As always it is an
Anything Goes - Steampunk/Industrial
mixed media of all sorts challenge.
If you haven't already taken a look at team A's projects I highly recommend you do so. I will give you the link to the post at the bottom of this post.
Our challenges are always open until the end of the month - so there's enough time to roll ideas in your head thoroughly before you decide what to create...or to wait for the steampunk muse to kiss you. ;)
Please, make sure you read our few challenge rules if you haven't already done so or are new to our challenge blog. It would be a shame if you entered a project to our challenge that cannot be considered with the Top5 votes or prize draws for some reason.
Our two generous prize sponsors DecoArt Media and boozybear are again giving away a prize bundle each to randomly drawn players - so make sure you do not miss the chance to get some cool paints and media or fab steampunk chippies!
And here come the projects of team B!
Please, take some secs to drop them a short line on their blogs so they know their efforts have been recognized! You will also find more information on how the projects were made on the teamies' blogs - so it is well worth a visit! You get to their blogs by clicking on their names. Thank you.
And, please, welcome lovely Maura back to our little creative steampunk group! We are all so happy to have her and her magical and storytelling art back with us!
I am honored to be back with you again!
My imagination ran away with me and my three adventurers are riding the time waves!
I used DecoArt acrylic paints to create the waves background, all finger-painted- felt like a kid again!
So how do time riders get to the waves? On an air rocket of course - chipboard from Boozybear!
today a completely upcycled project, made from an old candleholder and a lightbulb
together with some metallic and acrylic paints from DecoArt
a lot of chippies and the most important tool ever ?
yes, a hot glue gun :-)
My first attempt at a Coptic stitch book. I used some leather paper (awesome stuff!), distress inks, some embossing and alcohol inks. This book holds special meaning and was conceptualized in a special way.
Hi everyone I hope you are all looking forward to joining in with the
challenge this month.
This month I have done a journal spread for my project
I used Deco art mediums & paints along with Boozy bear
chipboard Mechanical Hardwear, embossing powders and
Yay! I will never run out of good ideas again - now that I have my "Geistesblitzgenerator" (which is German and means "flash of genius - generator")! I used parts from three different packs of Glenda -aka boozybear's wonderful steampunk chipboard pieces and loads of DecoArt Media to create my little "helper".
And here is the promised link to the post showing team A's projects - just click HERE.
The Top5 and prize winners from the May challenge will be announced on Saturday, 11th June. So make sure you come back to find out if you are among them!
Hugs and happy steampunk crafting,
Claudia & the SASPC Team