When one of your Muses asks you to join in on something creative and fun,
one has so many reasons to say yes ..
YES.. I'm down with the challenge ..
ok I'm being elusive , but I'm still in that disbelief stage of the process.
Dina ,you know who I'm talking about,asked me....yep me :) :) to join the Tribe and take up the challenge to create an Art Journal piece with the theme " Why do you Art Journal ?"
This is a challenge for all Art Journalist out there, who use Ranger and Dina Wakley media products, ,so jump in at anytime and share your stuff
with the hashtag
We will announce monthly challenges on the Ranger blog on the third Thursday of each month.
Use at least one Dina Wakley Media product in your project. If your product is not obvious (like paint), please list the colors you used.
You can make anything you like—a card, an art journal page, a tag, a canvas, anything!
Interpret each challenge any way you like. You can be literal or you can use it as a springboard and see where it takes you. Let the challenge inspire you and stretch you.
Try to journal on your piece. Write your thoughts about each prompt. You can write a little or you can write a lot, but do your best to incorporate your thoughts and feelings into the piece.
When you complete a challenge, please share it on your blog and social media (Instagram/Facebook) with the tags #showusyourMEdia and #rangerink.
We will do two random drawings each month for a prize. We will search the hashtag #showusyourMEdia on Instagram for one winner, and then on Facebook for the second winner. To be clear, you must use the hashtag #showusyourMEdia on either Instagram or Facebook in order to show up in the search and to be eligible to win. Please note social media accounts must be set to public in order for us to view your post. You have until the third Wednesday of each month to complete the previous month’s challenge.
We will announce the previous month’s winner AND the new challenge on the third Thursday of each month.
Here is where I started
Using up strips of geli plate left overs made with rad Ranger