We want this to be a place for everyone to create, inspire and share. We would love to see what you can do with Eileen Hull’s fabulous products but this is not a requirement. Use what ever products your artful “heart” desires. Art is for everyone so come along and share your Art with Heart!
We want you all to create freely there are no rules here, just a few simple guidelines…
1.Create a new project following the Art with Heart Challenge Theme (however you interpret the theme) OR if you have created something that fits the theme previously create a new post with a photo and link to the original post.
*This a great way to expose older projects to fresh eyes!
2.Include a link to the current Art with Heart Challenge in your post so others can play along too!
*Buttons and graphics are available for you to display in your sidebar if you would like to help us spread the word :)
3.When linking up your project please include a direct link to your post.
4.You are not required to use Eileen Hull Products in your projects. However, those who do use Eileen Hull products will be given two entries into the prize draw.
That’s it! So get going, get creative and share your Art with Heart!
This month, I used Eileen Hull's new Cookie Box Sizzix Die to create a Folk Art Halloween Candy Box. The die is part of her wonderful new Vintage Kitchen line which will be available this December.
Be sure to come back each week on Tuesday to see more creative project ideas from the Inspiration Team and check out the latest entries in the challenge. There is no shortage of inspiring ideas here so kick back and enjoy a healthy dose of creative inspiration! Yes, there's new inspiration EVERY TUESDAY from designers such as Pam Bray, Anna-Karin Evaldsson, Anne Redfern, Tracy Evans, Lisa Hoel, Donna Braaten-Budzynski, Amy Bowerman, Shelly Hickox, Diana Hetherington, Xenia Meoow Moupasiridou, Rina Gonzales, Evgenia Petzer and myself!
*Art with Heart Challenge Winners will be announced the last Friday of the month. You could be the next winner!
Edited: You can also add your challenge entry to The Sizzix Challenge: Halloween at the Sizzix Blog.