Smeared Ink: Bone to Pick with you challenge

Undead Hotties Catfight brewing

It’s Monday again (I know, UGH!!) but that means a new challenge at the Smudgy Antics http://smudgyantics.blogspot.com/ and this week, it’s Bone to Pick with you.  You can use the link to head on over to the blog and check out the wonderful inspiration pieces created by the design team.  Then pull out your favorite Smeared Ink stamp(s), rubber or digi, make something & link back to it on the blog (all the challenge details are listed in the blog post). You can win the Reaper digi, absolutely free, that I used in the Halloween Release blog hop on Friday.  NOW… Here’s how I made mine :).  Lindsay Weirich of Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff shared the Gothic Arch Template in the October 2011 Scrap and Stamp Arts magazine.  I photocopied that at original size on white cardstock, cut it out and traced it onto blue cardstock that I cut and adhered for stability.  BUT before I cut the blue cardstock, I flipped over onto the blank side and stamped with Ranger Distress inks Vintage photo and Broken China, and Archival Jet Black using a Stampscapes leafy branch stamp.  I used the distress ink tool to add Vintage Photo along the bottom of the arch to imply the ground/horizon.  Just a hint of white sketch pencil was added to the right edge of the main panel to imply moonlight.  All the digi images were printed on Georgia Pacific white cardstock with HP printers and ink.  All images were from the Glam Vamps Smeared Ink set, except for the Prissie Zombie (also Smeared Ink) down in front.  The Light Cross was printed as a contact page size, the Vampires were printed wallet size, and the Zombie was printed Passport (I think its 31×45 mm).  The cross was cut out and colored with the inks used on the back ground.  The images were colored with Staedtler Noris Colored pencils and Sargeant colored pencils for hair and complexions.  Each was carefully cut out with the Cutterbee scissors and adhered with Elmer’s gluestick or pop dots for dimension.  Aleene’s quick dry tacky glue was used to adhere decorative moss as well.

The sentiment was written using Staedtler 1/4″ stencil and 0.3 fineliner in black.  It reads “We have a BONE to pick with you SISTAH.  THIS is our turf!” (Since I’ve learned from Disney’s ‘My Babysitter is a Vampire’ that vampires are VERY territorial–and according to them, the pesky sunlight problem is readily solved by slapping on some awesome sunglasses ;). ) Have some fun with it!!

Hope that you will give this challenge a try and share your results.  Thanks for stopping by! Would love your feedback.  Happy Crafting and have a great week!!!
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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. IKE
    Sep 20, 2011 @ 01:03:03

    FABULOUS card – I love that gothic arch template…. I have to get round to using it !!! Love all your images =^oo^=
    Hugz Ike xxx

    Reply

  2. monique
    Sep 20, 2011 @ 10:10:12

    great card, love the images

    Reply

  3. Heather S.
    Sep 20, 2011 @ 21:06:12

    I love how you created a whole scene. The Gothic arch is the perfect backdrop.

    Reply

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GeckoGalz Design Team Member July 2011-July 2012

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