Thursday, September 8, 2011

Blog Hop

Welcome to the Smeared and Smudged Blog Hop!!!

the theme for this month's blog hop is "Pieces and Parts" Use at least two stamp or digi images combined to make a "new" image or focal point on your project.

and here is my creation

I took a girl from the Chicks dig guns set and the wings from Quoth the raven and made a new image...kinda an angel of death sort of feel....I used the mask technique to get the wings on her.

I colored her with colored pencils, the gun too...then I liquid glassed the gun to make it really stand out...I was inspired by a scene in the Rock N Rolla challenge this the music video a cop drops something in the water and she is black and white and the water is was really cool! that and I loved making my grumpie card earlier this week I just had to try it again...and I didn't do to much else to this and I love how it turned may become a wall hanging instead of a card...hmmm

now that you have heard me ramble...go check out what the rest of the members have for is the hop list if you're lost...your next stop should be Heather


Black Dragon




Kapree <<- - - ME


Lady Brayton









I would like to enter this into the following challenges:

the pink elephant: Sketch

flutterby wednesdays: things with wings

cards for men: G is for Gun

creative card crew: anything goes

paper play challenges: two or more stamped images

stamptacular sunday: anything goes


ldfdesign said...

she looks really good with wings! i love how the gun pops! great job!

Basement Stamper said...

love the combination of the two stamps you used. Great job on the theme!

Laura B said...

She is so terribly cool with the wings! And the gun looks awesome.

ike said...

WoW - she looks really great with wings. Totally love this image :-0
Ike xxx

Anonymous said...

nice job combining the images to create a cohesive focal point and the color scheme really pops - great job.

~Lady B~ said...

Gorgeous! The color combo is stunning and I love the combo of images You've used!

paula a said...

Love this concept, Kapree! fabulous blending of the images.
Paula A

Kristina said...

Great challenge card! Love the images!

Jane said...

Love your combination of stamps they look awesome
Luv Jane xxx

monique said...

love the combination, looks great, great job

Sunshine51 said...

I have been admiring this digi. What a great idea to give her wings; Angel of Death indeed! Great job!

Sara a.k.a. Eternal Princess Ryan said...

She is perfect!!! I love her and what an awesome idea... the images that you added together are perfect! Have a wonderful rest of the week!

margie c said...

What an amazing card!
Thank you for playing along with us at The Pink Elephant!
hugs, margie

sideshow stamps said...

Awesome card! Very creative combination of stamps! :)

Heather said...

Love how you combined the images and just used a touch of blue for pop!

DK Spins said...

How's it going Mama-to-be? Love the card that you made, Kapree! It's funny, I almost used the same Chick Dig Guns image & the wings from the Poe plate for mine, but decided not to at the last minute. Weird, huh? Anyway, Great Job. TFS, Dianne

Scrap Vamp said...

So striking! Love that stamp with the wings! Gorgeous!

Shanna Shands said...

This is definitely a new card I've never seen. You have opened my eyes to a completely new theme.... VERY CREATIVE. Thanks for joining the creative card crew challenge hope to see you next challenge.


Marianne said...

You made a very special card. I never saw this image before and I red that you gave her wings. Love your the colorcombo. Just a little bit of blue.
Thank you so much for joining us at Stamptacular Sunday Challenge this week.
Hugs Marianne

I Don't Do Straignt said...

I looks like one stamp! Fantastic Job. Love it :)

Fiona. x

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Great card!! Thanks so much for playing along with The Pink Elephant!!

Danni said...

What an interesting image! Thank you for playing along with my flutter by challenge!

Sharon Caudle said...

Great card! Thanks so much for joining us at PaperPlay Challenges and hope you join us again soon!
hugs, Sharon