Craft Challenge #14 - The Little Tiny Challenge - Due August 2 - August 6
The winner of Craft Challenge #14 was..........A bite to eat!
So amazing. It's the kind of miniature that I daydream about.
A recap of this Challenge on the Craftster Blog is coming soon!
Thank you to Craftster member selenium for thinking of this Craft Challenge idea. Hope you don't mind that I took a lot of your verbiage for the description. Have you ever wanted to knit a tiny sweater on size 1 needles, make a fimo sculpture the size of a quarter, or paint a portrait the size of a postage stamp? Well, this is the challenge for you! Your entry can be made with whatever craft technique you want. It should end up being no more than 2 inches big in any direction. And of course the tinier the better!Official Rules:
- Post your craft during the period of August 2 to August 6 2006. No sooner. No later.
Instructions for exactly how to post your entry will be available on August 2.
- Voting will happen from August 7 to August 13
- Each participant can enter ONE project
It's probably impossible to know whether your project is 100% original and has never been posted on Craftster or made by anyone else in the past. But if your project was definitely inspired
by something you've seen before, then just give credit to that project.Prizes:
At the end, I'll set up a poll right here and the first prize winner will get:
(1) their project in the Featured Projects area
(2) their project in the Craftster Blog
And a these three prizes...Mahar Dry Goods
is an online shop that carries a super-stylish selection of fun items handmade by various artists and crafters. Mahar Dry Goods
has generously donated two plush stuffies by Sewing Stars.
you'll find "luxury yarn for fiber fanatics!" FabulousYarn.com
is donating a basket of beautiful roving for felting or spinning. 100 Grams of Rose and Citrus Merino Roving. Kettle dyed. In a rattan basket The Starving Artist Bazaar
is a web shop where Jennifer Syfu sells her gorgeous blown glass jewelry. She is donating one of her Eukaryote Necklaces.