For our first monthly challenge, we are very lucky to have the very talented Zuzu here to guest host.  Zuzu has chosen “shrines” as her challenge prompt.  This can be as elaborate or as simple as you like – anything from a tri-fold ATC to something like our wonderful example Zuzu made.  Here’s some of what Zuzu had to say: “Whether it’s a folding Icon type shrine made of card, a Shrine laid out on a rock or a bedroom dresser or something more solid with a niche hollowed out, I love them. Or maybe you’re more into something like a Tri-fold cards and ATC icon shrines., or metal mexican folk art nichos… The possibilities are endless.”

Remember you have a full month to post your piece – which is probably just as well since mine got completely painted over late yesterday and I have to start again.  Of course, there is no reason why you can’t post more than  once if you like the challenge!

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33 Comments on “Shrines”

  1. Here is mine,
    The Affirmation Shrine.
    Thank you,
    Kristin xo

  2. Diana Evans Says:

    My little candy boxes…..

    Here is my October Submission….

  3. Carol Says:

    Very inspiring Zuzu.

  4. Nicole Maki Says:

    Here is my shrine, it’s called Winsome Bride. Thanks so much for the challenge.

  5. peggy gatto Says:

    I love your creation and your challenge!
    I went for a spooky shrine!
    thanks for the fun!

  6. Carol Says:

    I have several shrines made and the theme is stuck in my head, so I continue to make different expressions of shrines.

  7. […] mijn bijdrage voor Mixed Media Monday: shrines. Heb een gat gemaakt in het midden van het grotere canvas en daar een omgedraaide kleinere […]

  8. Hi,
    And anothre one with the leftovers from my previous post :o)
    Warm regards Hermine

  9. ArtSnark Says:

    Fun prompt! Here is my spooky contribution:
    The Mysterious Case Of Dr. Varulv

  10. Terri Says:

    I love this prompt! It came just when I was really inspired to create a shrine.

    Here is my “Sacred Heart” Thank you so much for looking.

  11. Carol Says:

    I love your example Zuzu. Mine is on my blog

  12. rein Says:

    Hello all,
    Here is my Shrine

  13. Alexa Says:

    hier ist mein Werk, ich hodde ich hab das Thema richtig umgesetzt *g*

  14. Anni Says:

    My shrine is on my blog.

  15. Rosie Says:

    Loved Zuzu’s example, so I have managed to make an entry too. Thanks for going monthly!! Mine is here on my blog.

  16. jasminduft Says:

    The month is almost over, but here’s my effort:

    It’s my first shrine. Thanks for looking!

  17. […] Media Monday has shifted to monthly and the theme for this month is Shrines. Having a full month has allowed me to create a more complex piece that I would usually do for the […]

  18. It was great to have a month to complete this project:

    I loved making this as I has always wanted to make a shrine but hadn’t got around to it.

  19. Diane Says:

    Well what a marathon I have had trying to complete this month’s challenge – nothing seemed right to me 😦 Finally have something to show, and you can see it on my new blog here:

  20. Mine is finally finished:

    The Butterfly Witch

    Great theme! Thanks for looking and Happy Halloween! – Kris

  21. Vena Says:

    Started a blog just so I could add my retabloS to your list. LOVE YOUR BLOG!!!!


  22. […] little shrine charm is for two challenges: Wednesday Stamper’s Glass challenge and Mixed Media Monday’s (MMM) Shrine challenge  … I am hoping to be able to play along with MMM more often now that […]

  23. ~*~Patty Says:

    Better late than never, I did not want to miss the fun.
    The peacock feather shrine is amazing and so inspiring!
    Looking forward to being able to play along again, here is my wee little shrine:


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