Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Smeared Ink Fall Release!!!!!

It's new release time over at Smeared Ink!!!!!  In honor of Smeared Ink's Fall release the Smeared Ink owners and the Design Team Members are having a blog hop.  Before you start hopping, how about a peek at the new images?
The five sets below are the new rubber stamp sets.  They can be ordered in the shop Sept. 1st and will begin shipping on Monday the 6th. 

"As Death"

"Build a Zombie Alphabet"

"Creepy Li'l Grumpies"

"Lonely Boy and Puff"

"Quoth the Raven"

Here are the new digi images:

"The Patch"

"Part of the Pack"

"Gargoyles"

"Glam Vamps"
The digi images are available for purchase Sept. 1st.  They can either be purchased as a set or as individual images.  There will be more digis to come!  Check out the shop for pricing and details.

Ready to hop?
Ohhh....wait a sec...!  There's more!
Smeared Ink is once again hosting The 31 Days of Halloween!!!!!  What's that?  It's 31 days of creative chaos with a Halloween theme of course.  There are projects posted daily for your creepy inspiration.  Prizes can be won for participants as well as blog hoppers.  There is so much info about this month-long event so rather than messing up the deets, just click the link above for the 411.

Now for my eye candy!  I was lucky enough to work with a few images from Smeared Ink's "Build a Zombie Alphabet".  Talk about a cool set!  Click the pics for a larger view.  This alphabet absolutely rocks!  The letters are gory and gross!  Perfect for Halloween greetings!  The zombies come in separate parts so they can be mixed and matched to create the perfect combo of creep!  I had so much fun with these images!  I'll have to get the rest of the set!!!


For my first card, I colored my zombie parts and the graveyard with copic markers.  The graveyard background is from Smeared Ink's "Holy City" rubber stamp set.  Don't these sets look like they are made for eachother?  The cardstock is DCWV and the goo border punch is MS.  I did add some diamond glaze for some shine.

My second card also utilizes DCWV cardstock and the Devil's goo border punch.  Here you can get a look at the zombie alphabet which I colored with copics, punched out with a 1 inch circle punch, and glued into beer caps.  Some of my glue oozed out by the zombie's foot.  I like the look so much that I'm going to add some more glue and let it drip and dry to resemble slime.  FYI...diamond glaze can be tinted!  I'm thinking toxic green or blood red would be cool!  The zombies (from Build a Zombie Alphabet) and graveyard are also colored with copic markers.  The graveyard background here is also from Smeared Ink's "Holy City" rubber stamp set.  The bat brads are Making Memories.

Here's my thrifty tip of the day:  Buy your beer caps from a liquor store or an online store that sells microbrewing supplies.  It's way cheaper than anything you can buy at the craft stores.  Of course recycling is even thriftier with the added bonus of being able to toss back a few cold ones!

Now for the blog list:
Lady Brayton<-----Me!)

Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to check out everyones' work and leave them some love. Also, check out Smeared Ink's ning group "Smeared and Smudged". They have challenges, prizes, tutorials, and an awesome group of ladies and gents.

Cheers!

~Lady B~

17 comments:

  1. I loves me some Zombies, so I think this is amazing work! LOVE them both! That alphabet is very cool.

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  2. Absolutely love them! Especially "as death" and "creepy little grumpies"!

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  3. wow LB your cards are soooo freaking awesome im lovin it...hugz anita

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  4. I can't see anything here that I don't just adore. Amazing work as always LB

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  5. Your work is outstanding the zombies are great can't wait to get my hands on a set
    Luv Jane xxx

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  6. Oh LB!!!! Seriously???? Your coloring is smashing, your design is above reproach!!! They are both my favorites!!! and you're absolutely 100% right...they pair with Holy City PERFECTLY!!!

    Simple Smeared Ink deliciousness right here...

    wow...amazing...

    xoxo
    Meredith

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  7. LB I totally agree with everyone, especially Meredith! I cannot believe how totally freaking awesome this is! Just amazing!!!

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  8. These are effing awesome! I love em both! Brilliant idea to pair them with Holy City! I love your glue drip. How will you color it? Sick, sick, sick! Love it all!!!

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  9. I'm speechless....I KNEW you could rock these out!!! I love everything, absolutely everything about them!! Wait til Tori sees them, she's going to have nightmares (and I mean that in a good way!!!) Once again, I am bowing down in this hop...

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  10. ewe creepy...I LOVE IT! such great cards!!! I have to have this stamp you have inspired me.

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  11. Really? Your insane!! Those zombies are DOPE!! You made such cool projects!! WOWOWOW!!!

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  12. Oh my. Fan-freaking-tastic!

    Wow. Both are great.

    The second one made me think of "Thriller". Wouldn't it be fun to animate them and make 'em dance?

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  13. Creepy zombies and great backgrounds on the cards, perfect! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  14. It looks like he is coming straight out of the card and the drippy glue is a great effect.
    Have a great day.

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  15. I'm SOOOOOOO GLAD you got to work with this set!!! You're fantastic with GREEN SKIN!! I might need you come over for Halloween and paint me up!! :)

    Your cards are creepily fantastic! I love the paper combos and the use of the bottle caps! Excellent!!!

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  16. Ooooh sooo scary LB! I love it! The patterned paper works fabulous with everything! So awesome!

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  17. Lady if i wasnt old enough to be your mother, i'd wanna be you when i grow up.
    You inspire me!
    You amaze me!
    You make me feel like a kid again... wanting to emulate the cool kid at school.
    Lady you are simply the best!
    love lynx

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