Friday, October 29, 2010

Tiddly Ink and Simply Betty Stamps Collide Blog Hop

What do you get when Two Companies Collide? One fun fun fun blog hop! Christy of Tiddly Inks and Betty of Simply Betty Stamps are BIG Halloween fans so naturally we had to put together a fun Trick or Treat Blog Hop for you all! Here are the details and a fun badge for you to display!

Theme: Trick or Treating with Tiddly Inks and Simply Betty Stamps

Dates: 6 PM CST on October 29th to 6 PM CST on October 31st

How to Participate: Post your creation on your personal blog between 12 PM CST and 5:55 PM CST on October 29th. The title of your post should be "Trick or Treating with Tiddly Inks and Simply Betty Stamps".

Once your blog post is completed, visit the Tiddly Inks challenge blog and Simply Betty Stamps and link your blog hop post in the Inlinkz list at the bottom of the Blog Hop post in order to be qualified for the prizes. There is no need to sign up in advance the Inlinkz list will close at 6 PM and then we hop, Halloween style, from the both Tiddly Inks challenge blog and Simply Betty Stamps. Now here is the twist... for your blog hop project please create a Trick (a favorite technique) or a Treat (just a project to share.

The blog hop will run until October 31st at 6 PM.

Prizes: Two random blogger participant winners will be announced November 5th and highlighted on the hosting blogs Tiddly Inks and Simply Betty Stamps. Each will receive a $10 gift voucher from Tiddly Inks. Simply Betty Stamps will be giving away a $10 gift voucher as well!

If you have come from Ana's blog your on the right track and if not start at Christy's blog
(Tiddly Inks Blog)

For my first card I used "Gothic Window" and "Drama Queen" at Tiddly Inks
and color both images with copics.

For this one I used "Gothic Lady" also from Tiddly Inks. I also used a Tim Holtz Embossing flooder "Brick" that I cut out and distressed with distressing inks. I added alot of crackle paint to the image after I colored it with copics and painted the frame with Twinkling H2o's.

Here is the Blog Hop list for both DTs!

Start with Christy
Angela ( your here)
Donna (Popsicle Toes)

Lady B

Now, remember if you want to be a part of this hop just link your Trick (technique) or Treat (just a project to share) below in the inlinkz code with a Simply Betty Stamps image or a Tiddly Inks image.

Now send you on your way to Barb's Blog.


mforquer said...

Wow - two beautiful creations!!! This hop is so much fun - glad us Tiddly Inkers were able to join up with you gals!!!

Creepy Glowbugg said...

Stunning as usual! That drama queen card is gorgeous in it's purple awesomeness, and the gothic lady is quite regal and beautifully sad.

Anonymous said...

OH WOW! Stunning cards and coloring... love the creepy look of both...HUGS...SK :)

Nicole said...

HOLY, how wonderful in purple! Angela these are stunning:o)

Loopylou!! said...

wowzers! 2 awesome cards angela! love them both. hugs Lou xx

LINDA said...

OMGosh these are stunning.. As always beautiful work!!
Hugs, Linda

DonnaMundinger said...

WOW Angela! these are both just gorgeous! xxD

KarinsArtScrap said...

great crads too angela, this is totally different but beautiful.
great design love that wall with that window and that scene behind it.
beautiful lace too.

greetings karin

Rachel said...

Beautiful cards!!

Stamping Cafe said...

OMG... gorgeous gorgeous cards, Angela!! Total wowzers, love them!!

CraftyMomOf2 said...

Angela...these are STUNNING!!! Amazing job!!!



~Lady B~ said...

These are both so stunning! I love the colors on the first card. Your shading makes the images pop! I love the texture on the second card. I feel like I can feel the bricks through the computer screen. Great job!

Betty Boo! said...

OMG woman these are drop dead gorgeous! As usual!


Michelle said...

Just amazing cards. I especially love the crackle on the second one.
Hugs Michelle

Zarah said...

WOW!!! Stunning! I especially looooooooooooove the first one!!

Mrs Weyremaster said...

OMGosh I love your cards, beautiful colouring and I love the texture you've got into them. Awesome work:)

Ana said...

Gorgeous cards, Angela!! Beautiful colouring. love the texture on the second card



Christy/Tiddly Inks Digitals said...

Gorgeous!!!! I mean gorgeous...both of them. Wow.

Jennifer said...

Wow, both projects are amazing. There is so much depth.

Marlena Peduzzi said...

These cards are great! I just love them!

Buttercup said...

WOW^5! These are both so inspiring and lovely! Great colors and textures! Love 'em both! :) xo

Tracy (Jedi ScrapMaster) said...

Both of your cards are amazing! TFS!

Debbie Pamment said...

Two STUNNING cards Angela! Awesome work as always!

Patricia said...

Awesome job I love them, thanks for the tutorial on the bricks they look awsome.

Tracy S said...

Gorgeous cards! Your coloring is AMAZING! I love how you used the crackle paint. That is so very cool

Maureen said...

These are both fabulous!! Your coloring is absolute perfection!

donna mikasa said...

Beautiful cards, Angela! Love the scene on the first card and the crackling on the second!

femke said...

hi angela,

wow what a treat, two beautyful cards to show us!!! and your colouring is amazing by the way.

greetings femke

Graphicat said...

Those bricks look AMAZING Angela!! Wonderful job as always!
BTW....I did totallly CAS your last card for my 11th day card, check it out when you're not busy.

Susan's crafty chaos said...

Both your cards are gorgeous, but I'm completely in awe of your shading on the wall on the first one, it's something I have real trouble with and you've made it look absolutely fantabulous!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Your cards are AWESOME! TFS.

Jen said...

I'm now your newest follower. Your cards are fantastic and thanks for sharing. Stop by and visit my blog sometime... I would love that.

Lisa Hjulberg said...

You are an amazing artist, no doubt about it! I love both of these cards, especially the first. Yorick, poor Yorick, I knew him well! okay, I'm probably misquoting that! LOL

So fun. A joy to see.

WickedPixie said...

Wow, these are both amazing! I love the scene you made in the first one, and the other one looks like a medieval masterpiece! :-)Traci