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Kenny K Smeared & Smudged Blog Hop!

Welcome to a super exciting Smeared & Smudged Design Team Blog Hop featuring some ultra cool digis from Kenny K. As I have mentioned in previous posts, they are one of our fabulous sponsors this month…and you still have time to play along! I love so many of their images! They’re cheeky, rockin’ and so cool. You’ve gotta pick up some of their hawt images for yourself if you haven’t already!

The Design Team was fortunate enough to get digis from Kenny K, and we are so excited to brig our creations to you today! I made a layout using Mrs. Claus.

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These photos are from Christmas Eve, 2005. Every year, my sisters, Mom, Gene and I chose a theme for us to wear. We’ve done Gothic Christmas (I know…not a stretch for us!), Ice Princesses, Victorian…just to name a few. Well, in 2005, we decided to be different styles of Santa Claus. I LOVED getting dressed this year! Check out my outfit…I bought an actual tree skirt, and turned it into a skirt I could wear! I thought it came out fabulous!

But onto Kenny K…do you see my digi??? She blends in pretty well, doesn’t she?

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Isn’t she super sassy? I think she’s awesome! She is done up with my colored pencils, and I think she fits right in with the rest of us!

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You can click on any of the pictures to see them bigger. I am proud to say that Phoenix helped me quite a bit in putting this page together. He painted the background with me, helped me glue the paper…we had a great time doing it! I love crafting with him.

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So I am really happy with my jolly layout. I think it really captured the mood of the day. And my Kenny K Mrs. Claus is the perfect embellishment! A HUGE thank you to Kenny and Elena for your fantastic sponsorship this month!!! We love you!!! Make sure you visit not only their store…but their awesome Challenge Blog too!

Please be sure to visit the rest of the bad-ass Smeared & Smudged Design Team. I am quite certain they will wow you with their creations!

Terra ~ Tori ~ Alison ~ Kelli ~ Black Dragon 

Lady Brayton ~ Meredith ~ Kapree ~ Lisa

Have an inspiring day!!!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
OMG, that's perfect! I did have to look for her. Your coloring is awesome! xxD
She is camoflaged in there but once you know she's there she stands out - nice one :)
H x
~Lady B~ said…
:Your layout is awesome! I want to dress as Mrs. Claus! It is amazing how well the digi blends in. Great job incorporating her into your layout/ You rock!
blackdragon said…
I really had to look for her.... she may be glamourous and gorgeous but shes just on of the crowd with your family!
Wonderful LO and what a family!
love lynx
Jane said…
This is fantastic love her she was hard to find a great Lo
Luv Jane xxx
KC said…
I know I told you before but I really do love this layout! so inspiring...I gotta get back to scrapbooking...you make it look so fun!

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