Spring Art w/ Scribbles Crafts Challenge
Recently I was chosen to participate, along with a few other bloggers, in a little craft challenge from Scribble Shop. I always love a good challenge.
We were sent a box of supplies and had to come up with a craft using every item. I received my box last week so I’ve had some fun playing around with the new products. I was probably most excited about the chocolate! ;)
- Glitter Brads
- Martha Stewart Glitter
- Chalkboard Paint
- Blk/Grn Fabric
- Turquoise Roving
- Gold Roving
- Wood Plaque
To get started I decoupaged the fabric squares onto the canvas, laying them side by side.
Once all the fabric squares were on, I thought the corners needed a little something extra, so I added some swirls of glue.
Then I sprinkled glitter on top and shook off the excess glitter. I love Martha Stewart glitter!
Doesn’t it look pretty?
Since I had to incorporate all of the supplies some how, I decided I would make a little wooden sign with the chalkboard paint. I painted it to the middle of my wood plaque and let it cure for 24 hours. Once it was dry, I added a “flower” to the corner using the candy wrapper as my base. I stuck a glitter button in the middle and glued the wool and feathers to the back to create a fun little applique.
So the question is…what would you have done with this box of supplies?
This post was sponsored by Sribbles Shop. Full disclosure here.