Tuesday, September 15, 2015

September Progressive Challenge, Team B Represents!

Morning all you lovely people. Here's hoping you are all safe and well. There have been a few "problems" going on in the world, to put it mildly and I know quite a few friends are directly affected. Our thoughts are with you, whether the "problem" is on a personal level or on a slightly larger scale. Big gentle hugs to you all and hope you get some "me time" to de-stress and craft.

Whilst my thoughts are on the de-stressing - Rick has announced the first signed batches of the fabulous colouring books are winging their way from California, woooo hooooo! If you've been sleeping through August and missed the news - take a peek over at the Zibbet store. The Rhinestones,  Furs and Feathers book and The Day of the Dead book are both available as collectors items as well as through Amazon without the little extras. Why not join us on facebook to ensure you're updated on the news on a daily basis and it's another outlet to show US what you've been doing. We all love to ooooo and ahhhh over others work after all. The EDT members are normally around as well to answer any questions you may have.

Ok, enough waffle. On with the reason for this post..............

The second installment of the September Progressive challenge

Part one can be found here if you want to go see what Team A made and this time Team B has worked their own brand of magic and produced these beautiful projects for our ANYTHING GOES using a Rick St Dennis image.  Check the Sparkle and Glitter blog to see all that Team B has to offer.  Here is the direct link to enter the progressive challenge.

Pictured below is my make for the Progressive Challenge using the adorably cute "Isabella Trick or Treat" digital stamp drawn by Rick St. Dennis.  

Isabella was coloured with copic markers and scanned to my pc.  I then added her to this door scene from Holliewood Studios "Portals".  This set can be purchased from Mischief Circus.  The "Trick or Treat" sign as well as the mouse on the pumpkin are elements from a digital scrap kit made by Lotta Designs.  Sadly, I can't seem to find her products at Oscraps anymore.

1 comment:

  1. Wow - this is fabulous! Love the scene you've created for that little witch. Great work. xx