Tuesday Challenge – Wings!

June 2, 2008 at 11:16 pm (Uncategorized)

Create art using wings! Use wings somewhere on your creation. You can also use stencils, sprays, washes, distress inks, rubber stamps, dye inks, paints, papers, collage images, eyelets, ribbons, etc… to create your piece! Create a card, ATC, tag, altered art, 4 x 4, inchie, skinny (3 x 5 inches)… whatever you fancy. Post your art to your blog, picture trail or photo sharing site, then post a direct link to your challenge art under the comments section to share with others! Have fun and make art!!! (Please include our challenge link on your blog)

Featured Quietfire Wing Products:

wing charms – set 1 and set 2

ghost shape wings

collage sheets:

Suzanne’s Favorites – digital, Suzanne’s Favorites – paper

Winged Things – digital, Winged Things – paper

Kelly’s Favorites – paper

***there has been a lot of trouble with comments going into a spam folder on the challenge sites recently. I will frequently check the spam folder and unspam comments, so please do not post more than once. Thanks! :o)



  1. Kelly said,

  2. Suzanne said,

  3. Sandy said,

  4. femmy said,

    mine is on my blog here

  5. anneke said,

    here is my entry

  6. Debbie said,

    Here is my entry this week – thanks 🙂


  7. Barbara Hagerty said,

    I’m so happy to finally be able to join your challenge! Great theme! Here’s mine:


  8. kreativgeschwafel said,

    Wings are always a wonderful theme …
    here’s my entry:

  9. wil said,

    Dit is mijn bijdrage,

    My is on my blog.

  10. Anne S. said,

    Hi, here is my wings
    Thank you for looking!

  11. Marina said,

    Een gevleugelde inzending deze week voor Created Byhand.
    This week my entry with Wings on Created Byhand.


  12. mueppi said,

    Wings ist ein wunderschönes Thema
    Hier ist meine Karte
    Danke für`s Schauen

  13. mueppi said,

    Wunderschön gestaltet!

  14. Lolita Dally (Susie) said,

  15. Leila said,

    My first time here

  16. faye said,

  17. Astrid said,

    Great theme, – here is mine

  18. Kimmie said,

  19. Kathy said,

    This is my wing challenge.
    Off to see yours, also, please visit my blog for a freebie vintage image, it is beautiful.

  20. Kathy said,

  21. Debi Wind said,

  22. Gayle Page-Robak said,

  23. Elaine M said,

    http://jadedplum.blogspot.com/ I seem to be having a problem posting. Hope the url shows this time.

  24. Deborah said,

    Here’s mine for this week, I always LOVE doing winged things!


  25. Cynthia (Rainbow Lady) said,

  26. Arja L said,

    Here is my skinny. I love doing wings!

  27. Kris Dickinson said,

  28. Kris Dickinson said,

    My submission is on my blog. Please click on my name to see. Thanks!

  29. Ros said,

  30. stampingbalou said,

    A little too late, but here is my entry for this week…


    Wishing you a nice and sunny day and thanks for looking – yours, Heike ;o)

  31. Yogi said,

    Hi all
    My challenge piece is a book with a grungeboard butterfly spine. Enjoy

  32. Char said said,

    Here”s my ertry

  33. Alie Helder said,

  34. Hilmof said,

  35. Katharina said,

    What a great theme!
    Here is my card
    Thanks for looking!

  36. zuzu said,

    I have made 2 pieces this week for the challenge .. they are on my blog.


    thanks for taking the time to look and give oppinions x

  37. Wanda H said,

  38. Wanda H said,

  39. Wanda H said,

  40. Cora said,

  41. Ann Whitfield said,

  42. sam21ski said,

    Here’s mine

    First attempt on this blog challenge site

  43. Sandie R said,

  44. Mandy said,

  45. Nan said,

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