This week we need to think about what we will create using our selected words and then collect all the materials to make it. I'll hand you over to Emma to explain her thoughts and show you the materials she'll be working with.
It's time for the first week of the challenge. If you missed the rules for our March Challenge you can find them here: Rules for this challenge.
My daughter has decided that it is time for another challenge and just like last time, we would both love you all to join in the fun. Here is Emma to introduce the challenge for the month of March:
This week Virginia sent me a photo of her challenge. She chose a water background, bird's eye view, and hibiscus. "I have always liked the 9-Patch but seldom found a pattern I was interested in. So thought this would be the challenge for me too," says Virginia. This is what she made.
Over the weekend, Emma set to and finished off her challenge piece. Here's how she got on...
Today Barbara who is also working on this challenge shared a photo of her progress (right). She is creating a bird's eye view of a trillium on forest clutter. How awesome is that? I cannot wait to see what else she comes up with.
The weeks are just flying by, here we are at week three of our challenge already. Emma is doing some amazing work so let's see how this week went for her. Over to you Emma...
I'm getting double fun with this challenge. I love teaching so teaching Emma new techniques is always fun (see yesterday's blog post) and today I get creative as I start building my background element. Sky shouldn't be too difficult!
Today I'm going to share with you how Emma is coming along with her challenge. Remember last week we both made decisions on fabrics, techniques, elements, and perspective. Mine is quite different to hers as it should be so let's see the difference. Let's hand this over to Emma as she explains what she does....
The November blog challenge has started. I posted Emma's challenge rules last week and we have the entire month to complete it (or longer if you need). Each week I'll be presenting both Emma's and my work. Join in the fun so I can add yours too!