Monday, December 23, 2013

Day 12 of the 12 Days of Creepmas with Smeared and Smudged

Congrats if you've made it this far down the hop list!
  I am Lady Brayton.  

If you arrived here from Kat's fabulous blog, you are on the right track.  If you came from someplace else or arrived here by accident and want to start the hop from the beginning, head over to Terra's blog.  After you are done with my blog, your next and final stop on the Creepmas 2013 Blog Hop is the amazingly talented Alison.  Although I am posting early, the hop goes live at 9am Pacific Time.

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I want to thank everyone who has left such lovely comments on my blog.  As soon as I get some time off work with no projects to make, I intend to visit your blogs too and return the love.

Today I made Candy Cane Wreaths.  For the tutorial, visit the Tuts and Comments Blog (if you haven't done so already).  Click the pictures to enlarge.  I apologize for any blurry photos as I've had bad hand tremors lately.

For my first wreath I used Hersey's Chocolate Mint candy canes decorated with curling ribbon and the adorable "Everett Elf" from RSD's Zibbet Shoppe.  I reversed Everett so he had a twin.  The elves were colored with Copic markers and the background paper was colored with Distress Inks.
Here is a close-up of the stamped images.



For my second wreath I used a stamp from the "Dark Holidaze" rubber set drawn by RSD and sold exclusively as a "Past Offering" through Smeared Ink's Rubber Club.
Here is a close-up of the image which is colored with Copic Markers.

Here is the finished wreath prior to hanging.

Here is the wreath hanging.  Sorry about the poor lighting and I don't know what's up with that one extra long candy cane.  LOL!

Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Happy Holidays to All!
~ Lady B ~

8 comments:

  1. Again - great wreaths! Apparently the red and white candy cane factory needs some quality control - lol.

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  2. FAbulous wreaths and wonderful tut, Lady B! that weaving and tying looks like so much work I may have to resort to the hot glue route. Gorgeous coloring on both images, as well. Hope you have the Merriest Creepmas EVAH! xxD

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  3. These are fantastic just like all your other work. I really like the weaving of the ribbon. I'm so stealing this idea for next year. Have a very Merry Creepmas and a Happy New Year.

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  4. Left you some love on the Tuts site. This wreath is fantastic! Thanks for sharing the directions!

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  5. I loved reading your tutorial for this on the Tuts blog! A fabulous idea and awesome outcome! love the wreaths! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas! mo xxx

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  6. Totally love those! such fabulous creations. Love how you have colored the image up. Thank you so much for the tutorial. May you have a fabulous Christmas!

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  7. Loving this wreath, you have made the tutorial so clear and easy to follow. Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.

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  8. This candy cane wreath looks so delicious and fun. Saw it at the Tuts and Comments Blog too. Thank you - Brayton, for doing this hop with us. It has been a joy seeing all of your different Creepmas projects. Merry Creepmas/Christmas to you! Hugs from Wiola in Sweden

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