It’s time to reveal Canvas Corp Brands’ September Challenge which is inspired by the Mata Hari:
MATA HARI……Spy or not? This intriguing woman of Dutch origin remains a mystery. However, THIS October it will be exactly 100 years ago she was executed. Rightfully so? Maybe we will find out after all these years. Her oriental style, costumes, elaborate jewelry… Plenty to inspire you to create something about this woman and help us celebrate her throughout September.
To enter this challenge you need to link up your entry Blog post, or post on Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest (link to the actual project – not the whole page) by using the linkytool at The Creative Studio HERE. You have until the end of October 5 to submit your project! All submissions must have #ccbchallenge somewhere to be considered. One entry per person allowed.
We will invite the winner of the challenges to be our Guest Designer in November. This means that they will get a box filled with goodies from all 3 Canvas Corp Brands to play with.
Here’s my interpratation of the Mata Hari challenge:
“Architextures Mixed Media Artboard”
The Mata Hari in my eyes is every bit artistic, especially her style and the way she carries herself. These aspects have inspired me to create a mixed media Artboard with 7gypsies’ Architextures range. Touches of jewels, sparkle and golden shine adorn the artboard, much like the Mata Hari. Her statuesque presence is also the inspiration with the Weathered Statue which is the focal point of this piece.
For the instructions and full materials list of this Artboard, please head to the Creative Studio’s blog post HERE.
It is also inspired by ITAC 2017 Europe Challenge:
My European challenge elements are:
Textures – take inspiration from history from ancient civilisations to the fall of the Berlin Wall
Something both vintage and modern
We cannot wait to see all your beautiful Mata Hari inspired creations. Simply link them up HERE and be in to win an amazing prize pack and a guest design spot next month.
I really enjoyed creating this Artboard and I’ll be back for more creations soon.