Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Smeared and Smudged Blog Hop

It’s been forever since I participated in a blog hop, so I decided to play along with the Smeared and Smudged June Member Blog Hop.  We were told to use an element from nature in our project, along with some sort of stamped image.  Here’s the card I came up with.

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I decided to make a nighttime forest scene.:) 

Here’s the list of all of the blogs on the hop today, in order.  Please check them all out.

Tori

Paula

Sugar

Kapree

Lady Brayton

Black Dragon

Heather

Me!>You are here.

Ike

Jane

Jennifer

Happy Hopping!

 

Card details – Night sky was created with Dusty Concord and Faded Jeans Distress Inks, stars were made using a silver Spica pen, moon is a stamp I bought last year at Stampaway, Celtic braid stamp is about 11 years old from Stampin’ Up, spider stamp from Studio G, “Nocturnes” sentiment from The Graphics Fairy, hemp twine, Distress Stickles, and twigs courtesy of my maple trees.

Thank you for looking!

-Laura

10 comments:

Sugar said...

awesome! love the cute lil moon face :)

P. (Mountain Mama) said...

Very pretty and peaceful night scene. Love the trees! TFS, Paula

Dragonfly Jane said...

Very inventive use of the twigs for the trees, wonderful card.

I Don't Do Straignt said...

Very creative, love the lil moon face :)

ike said...

I love that Celtic stamp - wonderful. I think that's a bit of a scray moon face though - kinda creeps me out :-)
Hugz
Ike xx

DonnaMundinger said...

Great night time scene! Those twigs really make a graphic statement! xxD

Jane said...

Great project love the spider on the twig
Luv Jane xxx

Crafty Lynz said...

Wow this is awesome. Looks so peacefull... love the sky & the moon! x

blackdragon said...

I like the sinister undertones in this piece... beautiful work.
Long time no see...glad you hopped with us again.
I'm like you with Etsy... keep meaning to do it but then get the 'jitters'.
Keep safe lynx

Heather said...

I love the nighttime scene. I like how you colored the sky and used the twigs to make the trees.