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Delicious Doodles and Smeared & Smudged Blog Hop!

Delicious Doodles is teaming up with Smeared & Smudged once again! But this time, S&S is sponsoring DD! So, throughout this blog hop, you will see some of the latest Smeared Ink images used with a Delicious Doodles sketch! Here’s the sketch:

This is the card I made for it, using a digi from the new Smitten Collection. I changed the sketch around a little.

 

I think this image is hilarious! He is looking at her rump quite admiringly!

I colored my image in with my pencils, and put it on a metallic paper that reminded me of wallpaper. I distressed my card with Walnut Stain Distress Ink and a cosmetic sponge.  I hand stamped the “nice arse” with a Technique Tuesday alpha set. I tore up the edges with my edge distresser too.

I really enjoy doing sketch challenges lately. They really help me produce a card quickly.

On a different topic, the Smeared & Smudged Design Team now has it’s very own blog! How great is that? It’s called Smudgy Antics, and I hope you will visit us there! But first, go get hopping! Below is the entire blogroll for this fantastic hop! Have an inspiring day!

 

Teri ~ Anita Marie ~ Pascale ~ Allison ~ Ildiko

Alex ~ Claire ~ Terra ~ Tori ~ Alison (me!)

Kelli ~ Black Dragon ~ Lady Brayton

Meredith ~ Kapree ~ Lisa ~ Jane

Comments

Crafty_Fairie said…
Fab image i really like your style.

Kerry
Teri said…
awesome hun! love that sentiment, LOL
ldfdesign said…
aww they are so elquient. love the senitment! wonderful job!
Jane said…
Love this the image is great love the sentiment
Luv Jane xxx
Terra said…
I'm so glad you used this image, I just love it and you colored it perfectly! Love the soft colors and vintage feel with the sassy saying!! I'm cracking up!
Allison said…
super card, it made me titter
AllisonX
blackdragon said…
You are the pencil queen... the card is wonderful... the saying...? i wish i'd thought of it!
Brilliant as always.
love lynx
~Lady B~ said…
Totally brilliant! Your coloring is fantastic and I am totally loving your sentiment! It made my day!
AnItA mArIe said…
oh awesome card,totally love it and your colouring..
KC said…
lol your so funny! I love the way you colored this...very vintage!
DK Spins said…
I just adore your card, Alison! You are amazing with the pencils. Beautiful as always.
Fab papers, great image and that sentiment is a hoot :)
Hx
DonnaMundinger said…
ROTFLMAO! (Oh, I WISH!) That's me! Been hitting the choccies again. Fortunately my DH likes a bit of junk in the trunk! LOVE this! xxD
Ardilla said…
Hilarious image, great card :)

Ardilla

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