Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Smeared and Smudged Bloody Valentine 2014 Blog Hop - Day 1



SMEARED AND SMUDGED
Presents
BLOODY VALENTINE 2014 BLOG HOP
February 11th - 13th

 Blog Hop Roll


Shoni aka Crafty Inknik - YOU ARE HERE

Ike 
Lisa 

What better way than to celebrate this special day of love Smeared and Smudged style!  Bloody, bloody, and more bloody.  I for one am very excited to see what everyone on the Blog Hop Roll has created.  

To find out more information on the event see Terra's Blog.  She is one of the hard working ladies behind the scenes. 
You should have just seen Wendy's dripping ornament and next up is Ike, who is seriously stepping up her game with multiple entries.  Have fun, get inspired, and get crafty!

I also have an entry with Ike's World Challenges on this blog hop as well.  So I will have the details for each below.  

Pinned & Bloody is what my little project is about:


Ike's World Challenges Entry - Claws of Love:


Pinned & Bloody Deets
I printed a heart from Smeared Ink's digital stamp set Monster Hearts onto Avery Fabric Transfers.
Images was colored in with Copic markers.  
Trimmed and then ironed onto Stampin' Up! fabric (Candy Cane Lane set - retired).
Fabric was trimmed and sewed. 
Heart was then stuffed with dryer sheets and the fluffy layer used for sewing.
I used Paint Splats from Quick Kutz to make my blood puddles as my base.

Claws of Love
Kitty is from Ike's Art.  Image is called Bauble Cat
Images is printed, colored with inks and Aqua Painter, fussy cut, Versa Mark inked, and heat set with Clear Embossing Powder.
Paint Splats from Quick Kutz once again used as blood puddles under kitty.

Background
Negatives from cut Paint Splats were placed randomly on insert from designer paper pack and sponged in with Cherry Cobbler ink.
Ribbon is Real Red Stitched Grosgrain.
Eyes are fussy cut from Face On image found at Ike's Art.
Markers for eye centers and around eyes to help pop them out a bit.  Crystal Effects over each eye center.
Marker to make hearts randomly on background and to highlight eyes and words in poem.

Poem is from I Could Pee On This by Francesco Marciuliano, hand written with black Sharpie.
All materials used are current Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.

17 comments:

  1. Love the pinned and bloody first project. Great idea and very inspiring. Your second project is gorgeous.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  2. Brilliant images and verses, they work fantastically well together.

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  3. Wow Shoni! I love both your projects. The pinned and bloody creation is crazy cool. Practice a little hoodoo voodoo do you? Great projects!

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    1. Every day is great day for VooDoo!

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  4. So there's nothin' you can't do, eh? LOVE your pinned and bloody heart. the stitching around is particularly cool. and of course I split a gut at the kitty one. Goliath might enjoy using that for Daddy's Valentine. Isn't that book a total hoot? Both projects are fabulous! xxD

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    1. hahaaa, love that book also! Soo funny and when I read this poem to the kids knew that I had to use somehow! I even know someone who will not sleep in a house w/ a cat because she is afraid that it will smother her in her sleep.

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  5. Two FAB creations Shoni, you are truly very talented :)

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  6. This is great! Can´t wait to see what you will show for second day :) xx

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  7. I could pee on this! Hilarious. Where on earth? haha. I love your pieces. The kitty is in so much trouble here!!! Your heart is so fantastic. You have put so much into this and found so much to contribute to it in terms of all the crafty stuff available. SOOOOO creative! Hugzzz Samara xox

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  8. So intricate a layout with the pins and all that is going on there.

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  9. Two wonderful creations Shoni, I love your humour, that poor poor kitty and I love your fabric heart!

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  10. Fabulous creations! Love the fabric heart! And I love the cat playing with the eyeballs!! Fantastic! Mo xxx

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  11. great creations.poor kitty
    hugs
    susan s

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  12. Can't wait to read the poem to my littles! They are going to luv your piece. Great job on both projects!

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  13. How brilliant to do that on material :-D Fabulous and I adore the paint splat cut outs :-)
    The piece with my kitty is fantastic... I must admit I shall never look at Bauble Cat as 'cute' ever again hahahahaha LoL Great poem too. xoxoxox

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  14. Freakin' Epic! I can't even find the words to express how immense your two projects are! I don't know whether to be scared or just sit back and laugh my ass off. Love just doesn't cover my feelings for your work. You rock, Shoni! I'm so glad I stopped by your blog :)

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