Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Smeared Ink - new release blog hop

It is NEW RELEASE time at Smeared Ink and that comes with a Blog Hop! I am super excited to get to participate this time around as a Guest Designer.

This release, the challenge was to use three different Smeared Ink sets to create the project.  That really got my brain going.  I will admit that originally, I was going a different direction, but when I actually pulled my stamp sets, this image took over in my brain and here it is for all of you to see!!

The primary image is "Scared Eyes" and is one of the new releases.  Above are the cathedral and bird from Holy City and the sentiment is from Li'l Grumpies.  I used Sugar Cookie Glimmer Mist on the panel.  After it dried I placed a stencil from Crafters Template on and sprayed with Olive Vine.  I further distressed the edges with  brown ink and then a copper metal paint pen.  It is all mounted on a panel of dark green.

I hope that you take the time to visit all the artists on the hop.  There are some amazingly creative people associated with it and they always inspire me.  Take the time to leave them a little love :).

Smudgy Antics http://www.smudgyantics.blogspot.com
Terra http://www.moresmearedink.blogspot.com
Tori  http://ndustrial-lemon.blogspot.com
Alex january Guest http://www.paperandstring.blogspot.com/
Jane February Guest http://jcocraft.blogspot.com/
Sugar March Guest http://sugscardsnmore.blogspot.com/

Get Inky!


Alison said...

Alex, this is totally brilliant! I wouldn't have thought to put the eyes with the cathedral, but they work perfectly together!!! What an awesome job! So glad you got to play along with us!

Carol said...

Fabulous job! love the new images! TFS

~Lady B~ said...

Ditto what Alison had said! Utterly brilliant! You definitely rocked this challenge!

Jane said...

Wow awesome work those eyes look fantastic
Luv Jane xxx

Sugar said...

that is amazing! prolly what my mind looks like lol

DK Spins said...

This is so cool, Alex and I love the images you chose for "Scared Eyes". It's all so soft, yet so profound. Beautiful!

blackdragon said...

Hauntingly beautiful.... it really disturbs me.... i LOVE IT!
I wouldnt have thought of using these stamps together.... you have a brilliantly creative mind.... i am envious.
This really really is brilliant.
love lynx