Monday, May 14, 2012

Weekly Challenge - MASQUERADE

Congratulations to the winner and top three of the "Anything Goes" challenge!

The challenge theme this week is 
"MASQUERADE".

Feel free to interpret this theme in any type of way you see fit.  We love to leave the themes flexible enough to allow your artistic expression to flow freely.  For those that have trouble coming up with challenge ideas or need a little guidance, see the examples below:

Create a project depicting a masquerade ball or party.
Use an image that has a mask or costume in it.
Create a mask for a masquerade.
Use a masking technique in your project.

There are several things that can be done with this theme. 
 Please remember, you do not need to make a card for this challenge.  
We also accept and encourage art journal pages, mixed-media pieces, sculptures, ATCs, Fat Book pages, etc.  Just remember to use at least one stamped image (rubber, clear, or digi) and follow the rules listed on the left sidebar to qualify for the prize or the coveted "Top Three" badge.

Here is some inspiration from the Smeared Ink DT:
(click images to enlarge)
Ike is still trying to get her d@#^ed hand to heal.






THE PRIZE:



A $5.00 gift voucher to Smeared Ink.

Remember, be sure to link up by Midnight on Saturday PST to qualify for a prize then check back on Sunday for the random draw winner.


To be eligible for the coveted top three badge, be sure to use at least one Smeared Ink image.


If you like our challenges you should drop by our forum where we have additional monthly challenges as well as monthly blog hops and ATC swaps.

Have Fun!

7 comments:

  1. Wow love the DT creations!!

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  2. Ooooh the DT and the GDT projects are awesome! They all turned out beautiful! You ladies do such stunning art work!
    Peace,
    Kristy

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  3. Thanks for the great challenge!

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  4. I just discover your blog and I find it great !

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  5. Wow, lovely creations by DT!!!!
    I loved this challenge!
    Hugs,
    Julia

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