The Rules1. You must create Goldstone Wood-themed art. This can be in any visual medium you prefer--drawings, paintings, quilts, knitting, pottery, photography, photomanipulation, jewelry, stick figures, video, sculpting, crafting . . . anything you like! It must be recognizably related to Goldstone Wood in some way, but other than that, the sky is the limit!
2. You must email a JPG image of your art (no PDFs, PNGs or other formats, please) to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than midnight, APRIL 28th, 2017. Please include: Your Name, Title of Your Piece, and the Medium.
3. You may submit as many pieces as you like. Even if you have submitted the piece to the library before, so long as it has not been entered in a contest, you may send it in!
4. Your images will be displayed in a series of blog posts which will go live on May 1, 2017.
5. The winners of this contest will be chosen via Fan Voting. Note: Voting is open to fans of the series only. Please don't ask family or friends who have not read the series to vote on your work. (However, if they HAVE read the series, they are welcome to contribute their votes.) Please send your TOP THREE votes to dameimraldera@gmail where they will be tallied by Goldstone Imp and contest absentee, Maid Hannah. Your top three votes will be scored in 3, 2, 1 points.
1st, 2nd and 3rd will win Amazon giftcards!
1st and 2nd: $10 gift card
3rd: $5 gift card
1st prize will receive an ADDITIONAL prize....!
Goldstone Wood Imp and etsy shop owner, Elizabeth, has created a one of a kind Golden Daughter necklace for 1st prize! (see more of her jewelry at her shop: Eruvandi Crafts.)
Note from Designer: "As I mentioned on Goodreads, it was inspired by the colors of the e-book cover for "The Perilous Gate", and also the Night of Moonblood. There's the purple wooden beads to go with the purple background, golden star beads, the moon pendant with a unicorn hanging in the center and the red crystal "blood" drop hanging underneath, and I chose the silver flowery toggle clasp to match the silver moon and represent Hymlume's gardens."
All right, now DRAW! DESIGN! CREATE!