Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Time to Think Outside the Box

The Polymer Clay Artists Guild of Etsy challenges its members every month and for June, each of our members started with the same sized blank aluminum tin, which measures 2" tall and 2.5" wide.  That was the only guideline for the challenge.  The design, color, everything else was determined by the artist.  I've got to say that we have some awesome entries!  Be sure to go to our website and check them out and vote for your top three favorites.  And check out the prizes that will be awarded to some of our voters!  It's a win-win situation!

In addition to the normal voting process, during challenge week in June, from June 1 to June 7,  these tins will be auctioned to the highest bidder, the proceeds from the bids to be donated to our team charity, Polymer Clay For A Cause, established by our fellow member Angela Anderson of ElementalDragons (www.elementaldragons.etsy.com) in loving memory of her daughter, Cortney, who passed away at the age of 14 after a long battle with Muscular Dystrophy.  For more information about this and to see the great selection of tins, go to the PCAGOE website.


Tejae Floyde said...

awwww. It looks beautiful. Very inspiring!!

I can't wait til my studio gets back in order. Cleaned up and ready to go.

Thanks for stopping by to see me. :)

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Great job! It does get worse before it gets better and, you are definitely right that it is always a work in progress. As long as new art/craft supplies keep coming out and new inspirations, we need to adjust our studios to accomodate them. I offer lots of other ideas on my studio solutions blog. If you get a chance check them out. Have a great weekend, Connie