Our Challenge Policy

This is how you can play:
1. Just upload a newly made project to your online blog or gallery. Then leave a direct link to your project in the link widget at the bottom of the challenge post. One entry per participant. To make your entry count more, follow the guideline below:
a) You can enter any project as long as it meets the challenge requirements and it will count for one entry.
b) If your project includes a Guylou's Inimitability digistamp, it will count for two entries.

If you don’t have a GI image, you can visit Guylou's Inimitability Store to purchase one or get one of the freebies offered.

2. You must also meet all the requirements listed in the challenge post in order to qualify to win.

3. All Challenge entries posted on your blogs must have a link to the challenge post here and credit must be given to Guylou's Inimitability whenever using a GI image on your project.

4. Do not link to a blog post which was created prior to the time frame of the current challenge.

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6. Most of all... have fun!

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Danger! Danger!! Super Rick calling Earth!!

As a child, I was fascinated with any television programs or movies that had to do with space and aliens. I remember watching the 1951 version of the movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still" and being totally amazed when Gort came out of the spaceship and started to shoot laser beams at the army. (For you movie buffs... did you know that James Dean played in that movie as one of the soldiers and was never credited. I just love those useless facts.) One of my favorite TV programs was "Lost in space". I had a big crush on Major Don West. That show was so before its time. The costumes, the set, the characters, everything was so futuristic and interesting to me. I used to dream that one day, we would be able to travel in space and meet other civilizations. Last, but not least, there is also Superman! Although he is widely considered to be an American cultural icon, maybe you don't know that, but he is also part Canadian. He was created by Canadian-born American artist Joe Shuster in 1932. Super Rick was inspired by these memories and is available with or without a cape. I also created a spaceship image and a combination birthday image. Super Rick is awesome for birthday and Halloween cards. As a bonus, Tracy, one of my DT members, has designed a wonderful sentiment which will be offered free of charge with a purchase of any of the Super Rick images. Thanks Tracy!
To have access to my store, just click on the image you would like to purchase. Please take a moment to see what my wonderful Design Team has created with Super Rick and be inspired:
Guylou's creations
Gina's creation
Danni's Creation
Tracy's Creation


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