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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Going in Circles at Ike's World Challenge Blog

 The challenge over at Ike's World Challenge blog is "Going in Circles" and I created a piece of altered art. This dog treat container started life (a long time ago) as a Jean Nate dusting powder container that my neighbor had decorated and filled with candy for me at Christmas.
So I painted and Mod Podged, layering with black tissue paper for dimension. Then I dry-brushed gold metallic paint here ad there and my base was ready to add my image. It's called Pooch with Leaf and perfect for my dog treats container. I used my circle cutter and punched out a couple hearts.
Then I framed it with a paper doily I had also brushed with the gold paint. I filled in the punched hearts with same hearts colored red. I added red alphas and my treats container is ready to fill.
p.s. (Did I mention I had some canvas sentiment stickers that I placed artfully on and inside my cover? No to mention some leftover puppy stickers that ring the side of my container. LOL).
So, what do you think of when you hear the words, "Going in Circles"? Let them inspire your crafting this week. and whatever you end up creating, don't forget to link up at Ike's World Challenge blog for your chance to win a gift certificate to the Store.
p.p.s. (This is the lucky dog whose treats will wait for him in my new altered art piece. His name is Bandit).
Challenges I am Entering:
Creative Artiste - Mixed Media
Rhedd's Creative Spirit - Anything Mixed Media Goes
Altered Eclectics - Anything Mixed Media Goes
Wags & Whiskers - Furry Friends
Time Out challenges - Home Sweet Home photo inspiration (To me, Home wouldn't be Sweet without our furry friends. I pulled the black from the color pallette and altered a dusting powder container to hold treats for the puppy)



11 comments:

ike said...

That looks so cool and what a clever idea. I love the textured finish and the cute puppy stickers :-) I must say that Bandit is a very handsome fellow :-D I hope he appreciates your hard work on his snax pot ? :-D
Thank you for making this for me at IWC :-)

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IKE xx

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Donna said...

What a great idea for dog treats!! Thanks for joining the sisterhood of snarky stampers for M is for Mixed Media!

Andree said...

A wonderfully altered box and a great re-purpose. The embellishments and dog images are fabulous.
Thank you for joining in with the February challenge "Anything Goes" at Creative Artiste Mixed Media and good luck x

Wheelie Crafty said...

Gorgeous piece of work you have created I love it...
Thank you so much for entering our challenge over at Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenge Blog, we hope to see you join in again...

Hugs Rhonda DT & Owner
http://creativeartistemixedmedia.blogspot.co.uk

sandie said...

Such a fun idea for a doggie treat box. So very creative and thanks for joining TO

Nonni said...

As a dog owner myself I really appreciate your thought of altering a dog treat box! I should make one too! Too bad my schnauzer needs to loose some weight... But only 2 kilos... Then I can start with the treats again ;) Thanks for taking TIME OUT and joining our challenge!

Sandra Wright said...

I love how you have altered your tin for your dog...it really is lovely...
Thank you for joining us over at Rhedd's Creative Challenge..x

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Shona Chambers said...

Love how you were inspired by the challenge, my place certainly wouldn't be a home without my large golden retriever Bella!! You decorated the treat box perfectly and love the dog image on the top, so sweet. So glad you joined us at TIME OUT!!

hazel said...

A fabulous transformation and a lovely doggy treat box, thank you for sharing it with us at Altered Eclectics.
xxx Hazel.

Jenn DuBell said...

Very Creative! I see stuff like this all the time when I am thrifting for items to repurpose. You did a great job! Thanks for sharing with us at Rhedd's Creative Spirit!!

Lindsey said...

This is so much more fun now that you've altered it! Love all the doggies. :) Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!