Sunday, December 2, 2012

The 13 Days of Creepmas, Day 2


~ You have reached the blog of Lady B aka Sniffing Glue Dots. ~

This year I am participating in 3 hops dealing with Creepmas. 
I will put the info for all of the hops below.  Look for the hop you are following and read that section to find out where you go next on the hop.  If you have some time on your hands, why not check out all three hops?  To assure you don't get lost along the way, follow one blog path at a time.   I've listed the blog rolls in my left side bar for your convenience.


This hop takes place December 1st -  December 13th.  As far as I know, this is the original Creepmas Blog hop that inspired so many others.
Click on the Creepmas button on my left sidebar for details about Creepmas as well as the full blog list.  If you are following this hop, you should have arrived here from "SHANNUMBLER'S Blog" and your next stop on the hop is the Blog of "Something Wicked This Way Comes". 


This hop takes place December 1st - December 13th. and goes live at
 midnight PST on its scheduled days.
This is the first annual Creepmas Blog Hop for Rick and his EDT girls.  You will be seeing some of Rick's newest and creepiest images along the way.
Be sure to check out Rick's blog to find out about the fabulous prizes you can win.  
The full blog list is posted in my left sidebar.  If you are following this hop you should have arrived here from the amazingly talented Miranda and your next stop on the hop is the awesome Pauline showing off her wonderful work.


This hop takes place on the 12 odd days leading up to Christmas.  This hop goes live @ 9am PST on December 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19,21,and 23.
The full hop list is posted in my left sidebar.  You should have arrived here from The Smeared and Smudged Blog and your next stop on the hop is the wonderfully talented Carolyn.  Click here to see how you can win a prize just by hopping along and leaving comments for the bloggers.

Here is my offering for today:
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I have a cute digital card for you today. 
The background is from Itkupilli and the papers are from my stash.  What totally makes this project are the stamped images used to create the scene.  I used three stamped images, all from Rick St. Dennis.
I used The "Creepmas Tree" that was made for our dear EDT member, Gloria.  You can see that I used the poor "Sad Frosty" as well.  I realize he has an ax in his head, but I think he is too cute! Lastly, I used "Gimme Candy" from the Halloween section of the shop.  If Christmas trees and ornaments can be in the stores when I am trying to find skulls for Halloween then I can have a pumpkin candy bucket in my Christmas Creepmas Card.  Everything was colored and assembled in PSE8.  Thanks for stopping by!

Cheers!
~ Lady B ~

19 comments:

  1. This is FAB-now my back story would be that the little imp clobbered poor Frosty and took over the Holidays-and a cheerier event it is with shrunken heads and dead snakes---really fun and wonderfulicious!!!!

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  2. What a stunning card Lady B! Love the scenery and love the colors! Greetings, Caroline

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  3. How clever to combine the three images! Such a Creepmas atmosphere! LOL I'm sure I've had a Boxing Day headache like poor Frosty! And the holly berries is the perfect touch on the bucket! Fabulous background and shadowing, too!
    hugs
    Pauline

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  4. WOW looks immense especially incorporating more than one digi x

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  5. wowzers, this is so cool, all those images together in 1 card STUNNING piece of art LB
    hugs
    Miranda

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  6. Love the combination of your images. Great work.

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  7. Well, I've said it before Lady B, your digi work just rocks! Gimme Candy looks like he's jumping right off the page after clobbering poor frosty. Creepmas at it's very best! xxD

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  8. So much to love here!! I'll start at the back - the way you "stitched" the papers together is fabby and the ticket look of the forward paper really ties it up in Creepmas cheer. And three image so nicely coordinated - cool! I totally agree with others that the candy satyr is the culprit and the shining star of the scene!

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  9. Oh this is brilliant, I adore your digital art, just cant work out how its done, as im just a pen and paper gal.
    Love Hazelxo

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  10. your digi work rocks LB, love the images you used, but my fav is the poor Frosty, great job on him with all th blood splatter. Love this one

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  11. Just a plain old big WOW from me - everyone's said it all before. Fabulous. So glad you are sharing your talent with us all xxx

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  12. Lady B, my instructions for using the printable shrink plastic say to use the Hue/Satuation choice under Image -> Adjustments and lighten the image by 28% on the Lightness bar, which is not the same as the Saturation bar. They also say to test this. My first try wasn't quite right but I can't remember if I had to lighten it more or make it darker. I used it anyway since the layers together with the snowflakes took two whole sheets and that stuff is pretty expensive.

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  13. Bawhaahaa love the axe! all things great about it! xx

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  14. Wow!!!! This is amazing. I need you here in Canada so you can teach me how to do that. I love what you did here.
    Hugs Nat

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  15. Awesome card!! LOVE the creepy tree!!

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  16. Wow, Creepy creation.
    TFS!
    Hugs,
    Julia

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