Friday, May 15, 2015

Midway Reminder for the May Progressive Challenge

Good Day, Everyone!
We have reached the half way mark of this first month Progressive Challenge and with that comes Team B (plus a few extras) with their inspirational projects.  I think you'll agree, there are many different styles here, all wonderful.
If you want to see the makes from Team A to remind yourselves, they can be found here.

A bit of C&P from that post, in case you don't make it that far
The normal Art Challenge in our Facebook Group is having a short break at the moment because Rick is hosting his own mini challenge. Rick will judge the entries and the prize will be ONE CUSTOM digi made JUST for YOU!!!! Get out your best colouring and your crafty goodies and make a TAG---it MUST say
"Summer is FINE BUT I'm ready for Halloween"
He will be judging on originality, colour, composition, texture and Outside the box thinking-design elements will get extra points (pockets, windows, shakers etc)-there will be ONE winner announced on JUNE 1, 2015 - OK crafters, start your engines.....
There is a special folder in the groups' picture gallery for your entries to be posted. Looking forward to seeing those entries.

If you need any inspiration don't forget to look at our sister blogs,  
Airless Chambers (our "darker blog") and our "How2blog which contains hints and tips on how some of the EDT created a small selection of their projects.

On to the Progressive Challenge for this month.
The theme is 
Anything Goes with a Rick St Dennis image

There are plenty of images to choose from if you don't have one in your stash; both from the Zibbet store (where there now over 1000 images to choose from) and the Etsy store.

Mr Linky is on his own page here.

Have fun everyone and be sure to check out the Sparkle and Glitter blog for more inspiration.

Pictured below is my make for this challenge.  Click image to enlarge.


Image:  "Privateer" (Pirate Woman) by Rick St. Dennis MFA
Digital papers and elements:  Eena's Creations "Blackbeard's Adventures" purchased from Mischief Circus.
Everything was coloured and assembled in PSE8.

Cheers!
~ Lady B ~

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