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2 New Digi Sets from Smeared Ink!

Surprise! It’s a blog hop with the Smeared Ink Design Team! Today, 2 new digi sets are being released Would you like to see them?

This set is Von Bayros.

This is Stitchy Situation.

I was given one of the Von Bayros images to work with, and this is what I came up with.

If you click on the image, you will see it bigger. There is actually a really creepy guy checkin’ out the sleeping lady. Pretty freaky, if you ask me! So, I decided to use “I need a restraining order” from the Love Grumpies set. The focal image is so busy, I wanted to keep my background pretty clean, so I only used a few pieces of torn paper.

I colored this in with my pencils. I actually think the curtain is the best part f this image. It reminded me of peacock feathers, so I colored it accordingly.

For today (5/9/11) only, Smeared Ink is having a special: Buy 2 digi sets, get 1 free.

Here is the rest of the Smeared Ink DT, please be sure to show them some love! Thanks for stopping by, and have an inspiring day!

Terra ~Tori ~Alison (me!)~ Kelli ~ Black Dragon

Lady Brayton ~ KapreeSugar ~ Dianne ~ Paula

Comments

I love what you did with it, your right,the curtain is great!!! The sentiment is perfect!!!
Carol W. said…
Love the new images! You did a great job TFS
DonnaMundinger said…
Fabulous image Alison, and your sentiment made me LOL. Beautiful coloring. LOVE this hop!
Tori said…
Excellent! i love the peacock drapes... This guy totally creeps me out! I LOVE IT!!
Sugar said…
ha! that is perfect! so you.. :) love it!
DK Spins said…
Gorgeous, I love your colored pencil work/style, Alison! And, yeah that guy is creepy - she does need a restraining order LOL
~Lady B~ said…
LOL! Awesome senti! Too frickin' funny! Love what you've done with your image!
This is creepilicious. (My own word) Love the sentiment.

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