fredag den 12. februar 2016

Join our Combined Blog Hop!


Hello Crafters! We're excited to welcome you to the very first joint blog hop with EyeConnect Crafts and Rubber Dance Stamps!
Erin Sparler of EyeConnect Crafts (USA) and Bibi Lindahl of Rubber Dance Stamps (Norway) met online in the fall of 2015. They quickly hit it off and discovered that they had a LOT in common, or as Erin so eloquently put it: There is no word for old friends who have just met!
The Design Teams have been generously supplied with chipboards from EyeConnect Crafts and rubber stamps from Rubber Dance Stamps and we are all thrilled to show you the results with this joint Blog Hop.

What's in it for you?
Glad you asked! One lucky winner will receive a Gift Certificate worth $25 from BOTH EyeConnect Crafts AND Rubber Dance to spend on their websites! Another lucky winner will receive a surprise gift from BOTH Erin and Bibi, with $25 worth of products from their two companies!

What do you have to do?
Not much! 1) Visit all the blog posts in the hop and leave a comment. 2) Become a follower of the EyeConnect Crafts and Rubber Dance Stamps blogs. That's it! And who knows... maybe YOU will tie new bonds of friendships across the globe, too! :-)
You have until Valentine's Day, Sunday the 14th at midnight EST (New York time), which is 6 am Monday 15th for those of you on Central European Time (Amsterdam, Berlin, Oslo), and 5 am if you live in the UK. You can find a time converter here. Winners will be announced 18th February.
Enjoy the hop and good luck!
Here is what I made with chipboards from EyeConnect Crafts and stamps from Rubber Dance: 

Mr. Wolf´s desire for love...

 


Hello dear readers, Susan here from the Scandinavian blog. I fell in love with the wolf the first time I saw it, and there are lots of ways you can use this wolf chip board. The first thing that occurred to me was of course the little red riding hood, the forest and that the wolf was looking for the only one.


I have taken the stencil and given it white acrylic color using my brayer. Then I printed it on my craft paper. To provide wolf fur structure I stamped with brown ink and afterwards with white gesso.
There are very fine details on the chip board, so in my case it was an advantage to paint and stamp before I pressed the parts out. Then came the fun and that was to gather the wolf with tiny brads and give it life, now the wolf loves to run and dance!


I have used: white/red/kraft cardboard, white acrylic paint, stencil from dutch doobadoo, archival coffee bean, carnation red and small red beads.

Eye Connect Craft chip board Totem Poppets Totem Wolf.
Rubber Dance Stamps Envelope Stamps, En Liten Hilsen, ATC Backgrounds 2 and Round in Circles





Thanks for visiting my blog, I wish you a good day.
Hugs, Susan


Here you can with a single click visit the other crafters blogs:

1. Erin, owner of EyeConnect Crafts
2. Susan
3. Lilian
4. Anita
5. Irit
5. Steph
6. Majo
7. Kim
8. Kristiina
9. Gail
10. Susanne
11. Bibi, owner of Rubber Dance Stamps


Challenge!
You may have noticed that the blog hop projects all use the colors from this month’s Rubber Dance Challenge, Kraft, White and Red. Play along for another chance to win Rubber Dance Stamps, this is the post you need to read (link opens in a new tab).




35 kommentarer:

  1. WOW! Susan, your card is fantastic!! I love the fact that the wolf can move like that. Such a cool, interactive card!
    Thank you!
    ♥♥♥

    SvarSlet
  2. Amazing artwork (as always) from you, Susan!

    I really am in love with this piece! It has the magic of fairytale and the magic of klistersoster in it as well! Will have to sit and look at this for much longer!

    Hugs,
    Claudia x

    SvarSlet
  3. Very cool - although I wouldn't care to meet him in the woods...

    SvarSlet
  4. Oh Susan this is just brilliant. .love your walking wolf x

    SvarSlet
  5. Love this. The heart grass is so cool and I love the action shots. Your wolf is a star. Hugz

    SvarSlet
  6. Wow! Your card is just beautiful! I love that wolf and the clever way you scattered the hearts on the forest floor :)

    SvarSlet
  7. I'm totally in love with your creation, nothing more to say.

    Hugs
    Majo

    SvarSlet
  8. OMG! I love love love it! I love the birch trees in the background and the Totem Wolf looks so great in that setting!

    SvarSlet
  9. Stunning! I love all the dimension you created.

    SvarSlet
  10. I love how the pieces can be put into different positions. The separated pieces really gives the design a lot of depth.
    thanks for sharing some wonderful projects.

    SvarSlet
  11. Fabulous wolf and love the layer you built up! Wonderful hop, thanks so much for sharing!~kim

    SvarSlet
  12. Gorgeous! A lovely illustration of Red riding hood!

    SvarSlet
  13. This was awesome, Susan! The wolf looks so cool 😊
    Hugs, Anita

    SvarSlet
  14. Wow, this is so cool! <3 Love all the details!

    SvarSlet
  15. Grandmama had better look out! (Or Little Red Riding Hood should)

    SvarSlet
  16. Makes me want to read Little Red Riding Hood to my son. I especially like the hearts as grass.

    SvarSlet
  17. Awesome background and wolf! Great details!

    SvarSlet
  18. Oooh, loving your piece and it was so great to see your "first step" of how to. Wolf running in the forest of love ... awesome!

    SvarSlet
  19. You rocked this color pallet! Or should I say your wolf is rockin' it?!

    SvarSlet
  20. Susan, this is so cool! I love your wolf! Great job!
    Jackie PN

    SvarSlet
  21. I wouldn't have believed you could attach it so it is still able to move! Lovely card, hope the wolf finds a lovely wolf instead of little red riding hood...

    SvarSlet
  22. This is a very interesting card with this structure. Thanks!

    hugs Anja

    SvarSlet
  23. Ha! This is so cool! What a clever idea. Hugs, Susanne.

    SvarSlet
  24. Dear me... I have never seen a card like this before.... IT'S WONDERFUL Susan. Your wolf is INCREDIBLY FUN and it looks like he can escape any crisis too hiding in your LUSCIOUS background forest. Such a GREAT creation. j.

    SvarSlet
  25. I love your wolf! He looks like a puppet that should pop off the page! I am unable to comment on Eye candy's blog sadly.

    SvarSlet
  26. This is such a cool project! I'm so impressed!!!

    SvarSlet
  27. Thanks for the great interest you have shown the blog hop and all the fantastic comments you have written to me.
    Hugs, Susan

    SvarSlet
  28. Reminds me of the puppet show 'Peter and the wolf' love it!

    SvarSlet
  29. That's so cool! Love that you left it movable, too! Very pretty!

    SvarSlet
  30. I love this card SO much !Can I put it as an example for the wolf Totem Poppet on the website? And where did you get that birch stamp!? I NEED one cause I'm gonna have to try and replicate this!
    ;) (Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!;)

    SvarSlet

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