Due to the late start to the April Challenge I am going to extend this one through till the end of May.
Not feeling very chatty this month….. so let’s just jump right in with the new theme. I’m feeling a little emotionally overcharged this month ..so….
The Challenge theme for April – May is:
“A Mother’s Love”
Inspirational ideas… for those who may need them.
Mommy snuggles and bedtime stories
Bandaids and boo boo’s
Pregnancy & Childbirth
Knitting /croheted booties and blankets
Child playing dress up in mommy’s clothes
Mom cleaning up a kids mess… toys, food etc
Rocking baby to sleep
care packages from mom
Whatever springs to mind when you think of all the things your mom did, because she loved you. Or if you never experienced that… all the things you wished she had. If you are a mom… all the things you do for your kid unconditionally. If you are the mom to an angel baby… HUGZ xxx hang in there. Whether it’s laundry, soccer mom, student teacher….. Mothers day is coming up May 14th, 2017 and all those snow babies are on their way, surrogates will be blessing couples with the gift of life…. Let’s see some images celebrating all of these awesome women.
- Each artist may enter up to 10 individual NEW digital stamp images per given theme.
- Images can go on sale as soon as they have been entered into the challenge.
- You may add single images, or link to a blog post with up to 10 images..but each image must be entered in the challenge linky individually.
- You may showcase the images in color, or projects on your blog links should you wish to show off inspirational images too.
Some of you may have heard me talking about a desire to start working with resin again.. and you may have already seen Playdoh projects and the like on here in the past. I was so excited to accidentally stumble across this site when I was updating affiliate info on the blog. CHECK these out…..
Now these are Food Grade Silicone molds…. but they can be used for plaster, soap, wax and a bunch more crafting media. They can withstand 400 degree heat, so work with allsorts of materials.
One of the really cool features of these molds that I liked a lot was the cutting edge built in to the design and the wide array of designs and texture plates available, which would be great for my playdoh, polymer and plaster projects. If you enjoy crafting with 3D embellishments… check these out. I know a bunch of you do mixed media pieces and upcycle and re purpose pieces in a variety of media.
I picked out a few of my personal favorites to show you, but you really have to go check them out for yourself. Whether you are a cake decorator… and we have a few of you ladies too in my various Facebook Groups and contacts, or you are a mixed media artist, jewelry maker, modeler or whatever…. these are definitely worth a look.
As soon as I have some spare money, hopefully after Christmas…. I’m grabbing some of these and a new supply of Tap Plastics resin. Woot… so excited to find really cool molds to play with.
The video on the page I am linking to is worth a watch even if you aren’t a cake decorator… it has some useful information and tips on it that apply to any use.
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Well we had a quick trip out to one of the local malls… and dropped another 3 pieces today. The Texas Coaster and inked imaged on velvet were gone by the time we passed by again…less than half hour later 🙂 Hopefully someone will enjoy them…
Ladies Bathroom Vanity
Food court table
For anyone interested the Breast Cancer image is a digital stamp by KennyK Breast-Cancer-Fighter, pre colored and printed on velvet paper.
The Texas stamp is a rubber stamp on an MDF coaster.
The inked piece is a Sherri Baldy digital stamp called Fancy Pants little Pixie on velvet paper with Adironack inks and Chameleon & Zig Kurecolor markers.
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