Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Speed Demon- Bombshell Hump Day Hop

Thanks for joining me this week for the Bombshell Hump Day Hop! Once again, the Bombshell Design Team members are bringing you a blog hop featuring thrilling projects for your inspiration!

Today all of the participants are showcasing their version of Ms. October's Color Challenge over at Bombshell Stamps. Welcome Jacquie as Ms October!!!!! And thanks for the fabulous challenge!

The colors to use are orange, green, black, and optional purple. My version of this challenge is a speed demon, featuring stamps from the Vintage Raceway and Sacred Heart Bombshell sets.

I stamped my demon on aluminum and colored with paint pens. He came out a little more "cartooney" than I had planned, but I guess watching Disney's Cars six times in a week will do that to you! At least it's a good excuse... The cool thing about using the aluminum was that I was able to mold the image to make him pop off the card. To me, he looks super 3-D!


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I did learn a couple of things about paint pens as this was my first time using them, and I plan on going back and getting some Ultra Fine Point pens for more detailed work. For now, this ended up being a great Halloween card for my nephew!!!

So now, leave your comment below this post telling me what you think and you'll be entered into both the monthly drawing over at Bombshell Stamps, AND 31 Days of Halloween Blog Candy Contest!(see my sidebar for more info on candy). Then visit the other Bombshell DT members blogs to catch a glimpse of their contest projects!!



Jacquie (Ms. October)

Angela

Kas

Kathi

Miss Magoo

Stephanie

Gabby

Nicole



WANNA PLAY WITH BOMBSHELLS? HERE ARE THE CONTEST GUIDELINES: (CONTEST ENDS OCT. 31, 2009)
The creation can be a card, layout or altered item, but must have:

1. a Bombshell Stamp somewhere
2. use of ORANGE, BLACK, GREEN, and purple is an optional substitution color.
3. Upload to the Bombshell Gallery or PCP Bombshell Group and tag the photo of your submission with "BSSOCT09", to be entered in the drawing!

The prize for the October Color Challenge is:

21 comments:

  1. It TOTALLY looks 3-D. How incredibly cool is that? I think the cartoony feel is okay, I mean, I absolutely LOVE "Cars." What an awesome card!!!

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  2. Sweet....That is so sweet! Love how it looks 3-d

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  3. WOW! I agree- it DOES look 3-D and that really makes it wonderful! Great take on Jacquie's challenge!

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  4. Your card is super cool! And your blog is amazing! Your work is right up my alley!!! You rock!

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  5. This is one cool card. I love the 3D effect.

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  6. Wowwy!! This is amazing!! The coloring is awesome! You have done a brilliant job with the challenge! Thanks for the warm welcome :D

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  7. I love how that car just pops off the page. The way you colored the car makes me think of it more as a "him" than an "it".

    Very cool card!

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  8. Evil Winged Car....I like!!
    Really cool and different. Love the background music!

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  9. this is very reminicent of Cars, but that is a great movie, so that is okay by me! I love the paint pens, they really give it a "pop". Great card!

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  10. He looks amazing. I love how he is so 3D

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  11. That is too cool! It does look 3D!

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  12. that is a cool technique - pretty neat effect as well. i'm sure your nephew will LOVE it!

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  13. What a terrific way to use the colors! The car looks like it's driving right off the card.

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  14. You rocked that car! Love how you used the paint pens on aluminium - what a great thought that was!

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  15. Wow, this is freaking crazy awesome!!! It looks like a painting Terra, really great job! Off to show this one to the DH, he'll love it!

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  16. Ha ha, my DH just said your card reminded him of "Death-Proof" ;)

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  17. Terra! I love the colors, the paint pens look fun! So much talent this week, and I'm honored to be on the same team as all of you

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  18. Your nephew will love it. What kind of paint pens did you use, and was it regular kitchen foil or a heavier grade?

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  19. Char, I used Sharpie paint pens (which I didn't know they made until I got to the store), and it is actually a heavier aluminum sheet...you can get at a hardware store or craft store.

    Thank you everyone for all the comments!!! I'm so glad you all ended up liking it :)

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  20. Hello! I just found your awsome blog thru Mrs.B's.(Gotta Luv that Lady!-She Rocks!)

    I adore your October Challenge project. (And I adore the projects on your slideshow.) I wish I couldenter he Challenge- bt I don't own any Bombshell Staps (yet!) Here's hoping I can win some!

    I so need to get me some of those pin up stamps- as well as the Skeleton and Roses ones. (They remind me of my Grateful Dead days! Sssh! Lol.)

    Your nephew is a very lucky boy.

    ~Danae

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