The Itsy Bitsy Pristine Sparkle Challenge

It’s time for another challenge here at Itsy Bitsy and this time we want to see the magic you can create with the most pure and basic of colours – White! It’s a beautiful, natural and almost divine colour and the potential of it is just limitless. So we want to see what you come up with using white and ONLY white. Of course we can’t resist a bit of bling, so we’re accepting silver in your white only creations. Here’s a picture collage of the colour scheme we’re looking for:

Once again we are inviting entries in 2 categories – Jewellery Making and Everything Else. Everything else includes paper crafting, general craft, embroidery, painting and any other creation that does not involve jewellery, as long as it’s hand made. And of course we’ve got some fabulous inspiration for you. 
For Jewellery Making our designers at Itsy Bitsy put together is absolutely stunning jewellery set using a variety of Itsy Bitsy beads, fillers, findings and accessories. It perfectly showcases the fabulous potential of white and the silver links offer just the right touch of bling – don’t you think!
Here’s a closeup of the amazing details. So intricate, so delicate and full of Pristine Sparkle!
For paper crafting, I made something I’ve been meaning to do for some time. It’s dining labels – labels on which you write the names of the dishes you will be serving  at a dinner/ lunch party. It’s much easier to have these available for guests to read for themselves rather than to tell everyone individually what everything is, whether it’s vegetarian or not and so on. 

For my project, I started with the Spellbinders Borderabilities die with some white handmade paper card stock to create that lovely ornate border for my dining labels. Then I used the Itsy Bitsy white Brides Wish Open Roses along with some handmade roses made with the Swirly Rose die to create that floral embellishment on the corner. I added a border of pearls and a small detachable label in the centre on which I could write what I would be serving. Here’s a collage of different views of the dining labels including a closeup where you can see the amazing embossing properties of the Spellbinders Die
Here are the rules of the challenge:
  • For the Paper/ General crafting project, your submission can be a card, box, tag, scrapbook layout, dress, embroidery, crochet work etc – anything as long as it is handmade and incorporates the color scheme provided in the inspiration picture at the start of this post. Please only use the colors of White and Silver
  • For the jewellery making project, your submission must be some form of jewellery and once again it must incorporate the color scheme provided in the logo inspiration picture at the start of this post. Please only use the colors of White and Silver
  • Quilled jewellery or jewellery made out of paper beads will fall under the Jewellery making category.
  • The contest closes at midnight on 31st May 2013
  • In order to submit your entry, click on the inlinkz button provided at the end of this post, add your image and link to your blog post containing the submission. There is a separate button for each category.
  • If you do not have a blog, please send in your entry to itsybitsycraftcontests@gmail.com and we will add your submission for you.
  • Each participant can submit a maximum of 3 entries within each category
  • Submitting old projects is not permitted. All submissions have to be created after 6th May 2013
  • In your blog post, create a link back to this page – The ItsyBitsy Pristine Sparkle Challenge or better still add the Color Inspiration Image provided at the beginning of this post with a link back to this page.
  • Entries are welcome from all over the world however if you are the winner, we can only ship your prize to an Indian address.
  • 2 winners will be selected, one for jewellery making and one for paper/general crafting who will each receive a voucher of Rs. 1000 each, redeemable online at www.itsybitsy.in.
  • In addition 3 to 6 finalists in each category will be selected all of whom will receive a badge to display on their blog. 
  • We would love it if you display our new badge on your blog, you can find it on the sidebar.
We are super excited to see what you come up with and judging by the talent displayed in previous challenges we are 100% certain that it’s going to be a gala hit! So hurry up and start linking! Looking forward to your creations!

Submissions for Itsy Bitsy Pristine Sparkle Challenge – Paper Crafting/ General Craft

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Submissions for Itsy Bitsy Pristine Sparkle Challenge – Jewellery Making
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26 Replies to “The Itsy Bitsy Pristine Sparkle Challenge”

  1. Wow!..What a challenge..All this white on white looks absolutely elegant….Loved your project Sunehra!…Those dies look beautiful…Add so much elegance to the dining table 🙂

  2. Amazing challenge Sunehra. So looking forward to it. Been so busy with house shifting and all and cudnt participate in prev logo challenge also 🙁 Your dining labels look so perfect. Very pretty and elegant.

  3. Pristine sparkle….. Wow, indeed a challenge dis time. Lets c all de projects, it's going to be fun. The logo challenge saw many wonderful submissions. N sunehra lovely elegant inspiration.

  4. A really tough challenge.. Your inspirations are totally gorgeous!

    Very very difficult to match up with these.. Will give it a try though..

    I have a question.. Is black allowed for stamping sentiments?

  5. Yes you can use black to stamp sentiments only. And Vithya, it's not so tough. Just create a card like you normally would but only use white. It's a good idea to use different shades of white too. You'll rock it, you'll see!

  6. Hi Sunehra,

    I just created my blog and added all my designs to one single post and linked it to the collection. But I am not able to add all my designs as different entries. Also I am not able to edit the one that I had already posted.
    Can you please help.

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