Tuesday, July 1, 2014

July's Altered Art Challenge & Guest DT Call

The weeks are just flying by so quickly, just pleased that the last few days have been a lot cooler...personally I really do not like the weather too hot.
Rhedd's Creative Spirit have just launched their challenge for July...Altered Art Only, but the theme is Anything Goes...
As owner and head teamie I have made a little something for your inspiration...Its a pocket album for Atcs ( artist trading cards)  using the French Country papers from Graphic45.

The pockets are made from toilet tissue tubes.I must add that these tubes are can remove them from the rolls if you are careful, well worth the effort as these are the perfect size for what I needed...although some tubes are slightly smaller and wouldn't be wide enough for the atcs.

                Showing the Atcs ( Artist Trading Cards)

 Rhedd's Creative Spirit are offering these gorgeous Artiste Spritzing Inks for Julys Winner...they are fabulous,I use them a lot.

                The colours here are White and Aubergine

Finally, there is currently a Guest Design Team Call over at RCS, this is open to everyone who enters our July if you would like to be a guest designer for September, do pop a comment over on the blog when you enter the challenge.

You can find the challenge and Guest Design Team call here at .....


Sammy said...

I love this so much! I do adore that G45 collection, and the album you made is brilliant! x

aussie aNNie said...

Wow this is brilliantly created love Graphic 45 collection too,
I found you on Sammy's blog and wanted to see your creation and have joined as a new follower...
I also have candy sponsored by three artist if you feel like joining my blog and candy you are welcome..xx
The Journey is the Start

Carol said...

GORGEOUS - lots of work!! fab album, love ATC'S nice way of storing them - sometimes I feel I need to touch them !!rather than just look! As I said earlier have a great weekend :)

Anonymous said...

Absolutely gorgeous, your work is always to good.

Moira xx