What you haven't heard of this before? Now I've had the button in my sidebar for a week and many of our blogging sisters have already joined in the fun. Where have you been? You can learn more about it here and here.
Our Rush project was to take the provided photo and create something with it. The concept was very easy, it could be anything and with all the talent out there I was skeptical about joining. Then I decided to heck with it, I would do what I do and that is to work with the photo and create a digital collage. On Rush Day your were to post a photo of your project.
The instructions went on to say…
There are no rules.
Well — except one.
You must be in the picture too.
So here is my completed project…
You can see I didn't take a photo of my project, but I did put myself right into it.
The collage contains images that are symbolic to how I feel about our blogging world. I used a photo of myself from a 3-D project I did in college in a few years ago. I put the provided photo of the women in a vintage frame that I could "hold", because I hold all of your friendships most dear to my heart.
Yes, those are butterfly wings on my back, I wear them as I flit from blog to blog to see what all ya'll are up to on any given day. There had to be a teddy bear! What says comfort better than a teddy bear and you've sent me so much encouragement and so many hugs during this transitional phase of my life. The vintage globe is there representing our world of bloggers. I'm so grateful for the friendships I've formed in so many other countries and right here in the United States!
I then filled up the space with hearts and flowers, because just who doesn't love them? I gave the whole thing a vintage look, because you know how much I love anything vintage!
I'm excited to see all the creativity that my new sorority sisters will be sharing today. If you haven't joined, it's never too late. Sign up today and watch for what our next project will be! Links for all my sorority sisters are in the sidebar of Some Diamonds Are Forever.
For all my new sorority sisters, I'm Rhonda and I live in Coastal Georgia here in the United States, but if I go downtown and look across the river, I can see Florida!