Giving Thanks/Shades of Brown

November 22, 2010 at 11:45 pm (Uncategorized)

Create art using the theme , “Giving Thanks/Shades of Brown” ,  in some way, shape, or fashion. Use a word, image, color or feeling to portray the theme.  Use collage images, rubber stamps, inks, embellishments, charms, paints, eyelets, ribbons, fancy papers… whatever else you wish to create your challenge. Create a card, ATC, tag, altered art, 4 x 4, skinny (3 x 5 inches), inchies – anything you desire! 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).

Please feel free to add your artwork link in our new group on Quietfire Creations

This week’s artwork from Wands Hentges

Quietfire products featured:

Large thanks from Thank You Set of 4
Music from Crows Set
Distress Inks – brushed corduroy, tea dye
Perfect Pearls Gold
Mini Mister Bottle
Inkssentials Non-Stick Craft Sheet

Krylon Gold Pen
13mm White Silk Ribbon
Tim Holtz Seasonal Paper Pack
Gold Disk with Loops
Tim Holtz Sizzix Tattered Leaves Dieml
Paper For Leaves – Technique Description


  1. yogi said,

  2. forrestwife said,

    here is mine

    thanks for looking and please leave a comment

  3. Yvonne said,

  4. Kelly said,

    here is my challenge

  5. Wanda H said,

  6. Christine said,

    You can find my entry here Thanks for looking!

  7. peggy gatto said,

    I did a digital of a cow vase with daisies that I arranged!

  8. stempelomi said,

    here is my entry


  9. Barbara Washington said,

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