Wednesday, July 15, 2015

RSD July Progressive Challenge - Part 2

Good morning every one. Here's hoping the day finds you feeling well and able to do what you do what you want to with time enough to fit everything in........including joining in with this month's Progressive challenge. It is an "Anything Goes" challenge but you have to use a Rick St Dennis image. There are so many images to choose from in the Zibbet shop - over 1200 in fact. So many different genres that you'd find it hard not to find something right up your street. If you can't wait for that short time it takes for Rick to email your images then there's always the direct download at Etsy - but not so much choice. There are also some images available at "I Brake For Stamps" in rubber and digi. Why not try something other than a card? We love to see those boundaries pushed. Try an ATC? or fatbook page? How about a page for your art journal? An altered item? The list goes on..........

If you want to see what Team A made again then you just need to click here. You'll also find plenty of inspiration, along with some friendly chat and helpful advice, if you ask for it, over in our Facebook Group.  Rick has promised a little party this month - so get on over there and keep your eyes peeled.

Team B is hosting this last half of this month's challenge and, my oh my, they've produced some gorgeous pieces!  Go to the Sparkle and Glitter Blog to see the wonderful creations!

Mr Linky, as always, has his own spot up-top on the Sparkle and Glitter Blog so you don'r have to scroll around looking for him.

Thank you for joining us and we look forward to seeing those gorgeous projects.

Pictured below is my project for your viewing pleasure.  Click on image to enlarge.



I used two of Rick St. Dennis MFA's digi stamps:   Pirate Nayja  and  Privateer (Pirate) Man.
The images were coloured in PSE8 and the scene was created in CS6.  Yep.  My husband took away my training wheels so I'd be forced to learn CS6.  The learning curve has been less painful than anticipated.  The background paper and png images (fire, bottle, sea gulls, monkey, treasure chest, coins, skeletons, turtle and starfish) are from Eena's Creations "Blackbeard's Adventures" digital scrap kit which can be purchased from Mischief Circus.  

Thanks for stopping by!
  ~ Lady B ~