Saturday, January 4, 2014
January 2014 Freebie with Rick
Happy New Year everyone! I am ready for this New Year and I hope that I can stay positive throughout this year. I have set goals for this year. So far, and four days into the New Year, things are going pretty good! See, positive reinforcement ;o)
It is time for Rick St. Dennis’s Newsletter Freebie contest. We took December off, but now Rick’s team is ready to get things going. If you receive his monthly newsletter you received this month’s free digital image, Baby Bacchus. Bacchus is one of my favorite mythological characters. What I like about him is his free spirit, “his wine, music, and dance frees his followers from all self-conscious fear and care.” I gleaned that from Wikipedia, and that was the toned-down version. LOL
You can find Baby Bacchus in Rick’s Zibbet shop. I have him colored and ready for a project. I am thinking an art journal page or a mixed-media canvas. Either one would be a great project for Bacchus.
Skin: E000, 00, 11, R02
Hair: E40, 41, 42, 43, 46
Flute, barrel, hooves:
E23, 25, 27, 31, 79
Grapes: V91, 95, 99
Leaves: G29, 40, 43, 46
Background: W0, 1,2, 3, V91
Just look at this face! Adorable!
For you that do receive Rick’s newsletter, the contest starts today at the Sparkle & Glitter blog. Enter your little piece of art on the page “January Freebie Challenge.” If you want to enter this challenge and you do not receive Rick’s newsletter, take a visit to his Zibbet shop and pick up Bacchus. This helps show you support Handmade!
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