I'm sooo happy it's March, I can't wait for warm weather, it just makes me happy!
I'm happy with this month's challenge at Inspiration Emporium too!
The challenge is to make something that's 3-D, anything, from pop-n-cuts to foam squares to Idea-ology Configurations!
This is my first altered configurations box, I know, I know, I'm slow :)
I love altering stuff like this, the hardest part was trying to get the pic of my grands printed off my phone, my pic software is a nightmare, uggggh.
Anyway, this was so much fun. I have to give prop's to HeyJack my cat, for finding the A & W rootbeer mug monkey, he was playing with it in the floor, and I spotted it, ah-ha, perfect! :)
I took a bunch of pic's so you can see it all up close.
I thought the red eyes were fitting for this feline, they do fit him well.
It's your turn, go check out the challenge at the Inspiration Journal, make your project, upload it and see if you're this month's winner of the $50 in store goods, woohoo!
ink - ranger distress walnut stain.
paper - pink paislee prairie hill 6 x 6 paper pack (for the backs of each box and to cover the sides of the big box).
acces. - cream acrylic paint, (for the inside and edges of the boxes), claudine hellmuth gesso (for distressing the metal pieces ), kaiser pearls (on butterfly body) barbara tombley's vintage glass glitter in indian summer (it's inside the tall vial), distress stickles antique linen (it's rubbed on the flower, leaves and butterfly), idea-ology findings - mini lantern, curio knob, frame, box feet, pen nib, corked vials (1is filled with glitter, the other is a vase for a tiny bouquet), fractured doll. chit chat stickers (for the sentiment), vintage game pieces, plastic monkey, vintage button card with tiny buttons, wooden spool and white string.
tools - claudine hellmuth multi-medium matte, glue gun, paint brush, blender tool, alterations mini butterflies and bow and mini tattered florals and regal crest die sets (for the leaves), crop-a-dile and awl (for making the holes in the back of the box for the lantern cord).
Have a great day!