Monday, June 15, 2009

Challenge 47

Hi, girls !

New fortnight, new assignment ! For this particular assignment, we want you to use anything ranging form napkins to tissue paper, kitchen paper or toilet paper. How’s that ? You have 15 days as usual for this assignement. The final deadline is 28 June.

Here’s what the DT has done :

1) Pamela

The background paper is created with tissue paper, gloss medium, paint, and ink.)





2) Jen

She twisted tissue paper and then wound beaded wire around it to shape it.



3) Paloma

She used pieces of napkins to create a foggy city (look at behind houses…).






4) Deborah

She used tissue paper to create flowers, then sprayed them with Maya Mist and Glimmer Mist

5) Brenda
She used tissue paper as a ruffle - stitching it on with the sewing machine.
So what do you think ? Are you up to par ? Thanks to submit till Sunday 28th at noon !

Greetings

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

ahahahah yesss, i like it !!
i had this idea, but difficult to use it..i test it now !!
marjo

Bec said...

Ooooo! What a great challenge!!
I will be trying this soon. I can't wait to play with this challenge.

elina said...

OH MY GOD!! Your creations are AMAZING!!! Honestly how do you think all this stuff??? I'll sure play along!!

grandma gg said...

oh my goodness, just found this site and have a great idea using tissue paper, must try this challenge, due on b-day so I should remember(ha-ha)

tibita said...

I had a hard fight in this title. . .
I did my best and made it! !

http://tibita.typepad.jp/blog/

Anonymous said...

yess it's good for me !
http://scrapomarjo.over-blog.com/article-33176013.html
thank you paloma
marjo

Gina said...

Gorgeous LOs..and such a great challenge. Have emailed mine off and looking forward to the next one :)

Grace Tolman said...

thank you for another great challenge ladies.
Here's my entry-
http://tolmanchronicles.blogspot.com/2009/06/finally-page-to-share.html

Bec said...

Ok, here's mine.

I had fun with this one too!
Thanks for the challenge!!

http://beccym.blogspot.com/2009/06/method-playground.html