And I can honestly say I do not gripe often, but today I am going to have a gripe!
So please read the post!
Total number of Challenges you are allowed to enter is:
FOUR, including ours!
Last week we had some amazing entries and I was impressed at the talent and quality of work that was on display, it was exciting for me to see such wonderful backgrounds, and very inspiring, and there were many winners, but every-time I thought 'this is the one' I had to disqualify because the entrant had participated in too many Challenges!!!
It was so disappointing.
It is a rule that we have made of late and it has to be adhered to .......... Please follow this rule we have set, enter your amazing projects and have the chance to be our next Top Talent, where your Blog and creations will be spotlighted.
Now back to the good stuff.
Here is the next challenge:
Foil and Alcohol Inks!
The technique of dripping Alcohol Inks onto Foil has an amazing effect.
The item you make can be anything; a free standing decoration, or an element to place onto your project, experiment and have some fun, it is getting close to the silly season, so why not let go and free all those inhibitions and let rip with some colour!
Be inspired now by the design team, that I have the privilege to work with.
Foil Doily with Alcohol Inks applied.
Lisa - You Made Me Ink!
Foil sky, roof, tree and ground snow with Alcohol Inks and Gesso
Christina - Dot Dot Stamping Designs
Flowers have been die cut from foil and then coloured using Alcohol inks.
Paula - Scrap Addict's Attic
Banner Die Cut upside-down from Tin, Embossed, then colored with Alcohol Inks & Glimmer Glaze
Meihsia Liu - Simply Paper Crafts
Kim Price - Inkognito
Irena Kowalczyk/Rudlis - love, life and crafts
Liliana Inguanti-Garcia- Stampin from home
Linda Coughlin - The Funkie Junkie
Sharon Wheet - Designs by Sharon
This sounds like such a fun challenge!! Unfortunately I do not have any alcohol inks. I look forward to seeing what everyone comes up with!!ReplyDelete
interesting technique, they look different in a good way.ReplyDelete
sorry you're having trouble with the # of challenges. I don't think I've joined in on yours lately because of that rule, but if I forgot and am guilty, I extend my apologies.
I've entered your challenge for the first time today, having been pointed in your direction by a crafting pal. I'm assuming the challenge closes on November 23rd and NOT the 16th as stated though.ReplyDelete
So much amazing inspiration from the DT this week. Love what you have all done here. Hugs, Buttons xReplyDelete
Thank you! I had forgotten how much I love playing with the challenge technique!. Looking at the extraordinary Design team examples was also a real treat.ReplyDelete
Thank you for once again a lovely challenge and great inspiration from the DT!ReplyDelete
die amelie xx
Another wonderful challenge, and I made it on time this week, if only just lolReplyDelete
Fabulous samples from the DT as always.
Cool challenge Sue. Loved digging out the alcohol inks! Don't use them enoughReplyDelete