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Take a vision quest into your mind and discover a revelation for this next contest. Inspired by the film Dances with Wolves, Perles & Dent’elles has put together a contest asking for necklace designs that you imagine being worn by a traditional Native American woman. Take a picture of your creation to submit to the contest.
Contest guidelines are:
Your idea must be an original creation and use a peyote stitch technique
You must use the colors beige and brown, along with three other colors of your choice
Any other material you wish to incorporate like feathers, bone, wood, etc. are acceptable
Your photo must be no bigger than 800×600 pixels, be shot against a white background and have no logos or other distinctive signs visible.
Submit your idea via e-mail and include a photo of your design, your full name and country in which you live in. You will also need to indicate which language you wish to receive a response in (English, French or Russian), as this contest is open to international contestants. You may also include a link to your blog or website featuring your design if you wish. Email your entry to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ideas must be received by Thursday, September 1, 2011.
All of the ideas will be judged on (1) creative capacity, (2) technical quality and (3) representing the theme of the contest.
Artbeads is a sponsor for this contest and will be giving away artbeads.com gift certificates as prizes to US and Canadian winners. First place will be awarded a $100 gift certificate, second place wins $50 and third place will take home $25.
Dances with Wolves is a story of love, loyalty and self-realization against the backdrop of the Great Plains Native American culture during the American Civil War. This time of major strife inspired people to work together and appreciate the beauty of natural wonders. Close your eyes and envision what you see when you let go. Be free in your designs!
Click here to read to original contest guidelines from Perles & Dent’elles , listed in three different languages.