Something Borrowed

This week your challenge is to use “something borrowed” in your art.  That could mean a borrowed idea, recycling or reusing something or you can interpret it any way you like.  I love visiting all of your blogs and seeing your clever interpretations! Have fun!

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34 Comments on “Something Borrowed”

  1. mixedmediamonday Says:

    If you’d like to know about my borrowed component, it’s here:

  2. Here is mine, “The Lollipop Tree.”
    Thank you,
    Kristin xo

  3. Diana Evans Says:

    Here is my piece for this week…these tags were so much fun to make….

  4. Bev Says:

    My interpretation of this week’s challenge of “borrowed” is here

  5. Martina Says:

    Hi everyone,
    my entry is on my blog
    Thanks for looking!

  6. Nan Says:

    Here’s mine
    Thanks for looking!

  7. Kathy Says:

    I really like this prompt. Here’s my entry.

  8. Anni Says:

    My entry is on my blog – thanks for looking.

  9. Rosie Says:

    Love this ongoing theme… Here’s my Pocket-ATC!

  10. Zuzu Says:

    Here’s mine

    thanks for looking and i appreciate all comments

  11. Mine’s on my blog – thanks for looking – all comments are much appreciated

  12. Nikki Says:

    This is my first time joining the challenge. I loved having something to kick-start some creating!

    Here’s my entry:

  13. Kimberly Says:

    Here is my entry.
    http:\\Documents and Settings\Kimberly\My Documents\Art Lessons\DSC00974.JPG

  14. Kimberly Says:
    Sorry for multiple posts I had to figure out how to put it on here. I think this right now. You may delete the first two. Thanks.

  15. peggy gatto Says:

    what a beautiful and soulful image!
    thanks for the challenge. I used a free image and posted the link so you can use them too!

  16. Well – i am probably cheating on this – because i am not quite finished! But here is a canvas i am working on – with a concept i “borrowed” from Zinnia, a shop of treasures and the artwork of the owner, Tamara Tolkin.

  17. Doris Says:

    Lovely thought, I recycle a lot and now think of it as ‘borrowing’ Thank you!!

  18. Doris Says:

    and I still have trouble with these links…. My contribution:

  19. Lynn Stevens Says:

    Havent played for awhile but when I saw Martinas steampunk piece I decided to add my little steampunk piece too. you can see it here with all my borrowed goodies from my DH.

  20. Kimberly Says:

    First let me say its an honor to be a part of such and fun and creative venture. I love looking at each individuals works. They give me a great deal of inspiration. Can’t wait to see what ya’ll come up with next Monday. (smile) Thank you to all the participants who commented on my piece. I appreciate the feedback and support. This is just way cool.

  21. Ginger Says:

    Here is a link for mine, Thank your taking the time to look and I appreciate any feedback.

  22. Jenni Says:

    Hi there. This is my first entry ever. Love this site…I’m so glad I found it. My borrowed items were drywall and drywall mud. My husband has a pile of drywall just sitting here that hes been saying hes going to use forever now so I just borrowed some. LOL

  23. Anti-Aging : Says:

    it is a great idea to take your kids in art lesson workshops because it helps them develop .

  24. Floor Lamp Says:

    .“ I am really thankful to this topic because it really gives useful information -;,

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