|Terri Durst loves to travel. And when she does, she always takes|
a few projects with her to chase away any boredom she might face . . .
whether it's crocheting, papercrafting, or sewing.
|Beginning with a slim metal cigar tin, Deb Schinzel created the perfect|
"Wonderland" for her Alice. After running her tin through her Big Shot
using the Oval Magnetic Die, Alice was able to see through the "looking glass"
without any problem.
|Jean Hamrick had visions of a day at the beach as she created|
her seaside retreat from her Altoid tin. Covered in cool toned papers and paints,
you can almost feel the ocean breezes in her face and the sand between your toes.
|Jeanette Lee took her Challenge to|
"heart" with her altered candy tin.
After painting the outside with metallic
paints to give a metal look, she finished off
with "Love" related embellishments.
|Lylia Hagerty, this month's "Challenger",|
couldn't stop with just one tin! In
fact, she made three . . . all in different
sizes and themes!
Top: "Brown"; Middle: "Party Time";
Bottom: "Sea Side"
Join us in congratulating and thanking all of these great artists for a job well done! We'd love to hear what you think, so please leave us a comment . . . or two! . . . and share your thoughts. And if you'd like to take part in our monthly "ATC Workshop & Swap" or Challenges, join us the second Thursday evening of each month from 6:00pm-8:00pm and you too can begin to think big in a small way! No membership required and it's FREE! Hope to see you there!
Watch for our next Challenge Results ~ Altered Wooden Spoons ~
2986 No. Alma School Rd. #4 ~ Chandler, AZ 85224
s/w corner of Alma School & Elliot Roads in the former Mervyn's Plaza
(located between Zoe's Quilts & Catherine's)
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm ~ Closed Sunday & Monday