Hi, my dear blog friends, welcome back to my blog. This week, we have a very fun challenge - It's a MYSTERY.
You could interpret the theme however you want. From Nancy Drew books to techniques that are hard to figure out just from looking at a finished project, You may embrace your inner Sherlock Holmes or mystify us with your technique prowess. You may also simply mysteriously be unclear on how exactly it fits!
I was inspired to alter a wooden box with my favorite mediums and created some mysterious goodies with Susan Lenart Kazmer's bezel and ice resin for my daughter Natalie since she always loves my creations.
Before guessing what's inside what's inside the box, I'll tell you more about this box.
This was a 4.25" x 2.5" x 2" unfinished wooden box that I purchased at local craft store and I decorated it with Gesso, Color Shine, Gelatos, crackle paints, and Prima flowers.
I love mixed media altered projects since there is always something unexpected even I was well prepared before starting the project. On the background of this box I intended to paste some stamped tissue paper scraps and spray various colors of Color Shine to make decoupaged patterns. But I decided to cover most of the stamped images and soften the background with Gesso after I found out the soft colors looked cute on this box.
I've included a quick video to show you how I altered this box.
So now, can you guess what is inside this box?
Natalie wears different earrings I made for her to school everyday. Since she already has many earrings, I wanted to make some bracelet and necklace for her. There are lots of cute charms by Prima Flower and Spellbinders at Simon Says Stamp Shop, so I chose Heart One Bezels and Finnabair Mechanicals to make a necklace and a bracelet.
The Susan Lenart Kazmer Ice Resin makes perfect jewelry since it's crystal clear and very easy to use.
So, here are the mysterious goodies in the box that I created for Natalie. I am sure Natalie will love them! And I enjoy creating them so much! ^_^
Please join us for this fun challenge becuause Simon Says Stamp is giving away a $50 gift voucher that will go to a random entry chosen by Random Generator. You may also be on the Designer Spotlight on our Firday post at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.
Thank you so much for dropping by. Looking forward to visiting all your blogs.