Sunday 22 November 2009

{Create a Gothic Shrine}

This challenge will run from Sunday, November 22 until December 5. Create a Gothic shrine using a cigar box, shoe box, altoid tin, wooden box...etc. etc. I can't wait to see what you wonderfully creative artists come up with! Happy Creating!

Saturday 21 November 2009

Theme for November 22 - December 5

Our theme for the next two weeks will be to create a shrine using a gothic arch shape somewhere in the assemblage. You can use anything for your box (I know we will see some wonderful creations here)!

I need a bit of time to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday (my son is coming up from his Army base and it will be his first birthday and Thanksgiving at home in over 3 years) :) and we are also house hunting which has been extremely stressful! I thought we could try something different the next two weeks! Happy creating!

:::Stars Sampler:::

You all do stars so well! gorgeous arches this week!

Sunday 15 November 2009


This weeks theme is "Stars" in wish upon, shining, twinkle twinkle, or thank my lucky stars...can't wait to see your creations! :)

Just add your url (cut and paste) to the link below.

Sunday 8 November 2009


This weeks theme is "Tickets"...create your arch using stamps that feature tickets, ephemera, etc.

I have added a new feature to try can put your url directly to your image below using Mister Linky...this may help those that aren't familar with creating a link back to their post.

Saturday 7 November 2009

:::Lord Frederick Leighton Sampler:::

Fabulous arches this was wonderful to see variations of each painting that was selected!

Monday 2 November 2009

:::How To Leave A Link In Comments:::

Godelieve has a wonderful tutorial on her blog that should work for blogger, Flickr, and Picture Trail accounts.

Click here to learn how to leave links:
Link in your comment on blogger

Sunday 1 November 2009

:::Lord Frederick Leighton:::

This weeks theme is to create an arch using the artwork of "Lord Frederick Leighton" who was an English painter and sculptor. His works depicted historical, biblical and classical subject matter.

Here is a source for some of his artwork..
that you may use for your arch this week!