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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Smeared & Smudged Member Blog Hop



If you have hopped on over from Jane's blog, you are in the right place and I'm so happy you are here visiting.
Today is the first time I'm participating in the Smeared & Smudged Member Blog Hop.  I've been a member over there for awhile, although embarrassingly not a very active member.  I love the creations, but my style is just a tad bit different than most of the members over there and you'll see my card is still kind of cutesy.

With the theme this month being Pieces and Parts, I knew exactly which stamps I wanted to use.  We were to 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!


I combined a few stamps to create this funky image.  These are some of the new stamps from Stampotique.  I chose to use the body of Little Tatawea with the head off the Halloween Cube 2 and Stella's Hat to top off my gal.

From here you will want to jump on over to Celina's blog and see what fabulous creation she has in store for you.

Here is the complete list of participants:
Ike 

Card details:
Cardstock: Garden Green, Going Gray, Watercolor paper and Pixie Pink
Embellishments: Paint the Town Pink Ribbon, spellbinders nestabilities

25 comments:

Summerthyme Studio said...

This is totally creative Kim I love it!

ldfdesign said...

smeared and smudged doesn't judge on your style! they are wonderful over there ;). lovely work! love the images together

Willy said...

Love it!! Great combination of stamps!

Lisa Somerville said...

How fun Kim! Great combination of stamps with your sentiment!

Laura B said...

This is great! I love the sentiment.:)

ike said...

FAB creation Kim. Love the way you HAD to throw in some pink. :-)
Hugz
Ike xx

TenSGal said...

So cute...you did a great job on this...love the smeared and smudged look!

Greetings By Chera said...

How FUN! Great card!
Chera

~Lady B~ said...

Stunning project! I love the new image you came up with! He may be cute, but in a creepy way...and I love it!

kaleidoscopeimpressions said...

Nice work combining the two - the sentiment is just perfect!

Susan said...

so far this is the coolest and SMOOTHEST transition or metamorphosis! I love it!
Susan

Kristina said...

Nicely done, so creative! Love the sentiment!
Peace,
Kristy

whatspeaks2myheart said...

fantastic Kim! and the sentiment is simply perfect. tfs
Paula A

Jane said...

Love it fantastic work
Luv Jane xxx

monique said...

really love it, great job

Sunshine51 said...

I love the sentiment you used with this image. Great work!

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

Oh Kim... no need to worry that it is a bit cutesy, as I am new and still do some of that also! You have done a wonderful job with this challenge! I have enjoyed visiting your blog and seeing your awesome creation! I have become a follower too! Have a wonderful rest of the week!!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Funky ain't the word for it, totally my cupa' tea GF....how did ya' get hubby to pose? lol

sideshow stamps said...

...still looks creepy to me! Pink doesn't make it cute, pink makes it ROCK! :) Love the card!! Very cool combo of elements!

DK Spins said...

Love the combination - Stampotique images rock! Glad you were able to hop with all of us at S&S, Kim. Great card! Dianne

Heather said...

What a neat combination of styles (with a touch of pink!)

Erica said...

Great combination of stamps!!!

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Scrap Vamp said...

You're card is so cool! Love the design and colors! And the stamp combination is amazing!

I Don't Do Straignt said...

Fab creation! everything works so well together...... including the pink LOL

Fiona.x

dutchstamptramp said...

Your card made me smile, lovely "transformation"

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