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Alice in Wonderland Blog Hop!

Today we are celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Alice in Wonderland, and what better way to do that, than to share lots of creative projects inspired by this wonderful story.

Not only will you see lots of amazing artwork today, but you can also win prizes from the following amazing companies;

Prize winners will be selected from Random blogs throughout the hop using to select each winner.  In order to be eligible for a prize you must visit all stops on the hop and leave a comment. The prize draws will be open until July 18th, with winners announced on July 20th.

Here's my Alice in Wonderland inspired project:

I made an ATC using The Octopode Factory's Alice in Wonderland. I colored her using my Tombow watercolor markers. That was fun in and of itself, but then I really started to play. 

I used a couple of vials from the Stampendous! Frantage Encrusted Jewel  Kit in Blue to embellish the "A" in her hair. Then, I decided to keep playing so I did my entire background with the kit. I used each of the 5 vials that come with it, and that was loads of fun! There's a video on how the kit works in the link above. It's super easy, and the results are so fantastic! 

I stapled Alice in 3 spots, because I wanted to make sure she was nice and secure. I tried to put them in semi-discreet spots, though usually I really like when staples show. The last step was to use part of a Stampendous! stamp that says, "Keep calm and hurry Santa!" I only inked the Keep Calm parts. You can find it in the Holiday Expressions Perfectly Clear set. So that's my project! Be sure to hop along to all of the other folks that are playing along today. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day! 

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Lori T said…
Loving the blog hop, your image is brilliant. I am now following you, would love you to follow me too
Lori xx
Moni said…
This is so funny!!! Love it
Lorraine Horne said…
The picture is amazing, - enjoy the hop.
Teresa said…
Love the Octopode images and Alice is so funky. Great job with the frantage in the background x
Silv Angel said…
Loving the background and the eyes ta for sharing
Karen said…
Absolutely fabulous hun!!
Love it! Smiles.xx
Sharon said…
Alison just love your "Alice" ATC!!! A great Octopode image.
Emily Grant said…
Lovely project, great background! :)
ike said…
Fantastic - superb colouring on her and I adore your Frantage background :-D

IKE xx

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Katie Lamb said…
Wonderful ATC. So much detail in such a tiny space
DonnaMundinger said…
Great coloring on the fab Octopode image and that background is amazing, Alison! I have that stuff, but I'm sort of timid in using it. You've inspired me for sure. xxD
Jess x said…
Love this, never used frantage but think I'll have to have a go soon, really effective x
A.T.CRAFTS said…
Fantastic love it
Nan Bourdeu said…
Love this!! Those jewels are fabulous and you used them so well! Your coloring of the image is fantastic!! LOVE this!!
Ruth said…
What an awesome ATC!
Funny Alice! She looks fantastic! Kemly Sc.
Tina Rathbone said…
The frantage kit really takes an already great card over the top! Must. Have.!
Judy McKay said…
Beautiful - Such a wonderful blog hop. Do much fun. Judy
JackieP Neal said…
OMGosh- your Alice is a stitch!! She makes me giggle with her big googly eyes!!")
Pauline said…
Fab atc, all the glitter and sparkle on this fun image is perfect!
Lynne said…
Loving the blog hop for one of my favorite, Alice in Wonderland! Your Alice is phenomenal and loving all the techniques you used!
Much love, hugs, and friendhsip
Sheena Mckee said…
Hi Alison,Love those big scary eyes,and all the sparkle fab
Katrina Brown said…
Her eyes crack me up! I really love the incredible background!
Milo Lilja said…
Cool Alice! I love your texture!
Susan Renshaw said…
Love this Alice and the "Keep Calm"!
Creepy Glowbugg said…
Super cute ATC, Alison. That jeweled frantage looks like tons of fun!
Michele said…
your ATC is loaded with character and whimsy. I love it! xo
Nikki W said…
Love the background, and of course the Octopode image. Fab Alison :)
Crafter said…
Love your ATC!
Sherry Butcher said…
Great, Love those big eyes, the background and the Keep Clam! TFS.
Jackie said…
I like your version of Alice♥

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