Wednesday, December 5, 2012

CREEPMAS HOPS


I'm Lady B.  Welcome to my blog!
I'm trying to shorten my blog posts as much as possible. 
As most of you know, I am involved in three Creepmas hops at the moment.  All of the information about the Creepmas hops and prizes can be found in the links below and the full Blog Rolls for each hop are posted in my left sidebar.

The 13 Days of Creepmas, the Official Site (Day 5)

I will start with my Day 5 project for the RSD and the Official Creepmas Hop.  The RSD hop has prizes so be sure to check out his original blog and his "airless chambers blog" for details.  This hop goes live at Midnight PST.  


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I had so much fun making this greeting card!  I found the background picture online from a home decorating site and knew I had to make something with it!  I used the digi stamp "Creepmas Toy Boy" from Rick St. Dennis, I colored and added texture to him in PSE8, and then added him to the scene.  Don't you just love the toy he received from Santa? 


If you are following the Rick St. Dennis Hop, your next stop is Pauline's Blog.



If you are following the Official Creepmas Hop, your next stop is "Something Wicked this Way Comes".  The full hop lists are posted in my left sidebar.



Now onto the 12 Days of Creepmas with Smeared and Smudged.  Today is Day 3 for this hop as it posts on all the odd days leading up to Christmas.  This hop goes live at 9am PST.  Here is my offering.  Click image to enlarge.

I have made another Greeting Card for your enjoyment. 
 Once again, I found a gorgeous background picture on a home decor site.  It was too perfect so I had to alter it a bit.  I chopped off half of the picture and added my own touch to it.  I used digi stamps from Smeared Ink, colored them in PSE8, and added them to the scene.  I used "Serial Killer Santa", the sentiment, and "Santa's Bag" all from the "Serial Killer Santa Digi Set".  The cool thing about this set is that it contains a non-killer version of Santa as well as an empty Santa's bag, a traditional fireplace, several non-traditional sentiments, and a lot of wicked images.  
The set is flexible so you can make naughty or nice Christmas cards.
 I know the artist.  She's a pretty cool chic.  Strange, but cool.

If you are Hopping with Smeared and Smudged, 
your next stop on the hop is Carolyn.  The full blog roll is on my left sidebar.

Happy Hopping!
~ Lady B ~

23 comments:

  1. Two fantastic projects- I really wish I had bought that Creepmas toy boy image now! Love the sweet background contrasting with him!

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  2. both creations are fantabulous again, so cool to integrate a drawing in a photograph, it looks awesome
    hugs
    Miranda

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  3. OMG, Lady B! LOVE how you've used the fabulously decorated rooms as the setting for the rather disturbed individuals. You seem to be rather fascinated by sharp objects today. LOL xxD

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  4. I love the combination of photo background and digital artwork. So cool xx

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  5. I love the combination of photo background and digital artwork. So cool xx

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  6. Amazing job again. You are the best

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  7. OMG I love both of your projects - you make creepy so beautiful. LOL Great job with the digital work, too, BTW. :)

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  8. Love both your projects, the top one made me laugh, Think its based on my friends kids today when I visited!!! LoL Love Hazelxo

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  9. Oh i was looking all Day yesterday for background like that for my card, and didn't find it. Can i ask where is from???
    Love both of them.
    Hugs Nat

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  10. Fabulous projects!! LOVE the santa!!

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  11. This is hysterical_ I KNOW those people and always wondered aboutthe kid they kept in the basement-now we ALL know---Great job....

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  12. Both of your cards today are beyond wonderful!! Not only is your coloring as amazing as usual but using the home decor rooms is absolutely inspired - hope you don't mind if I use that technique some time. But YOU are MY hero!!

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  13. Super card Lady B. Love the combination of the photo and the digi! And the digi is colored fabulous. Greetings, Caroline

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  14. Nice. I really like the effect you are getting using the photographic backgrounds. Superb work.

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  15. Great digital creations Lady B...I love your work! You put the creepy in Creepmas!

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  16. Oh my gosh LB would not want to meet that Santa and the creepy boy is..creepy.Beautiful work as always.lovely coloring and blending.
    hugs
    susan s.

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  17. So much creepmas! I love the home decor backgrounds to those images, brilliant and fun! :) xx

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  18. Both are fab wonders of creepy goodness! I love how you incorporate your digis into real photos!

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  19. Fantastic cards and great backgrounds on both of them, looks like Santa is a bit more at home in his than the Creepmas Toy Boy! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  20. LB has done it again!! Both projects are just too fabulous. When I grow up can I play with your toys? xxx

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  21. Love both these holiday greeting cards! How fun to take the home decor pics and creep-i-fy them. Fab art!

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