September Challenge - Make a Dimensional Project

11:00 am Nikkita 1 Comments

Hello Crafty people, 

This is Nikkita Sethi from Kolkata,India sharing my first DT post for the new term 2018-2019 .
I am super thrilled and extremely blessed that I am selected by Papericious. 
Crafting is my passion and I love to learn and explore new forms everyday. 
Today we are back again with a new challenge for month of September starting from today till next month 9th October.

September Challenge - Make a dimensional project (Example - Make dimensional 3D cards, Explosion Boxes, any 3D Altered Art, Mixed Media, 3D items or anything 3D using Papericious products).

Please note - The main focus should be on Papericious products and do mention the products. 

Challenge Rules:
1. You can create any project - Altered items, 3D projects, Home Decor, Cards, Layouts, Mini Albums, Scrapbooks, etc.
2. Remember that you need to use Papericious Products as your main focus to qualifying for the win.
3. The last date of submission of your projects is 9th October, 2018 at 11:55 pm IST.
4. Please go through the general guidelines HERE before you link up your projects. Any project not following the rules will be disqualified and it will not be eligible for the prizes.

Now onto the exciting part, the prizes! Papericious will be giving away TWO prizes every month:

  • The DT will be selecting a Merit Winner at the end of every challenge who will stand a chance to win a gift voucher worth INR 500 from the Papericious Store.

  • We will also be having a Random Winner from all the entries who enter their projects every month to win a Papericious 6"x6" Pattern Paper Pad.

Everyone gets an equal chance here, so whether you are a novice or an experienced crafter, all are welcome to play along with our challenges.

Challenge Inspiration:

Here is my creation as inspiration for the challenge. I have altered a frame and used lot of Papericious products like White Heavy Gesso, Texture paste, Chippies, Mom to Be Embellishment sheet, Acrylic color , Clear Glitter powder, Brick stencil from my stash , Glossy Accents and Embossing powder.

Now the gorgeous box by Erum! 
This is how Erum has described her take on the challenge inspiration:
"For my chocolate box, I used Papericious Monochrome Paper Pack. I wanted crisp lines so I cut out several panels, tags, and tidbits of various sizes and arranged them in a way that is pleasing to one's eye. I also added pops of reds here and there for interest."

I hope you are inspired and will be playing along our challenge us this month.
Happy crafting!


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