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Sunday, February 7, 2016

Week 1 challenge inspration

This is what the EDT came up with this week  as inspirational projects for the  the challenge Hearts and Arrow on Facebook here, you can read all about the rules in this post below the projects.

We can't wait to see what you all come up with







and using Witch Liar she is retired but you might like Sea witch


Fiona using Carmen









there is a video how this page was made here


all info for our February RSD Facebook Challenge!
Theme ~ Hearts and/or Arrows
For this challenge, which must feature a Rick St. Dennis image, we want to see a heart(s) or an arrow(s) or both somewhere on your project, either in the image or in the background...or maybe it's the shape. Have fun with it!
Time Frame ~ February 1 – February 29 at 11:59 pm EST
Facebook Challenge Rules
must use an RSD digi or rubber stamp
full project, not just colouring of image (full project can be anything from a tag, card, atc, to an altered piece, mixed media or art journal page...anything where the project is the showcase for the image which is the focal)
hand coloured and hand crafted (no digital colouring)
no limit to the number of submissions per person
one clear, well-lit photo per entry entered into the February Facebook Challenge album. You can link to blog in album comments under your photo. That way it will pop up on the Timeline so everyone can be inspired.

Monday, February 1, 2016

New Monthly Rick St. Dennis Facebook Challenge

update February 2 2016,  There is a SALE ON RICK'S ZIBBET 40 % DISCOUNT so better hrry for some shopping because not sute when the sale ends.

Hi everyone!Today marks an exciting day for the Rick St. Dennis EDT. We are changing our challenge format from the Progressive Challenge on this blog to a monthly Facebook Challenge on Rick St. Dennis' Fans & Friends Facebook group. We will be following a monthly theme and your entries will be posted to an album on our Facebook group instead of uploading them here.

Our very first theme running from today, February 1 until the end of the month, February 29 will follow the theme Hearts and/or Arrows. For this challenge, which must feature a Rick St. Dennis image, we want to see a heart(s) or an arrow(s) or both somewhere on your project, either in the image or in the background...or maybe it's the shape. Have fun with it! There are many, many images in both Rick's Zibbet and Etsy shops which would fit the theme.




Here are our Facebook Challenge Rules
  • must use an RSD digi or rubber stamp
  • full project, not just colouring of image (full project can be anything from a tag, card, atc, to an altered piece, mixed media or art journal page...anything where the project is the showcase for the image which is the focal)
  • hand coloured  (no digital colouring)
  • no limit to the number of submissions per person
  • one clear, well-lit photo per entry entered into the February Facebook Challenge album. You can link to blog in album comments under your photo. That way it will pop up on the Timeline so everyone can be inspired.

Winners & Prizes:
We are using a sliding scale for prizes based upon the number of entries

1 to 3 entries:
Winner chosen by Random.org Prize: one digi

4 to 10 entries:
One winner chosen by EDT Prize: one image & badge
One winner chosen by Random.org Prize: one image

11 to 20 entries:
Two winners chosen by EDT Prize:one image & badge
One winner chosen by Random.org Prize: one image

21 + entries:
One winner chosen by EDT : one image & badge
One winner chosen by Rick: one image & badge
One winner chosen by Random.org: one image

Throughout the month, each member of the EDT will post their response to this challenge on the Fans & Friends FB group to give you some inspiration. In addition, we hope to have some new projects featuring a Rick St. Dennis image on Facebook each day. We will also keep a running gallery on this blog as well as Airless Chambers so if you need to reference a project or an image, you can find it easily.

We hope you will join us. We can't wait to see what you create!



Saturday, January 30, 2016

Euro Girl Denise the Artiste - Crafting Vicky

Hi everyone!  Hope you are all doing fabulous.  Today I'm here to share with you a very messy little journaling out of the box using the fabulous Euro Girl Denise The Artiste.

I say journaling out of the box because I have been making little journaling cards to place into an old disquette box.  I still have to embellish the box but I think it's very fun to make those little tiny journaling cards.  I'm using an old kid's game to journal on!  So recycling at it's best!  Love when I can transform something.

Anyway I have made a little video of my process including my finger painting :)

And here's the little card for you to see.

The image was colored with my copics and then fussy cut out.  I used some die cuts as well as a bunch of different sentiments that I have cut out of magazines.

I had lots of fun making this as you can see in the video!

You can check out how this was made on my blog post here.

Hope you like my inspiration. Check out all the other fabulous images in the Zibbet store or in the Etsy store!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Vicky

Saturday, January 23, 2016

New Design Team Members


It gives us great pleasure to welcome our four new members to the Rick St. Dennis Elite Design Team (EDT).  Thank you to all of the wonderful talented people who applied. we wish we could have taken all of you but unfortunately we could only choose four...tough decisions!

We hope you will join us in welcoming:

Nan Bourdeu whose art can be found on her blogs here: http://mysideofoz.blogspot.ca/

Henriette Geurkink whose art can be found on her blog here: http://design-54.blogspot.ca/

Leigh Snaith-Brunton whose art can be found on her blogs here:  http://www.leighsbdesigns.blogspot.ca/ and http://www.dominoartblog.blogspot.ca/

Jacqui Woodward whose art can be found on her blog here: http://jacquis-creations.blogspot.co.uk/


These four talented and creative women are joining the fabulous returning team comprised of:

Helen Angel-Cullum

Vicky Fortier

Lady Brayton

Rhoda Henderson

Lynda Cooke

Fiona Henderson

Bonnie Irvine

and the Colouring Team with:

Monique van Dijk

Harp Silver

Nicky Bookout

Jaki Young

Such an amazing group!

