Thursday, October 29, 2009

December Challenge Theme - Peace Piece

Our "tied for first" October Challenge winners have put their heads together and come up with a great theme for December!

SmadarTreasure and AngelqueCreations tied for first place on the October challenge and collaborated to come up with a theme for the next challenge. Peace and Winter Oylmpics. The Winter Olympics are being sponsored by Vancouver, BC, Canada in February 2010.

Promoting peace and understanding: If Nations only competed at sporting events like the Winter Olympics, peace would reign and conflicts over resources and religion would not exist . Let your imagination take hold and create a "piece" that reflects "peace, understanding, friendly competition and respect for your fellow mankind".


You may start your entry today and must complete and list it by midnight Etsy time, December 5, 2009! This is the last Challenge for 2009 and therefore your last opportunity to fulfill EBW membership requirements: At least once a year enter the EBW Challenge.!

Rules:
Any style, any technique with a majority of beadweaving is welcome. (Pieces submitted for the challenges should be newly-created (by you - not from a pattern) between the date the challenge theme is announced and the 5th of the month when it is due. Do not renew an existing or expired listing for the challenge.)

ONE only entry allowed per EBW Member.

The piece MUST be created between now and December 5, 2009.

See our Challenge FAQ here for all of the details on the rules of our challenges.

8 comments:

  1. hmmm ... so many directions we could go on this one! I look forward to seeing everyone's entries :)

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  2. Wow, what a great theme!
    Profound...

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  3. What a great idea for a challenge.

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  4. Great theme! Very inspirational!

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  5. I can't wait to see what everyone creates for this theme.

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  6. I am wishing I had TWO votes this time! I have two favorites.

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  7. This will be my first time to enter a challenge, I was so inspired by the theme!

    Sharon
    www.stoneandbead.etsy.com

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  8. Love this theme....so much room for interpretation and expression!

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