Friday, December 13, 2013

Day 7 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.

I have added the entire hop list to my left sidebar.

Here is my project for today.  I will post details later.
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The background is an Itkupilli image that I duplicated, rotated horizontally, and merged together to create one big brownstone looking building.  I highly encourage everyone to check out Itkupilli's blog as she has some awesome new stuff that has so many applications that will work with ATCs, mixed-media and art journaling. 

 I added the snow in photoshop CS6.  Both images were colored with copics, scanned to my pc and were edited in PSE8 as I am more comfortable with that program. I still need to learn a lot about the CS6 program.

  "Devil Boy" is from Smeared Ink's "Creepers" digi set and "Sad Frosty" is drawn by Rick St. Dennis for his rubber set "Dark Holidaze" and can be purchased exclusively as a "past offering" through Smeared Ink's Rubber Club.  I forgot to mention that the sentiment is from the "Serial Killer Santa" digital stamp set by Smeared Ink.

Cheers!
~ Lady Brayton ~

Below is a picture of the "Dark Holidaze" stamp set.  
It comes on a thick 8.5" x 11" sheet of deeply etched, unmounted red rubber.


Here is a pic of the "Creepers" digi set:


Here is a pic of the "Serial Killer Santa" digi set:

BTW, did you know if you play along with the "Smudgy Antics" Anything Goes Monthly challenge on the Smeared and Smudged Forum you have a chance of winning a gift voucher to the Smeared Ink Shop?  All you need to do is join the Smeared and Smudged Forum, which is free, and add a project using exclusively Smeared Ink Stamps.  Any stamps purchased through Smeared Ink's Rubber Club count as well since they can only be purchased through Smeared Ink.  How easy is that?



13 comments:

  1. poor frosty......

    I think he is my fav creepmas stamp, he is so cute (if you can say that of a snowman with an axe in his head LOL)

    love what you made, very funny

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  2. Spit out my coffee with this one. Fab sentiment. I must say that a bazillion times a day (in my head, at least) LOVE it! The Creeper looks so proud of himself for axing Frosty. ho, ho, HO!

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  3. OMGoodness..I almost fell out of my chair and spit my drink out. Too dang funny. I love this card.

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  4. WINNER!! Love everything about it but the sentiment seals the deal for me!

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  5. oMYg...hilarious! Great digital card. Love the stamps, coloring and the sentiment is perfectly matched to the image!

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  6. EEEEKKK!!! I just had a closeup of all the detail and wished I hadn't! Beautiful hair on the bad guy but his face...I do want to sleep tonight. I wonder if Aled Jones would agree with the attack on the Snowman? I can't remember where you live but over here Aled Jones released his version of Walking in the Air when he was a boy and hasn't been allowed to forget it! He has been known to threaten snowpeople!

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  7. awesome!!! love your digi project! Fabulous sentiment too!!! mo x

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  8. can't wait to get my set to play with!!! And wow loving the creepers! Totally awesome creation and combination. Loving the sentiment lol

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  9. You always make such awesome digital projects. I think you're very talented. I love everything about this: the images work so well together. The snow you added is perfect.

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  10. great work as always-I agree about Itkupilli0Ive known Kirsi a long time-she has great images and so easy to use

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  11. I laughed my @ss off when I first saw this, such a great Creepmas card! Of course your digital work is superb!!

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