Sunday, June 7, 2015

"Open Challenge"

The Challenge for this week  summer is:

"Open challenge"

So long dear collagists, I am going to summer vacation! And therefor I am not posting new challenges before August.  But you are most welcome to link any collages you create during the summer break. And as many you like. The link feature is open until 1st of August. 



Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).

Friday, May 29, 2015

"Mask"

Via Wikicommons.


The Challenge for this week is:

"Mask"


Use the image. Or express the topic "Mask" some way in your collage. Or use both, a image and a word. Words don't have to show up in your collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).



Saturday, May 23, 2015

"Stamps"

Bevrijdingszegels 1944-1946, H.M. Koningin Wilhelmina. Via Wikicommons.


The Challenge for this week is:

"Stamps"


Use the image. Or express the topic "Stamps" some way in your collage. Or use both, a image and a word. Words don't have to show up in your collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).



Saturday, May 16, 2015

"Shades of Pink"

Via Wikipedia

This week we have a Color Challenge:

"Shades of Pink"



Create a collage with shades of pink. You can use other colors too, but there must be something pink in the collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).

Saturday, May 9, 2015

"Let's Dance"

Illustration for passacaille, from The art of dancing explained by reading and figures: whereby the manner of performing the steps is made easy by a new and familiar method, 1735, by Kellom Tomlinson (Via WikimediaCommons)



The Challenge for this week is:

"Let's dance"


Use the image. Or express the topic "Let's dance" some way in your collage. Or use both, a image and a word. Words don't have to show up in your collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).





Friday, May 1, 2015

"Paris"

"Visitors going to the World Fair" engraving by Banzeval 1889. Via Wikicommons.


The Challenge for this week is:

"Paris"


Use the engraving. Or express the topic "Paris" some way in your collage. Or use both, a image and a word. Word don't have to show up in your collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).