Saturday, September 20, 2014

Ironcraft at Castle in the Air

Are you up for a creative challenge? Castle in the Air has taken inspiration from the Iron Chef cook-off series and is happy to invite you to Ironcraft!

Between now and October 21 (or until supplies run out), come in to Castle in the Air and pick up a free crafting supply (our answer to Iron Chef’s mystery ingredient) we’ve selected from our treasure trove of materials. If you can’t make it into the shop but would like to participate you may order your ingredient from our online shoppe HERE (the price is to cover shipping and handling). Take it back to your studio and, using any other supplies you like, transform it into something amazing and unique.

Bring your creation to the shop by noon on Friday, October 21. You can also submit your work via email—just photograph your piece against a white background and send it to Include your postal address so we know where to send your prize. Whether you submit in person or online, include a short written description of what inspired you and a bit about how you made your creation, along with your name, address, phone number, and email address.

Everyone who participates in Ironcraft will be rewarded with a special prize and will be eligible for a credited mention on the Castle in the Air blog. We may even select a few submissions as the basis for upcoming tutorials. Castle in the Air appreciates and respects all forms of creative expression, but for the purposes of Ironcraft we’re looking for submissions appropriate for all ages.

Ironcraft isn’t a competition but a celebration of ingenuity and the creative spirit. We hope you’ll stop by the shop to take part!


arteriole said...

What a Fabulous Idea! Can't wait to see what my Mystery Ingredient will be!

Crafty Creative Gal said...

What a great idea! I am looking forward to seeing all the results :0)

sondra von burg said...

Sooooooo can't wait for this!
Love love love the idea!!

sondra von burg said...

Yes Please!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Will you post photos? ...and what was that ingredient?