Friday, February 15, 2019

Altered Wooden Tea Canister

Welcome back to our second Splashy Mix Challenge.  Judy here, with my interpretation of  our mood board for February. 

If you want to express your love for someone or something, then it's time to participate in our new challenge!

We present you our Mood board.

Here is my project, an altered wooden canister that I made for my husband's Valentine 's chocolates. 

This is what my box looked like before I altered it.

I sanded my box then removed the handle and painted the box with gesso. 

I then stamped the box with an French love poem. 

To complete my project I stenciled my box with hanging hearts and stars and  coloured it using acrylic paint, glitter glue and ink sprays, added my gems, several hearts, an Eiffel Tower to two sides. To the top of the canister I added a flower and a glass knob.

Remember our challenge rules.

- Your work must be new, not previously published anywhere
- You can create any mixed media project corresponding to the mood board and the colors presented in the mood board are also accepted.
- You can enter up to 3 entries.
- The post should contain a banner, a link to our challenge and the name of the blog.
- Last date to submit your works 25th February until 23:55 !


(as voted by our DT)


(as voted by our DT)

Rs. 1000 Value prize from Die Cuts and More

3 DT Favourites
(as voted by our DT, in no particular order)

One DT favourite will receive Goodie bag from Letzcraft Store and will be our Guest Designer the following month 

1 Random Winner
(chosen by

One Random winner from Indian Participants will get a goodie bag from Creative Minds

Remember my favorite quote by Maya Angelou "You can't use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have." Hope you will join in the fun here at Splashy Mix Challenges
Have a creative week. 

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