4 June 2012

Skull Appreciation Day Blog Hop

It's June 4th which means today is Smeared And Smudged Skull Appreciation BLOG HOP!!!
Welcome to my Blog!!
I LOVE skulls in fact I have a lovely Sugar Skull tattooed on my back!!
So I created two projects from this awesome Blog Hop!

The first is inspired by the legend of ghost ships and I went totally vintage:



I used A Pirate Life and added a small skull for her face from the Sugar Skulls stamp set.

For my second project for the Bombshell Blog part of the Skull Appreciation Blog Hop I went with a favourite insect of mine, a moth:



I made my own Deaths Head Moth (I also have a Moth Tattoo!) using Butterfly Dreams Bombshell Stamp set and adding little skulls from the Woodcut Madonna and the Tattoo Background stamp sets.

Now set off round the other players to see the LOVE we have for SKULLS!

Love
GlitteryKatie xXx


Terra
Tori

Black Dragon
Monique

Helen
Lady Brayton
Fiona
Christine
Jane
Judy
Alison
Susan
Andrea
Smudger Challenge
Laura
Lisa
Kristy
Steph
Glittery Katie
Lisa
Kapree
Ms. Ruin
Kathi
Bombshell Stamps Blog
Dianne
Donna
Nydia
Lady Coral
Suzi
Julia
Patti
Miko
Renee
Wendy
Christina
Hazel
Skye
Wenchkin
Betsy

Scrapbook Stamp Society


Smeared Ink

45 comments:

Stempelientje said...

Both VERY AWESOME cards!!

Andrea C said...

Both very very very very very very cool projects. LOve that you put a skull on her face and the butterfly looks immense x

SusanLotus said...

SO cool!

ShersL84bed said...

Very cool! Great idea with heads.

Wendy said...

OMG! I love both your projects. The skull moth you created is amazing.

I also love the imagery on your blog site. You are very artistic!

Erin said...

loving them both brilliant work xx

scrapclose2theheart said...

Both projects are absolutely awesome.

DonnaMundinger said...

WOW! both are just awesome! Very creative with the ghost ship and the moth is gorgeous! xxD

Corinne said...

Great job on Both Projects...
Hugs

Laura B said...

Your projects are fabulous! I love how you combined the different stamp sets!

Nicole Maki said...

I don't think I could love these cards more if I tried.

Can I please (pretty please with a cherry on top) rip off... err, I mean CASE your idea - giving you full credit of course.

You NEVER FAIL. NEVER, EVER, EVER, to inspire me and absolutely knock my socks off with 'why didn't I think of that' jealous love.

Great job.

Kathi said...

Those are both totally fabulous.

Ally White Cat said...

I love the death moths and the pirate theme..love the vintage!
awesome art.
hugs,
susan s.

silvia said...

Gorgeous cards!! LOVE the moth!!

Jane said...

Awesome projects love them both xxx

monique said...

Love both your cards but the pirate is my fav.

I Don't Do Straight said...

Both are absolutely FAB!!!!, especially the moth :)

Croms' Cubby Hole said...

awesome! love both creations but the bombshell alteration is my fav. TFS

Kristina said...

Katie,
OMG I just love your moth, it is so freakin gorgeous girly! Love your skull pirate too, your projects turned out just wonderful!!!!!
Peace,
Kristy

Divaeva said...

Both pieces are awesome, but the Death Moth has to be my fav :)

N Valentine Studio said...

I can't decide which one I love more! The pirate is really "I am woman hear me roar!" which I love but I like the mystery feel behind the moth. They are both fantastic!

Suzi McKenzie said...

Two stunningly beautiful projects, i love the vintage feel to your pirate with the skull face, and that moth is gorgeous.
hugs
Suzi
xxx

Nydia said...

Love and sexy pirate and the butterfly! :o)


Happy Skull Day! Visit my blog if you have some time, there’s a giveaway for the blog hop!

Kisses from Nydia.

Lady Coral said...

Can't put my feelings in words. These cards are so amazing. The first is fun and sassy, but still keeping the idea of the skull in it. The second one is lovely..... Beautiful both of them

Delightful Designs by Katherine said...

Interesting & unique! #1 so far.

happyscrapper said...

Awesome Projects. That ghost ship rocks.
Hugz,
christine Garner

Renee said...

Some truly beautiful work! The pirate card is stunning, but I am in LOVE with the moth.

Susan said...

WOWZA!! 2 SUPERB projects! I love both, but especially the death head's moth. I'd love to know how you made it???? I went and looked at the stamps you used, but I can't figure out the tattoo background? it doesn't look like any of the stamps from the set. it looks like a frame to me. I would sooo love an ATC with your death head's moth, if you'd be willing to make a trade with me. I can make you something you like if you are willing!

Excellent work!
hugs,
Susan

Betty Boo! said...

Great projects! The coloring is beautiful as well!

Betty

DK Spins said...

I love both of your gorgeous projects, Katie. Such a cool idea to give the pirate wench a skull face, it's such a vintage piece. And your moth is so vivid, Brilliant!

~Lady B~ said...

Wow! Killer! Brilliant work! Both pieces are fabulous, but your death moth is over-the-top outrageously amazing! Love!

Jenn Borjeson said...

Fabulous projects, great job!!!!

Scrappy Rat said...

Beautiful moth! Both projects are great. Hope you had a very spooky skully day!

Uniquely Yunikua said...

cool! love 'em!

Uniquely Yunikua said...

cool! love 'em!

Steph said...

Oh my gosh I love both of these projects. Love the skull face on the sexy pirate girl and that moth is just fabulous.

lisa aka b.creative said...

love your creations! and I´m not at all jelous of your tattoos ;) xxlisa

monique said...

thanks for sharing your awesome death moth at Smudgy Antics

Ms. Ruin said...

Awesome, awesome, awesome projects!

febe said...

Both are really gorgeous projects :)

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KC said...

oh wow I love these! such great image combos!

Julia said...

Lovely creation!
Hugs,
Julia

Alison said...

These are both insanely cool! But I LOVE how you used one of those Sugar Skulls on the pirate gal. Freakin' brilliant!!!! I will need to do that!

I Don't Do Straight said...

Even better a second time around LOL Thanks for sharing with us at Smudgy Antics this week :)

Olga Wright said...

cool one! very cool projects you got there. amazing!!!!
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