Stay tuned because beginning in February, we are changing our challenge format from blog based with the Progressive Challenge to Facebook based with themed challenges. More about that later but let me just say, we are excited!!


Thursday, January 21, 2016

Make Art with Denise the Artiste


Hi everyone. I had  a piece of this crazy background left over from a previous project and I wanted something artsy-related to be the focal. When I saw this Rick St. Dennis image called Euro Girl Denise the Artiste, I knew she would be the perfect choice. I decided to throw every bright colour at her and she how she turned out.


I coloured Denise with a mix of Polychromos and Prismacolor pencils. Her paint splotches were done with gel pens in Neon colours. Once finished, she was fussy cut leaving a narrow white border and then matted in black. Foam tape was added to the back of the image to adhere her to the background scrap and add a little dimension.


The background is 4.25 x 6 inches of mixed media paper which has been inked, stamped, and stencilled. The raised white harlequin pattern was done with embossing paste. The letters for ART and Make are stickers. The word art was shaded around with a Stabilo pencil and activated with a water brush. The same was done to the left side of the harlequin diamonds. Three little splotches were hand drawn and cut from sprayed scraps and layered to bring the paint splotches from the image to the background.


To complete the design, two lengths of washi tape were adhered to the background and threaded buttons were added. Doodling was used for a border and to outline various elements. White highlights were added to the letters in Art. Black Big Brush pen was used to ink around the edges and a black mat as well as a die cut scalloped edge were used to frame the piece.

Thanks for joining Denise and me today. We're so happy you did that.

Life is good; so is art.
Bonnie

Friday, January 15, 2016

RSD progressive challenge part 2

Hi everyone, time for our team B to show their inspirational projects for the January progressive challenge. The link up can be found here, as you probably allready know this first part of the challenge is anything goes, and everyone entering will receive the image to use for next month challenge for free, so that means everyone is a winner just by entering.
So what are you all waiting for don't be shy, we love to see your work using Rick's images.

At the end of this post is a little surprise for you so keep reading :-).

There is some fun challenges going on at the Rick St.dennis Fans and Friends group, there are 2 sets of Marco Raffine pencils to be won, go check it out here, you will find info in the pinned post and the challenge albums.

We are still looking foor some new EDT members all detail of the dt call are here, the DT CALL closes January 18th, so only few days left to apply.

Ok, here the wonderful works of my fellow teamies, enjoy

using Portia



Nicky using Dust Witch (retired)


 and using Undersea Ballet












Mo using Mall girl ( she comes in a sheet with 4 of her friends )


Here is the little surprise for you, a free downloadable colouring page (click on the image and save as)

This page is based on the art journal page I did, we thought it would be fun for the ones who are colouring and don't want to go messy with paints.
So if you want to have a go at art journalling, but don't know where to start or don;t have the supplies needed, this might be fun. You can print on any paper you like because I know markers and watercolour pencils don't go well with most colouring book pages, all you need to do is colour and maybe add some doodeling of your own.  We like to hear if you would like more of these kind of pages, if you do some can me made as colouring pages and be sold in Zibbet or Etsy, so ideas, thoughts and coments are very welcome , enjoy.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Subtle?


Hi everyone. It's Bonnie here today with a mixed media piece. As soon as I saw this fabulous image in Rick's Zibbet shop, I knew just how I wanted to colour her, especially her big hair. She is over-the-top in-your-face and exudes such confidence. Love her! Her name is Moonbeam and that helped me decide how to do the background.


I coloured Moonbeam with my usual mix of Polychromos and Prismacolor pencils. She was then fussy cut with a narrow white border, matted in black cardstock, and trimmed out again. She was then popped up on foam tape and asked to amuse herself while waiting for the background.


The 6 x 8 inch rectangle of mixed media paper was spritzed with Drop Dead Gorgeous Green and Freaky Frankenlime Lindy's Starburst sprays through Joggles Cyclone stencil. I love the retro swirl effect...psychadelic. Haha! Once dry, more spirals were stamped with Viridian Archival ink. Scraps of tissue wrap printed with text were torn and adhered with gel medium. Two different washi tapes were adhered to white cardstock, trimmed and added to three spots. Black Dylusions paint was pounced through TCW's Mini Texturized stencil to add pops of contrast and more pattern/texture.


The computer generated sentiment was printed on white cardstock, trimmed out, and matted with black. Foam tape added dimension. Three green flower(power) brads were added to the page: two through the yellow washi tape and one through a stitched felt flower button. Black pearls were adhered to the centers to draw attention to them and emphasize the visual triangle. The page was edged with Black Big Brush pen and matted with black cardstock to frame it.

Thanks for popping by today. Moonbeam and I hope you enjoyed your trip back to the seventies...LOL. Such a fun image!

Bonnie


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