Thursday, September 8, 2011

Smeared Ink Blog Hop ~Pieces & Parts~

Hello, all! This is my first time ever participating in a blog hop, other than hopping around and commenting, and I am so excited! I hope you will visit the Smudgy Antics Blog to take a look around and begin to hop for some inspiration!

Here is the blog roll for the hop, just in case you lose your way:

Terra: http://www.moresmearedink.blogspot.com

Black Dragon: http://lynsblogger.blogspot.com/

Jane: http://jcocraft.blogspot.com/

Kim: http://basementstamper.blogspot.com

Celina: http://www.scrapvamp.blogspot.com <----You are Here!---->

Kapree: http://kc-consultant.blogspot.com/

Heather: http://stampdetails.blogspot.com/

Lady Brayton: http://www.ladybrayton71.blogspot.com

Kristy: http://kristyleesworld.wordpress.com

Monique: http://www.phoebekattebeest.blogspot.com

Lisa: http://www.ldfdesign.blogspot.com

Ike: http://www.suzy-ikesworld.blogspot.com

Jean: http://jean-jeansartdolls.blogspot.com/

Dianne: http://dkspinner.blogspot.com

Kelli: http://cajunstampingqueen.blogspot.com

Sara: http://WelcomeToMyDarkSide.blogspot.com

The topic for this blog hop is as follows:
The theme this month is Pieces and Parts. Use at least two stamp or digi images combined to make a "new" image or focal point on your project. So, you can combine the top half of one stamp with the bottom of another, or add a part of one to another, or even build a background from several images, it's up to you! Use your imagination and have fun with it. We can't wait to see what you come up with! Also, don't forget the S&S rule that is has to be stamped somewhere (digi stamps are fine), which we're sure you won't miss with this month's theme.

So here is my take on this topic!

Till Death Layout. This is my take on using two stamps to make one focal point in my page. I used the Calavera Bride and Groom Digi stamps from Smeared Ink to create an artistic page that reminds me of how marriage means that each person is two parts to a whole. (A little mushy, I know....Lol.) I used some yellow cardstock with black laser cut paper, lots and lots of flowers from my stash, copics to color the stamps, Stickles, Thicksers, Lindy's Stamp Gang Mists (to color alphas), and different colors of liquid pearls.

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18 comments:

  1. oh wow! it looks like one stamp, i think smeared ink needs to make this into a stamp! awesome!

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  2. Celina: love the thought behind this page, it's fantastic!

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  3. I like it! The colors are so festive.:)

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  4. AWESOME - love the stunning colours and all the embellies. :-)
    Hugz
    Ike xxx

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  5. Great design! I love your use of bold colors and liked hearing your mushy, but sweet thoughts on marriage. You rock!

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  6. Fabulous Celina! love the concept. tfs
    Paula A

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  7. That is one awesome page layout...LOVE IT!!

    Thanks for coming by today and my post seems so "fitting" for your page....LOL! LOL! LOL!

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  8. Ooooh Just love this. I love "Day of the Dead" images! I'm going to go look up those stamps you said are from Smeared & Smudged! This Hop is probably going to get me in to trouble (financial trouble lol!)I am also a new follower of yours!
    Peace,
    Kristy

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  9. I love it the colours look awesome
    Luv Jane xxx

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  10. love it, looks like 1 stamp, love the colours

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  11. Lovely Dia de Los Muertas card!! Love all the colors.

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  12. Celina... You have done a wonderful job! I love this layout and yay for another one who is hooked on Stickles! (Hee-Hee) Yeah it is mushy; but in a creepy way!! I love all the flowers you have added! Have a wonderful rest of the week!

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  13. Very cool design! I love the colors you used, and great layout too! :)

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  14. What an amazing way to use those images- so festive and bright too.

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  15. This is quite beautiful Celina! I love the colors that you chose - it's all so romantic in a different way. Love it & love that you got to hop with S&S. Great Job! Dianne

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  16. Oh my goodness! your take LO on this is just amazing! Love it!

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  17. Love it!!!!! the image and the colours are gorgeous. FAB job :)

    Fiona. x

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