Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Altered Pages - Bombshell Stamps 2 for Tuesday Hop

Howdy All!!!
 
I'm so excited to be able to share in a fun blog hop today...
 
@[1041128248:2048:Danielle May] Jean said this is a go ;)
 
has teamed up to bring you
2 for Tuesday Blog Hop!
 
The theme for this months hop is
Cowgirls Carrying On.
 
The challenge is to use both Bombshell cowgirl stamps paired with Altered Pages collage images.  I decided to go the tongue in cheek route and create a "Wanted" poster a cowgirl (who likes to carry on) might post at the local sheriff & post offices.
 
Triptych
"WANTED - Good Man" 
Poster...
 
 
 
To create this triptych wanted poster I used the following:
 
 
and
 
 
Here are the individual panels... 



 
The digital stamps were colored using a combination of Distress Stains, Spectrum Noir Markers and Metallic Gel Pens.  I printed out the sentiment with an old west font and inked along the edges with both Vintage Photo and Tea Dye Distress Inks.
 
To attach the panels together I snipped the rope on the top of the second and third panels, threaded it through the rope on the bottom of the first and second panels and taped the rope back together.
 
I hope you've enjoyed this little bit of cowgirl fun!
 
Be sure to check out all the stops on the hop (see the full list below)!
If you'd like to be entered to win a fun prize be sure to comment on each stop on the hop.


Start at

and then hop onto our Design Teams Blogs






Roni Johnson
(You are here!)












Kathi Rerek

Gia Lau

and finish back here at

Altered Pages Blog

Have a rootin' tootin' time at the rest of your stops as you carry on like a cowgirl!

25 comments:

  1. Love your creation for the hop Roni - great Western theme - love the Altered Pages images combined with the Bombshell stamps!!!

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  2. Wow you put a lot of work in this... A triptych!!! Love the combination of images and digital stamps!

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  3. To say that I love your cowgirl triptych would be an understatement! After I am done posting my comment, I am going back for my fifth or perhaps it was my sixth look! You amaze me!
    I also want to thank you so much for your beautiful pictorial field trip. As I was oohing and aaahhhhing at the tractors and combines, I have come to the conclusion that this Brooklyn born girl who became a
    So. Cali transplant at age 9, is definitely a country girl at heart!
    Thank you so much for allowing us to take a look into the wonderful life that you share with your beautiful family.

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  4. I have been looking at this over and over- to take it all in. Such a creative idea. Love it!

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  5. Super cool! Love how you've used the Bombshell Wanted Poster. And your combo of images is fabulous!

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  6. This is awesome Roni!!! Love it!!

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  7. Awesome work Roni!! Love how you combined them both!!
    xxDaniella

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  8. WOW Roni, you always provide the very best journey with your Art. Thanks so much for sharing it.

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  9. Fab wanted poster, Roni!! Love the touch with the rope wound around.

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  10. Really, really like this, Roni. I love banners - something about the shape pleases my eye - and this is just a dynamite piece. I love the way you've taken so many disparate images and styles and made them into a cohesive and "whole" piece.

    Brava!

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  11. Loving it!!!. can't wait to see more and try some digital stamps. It will be my first time and I am really looking forward to it!!

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  12. Roni I am just loving your wonderful and fun triptych. Nothing like a good wanted ad.....lol. You have combined all the elements from AP and BS beautifully. xx

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  13. Your triptych is great! I love how you combined the vintage images from the collage sheets with the Bombshell Digis!

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  14. What a fun piece Roni, but you already have your man.......

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  15. now that's funny. Nice choice of backgrounds to go with the stamps.

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  16. This is great Roni! I love how you meshed the two - digi stamps & the great AP images!!! Very clever!

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  17. Awesome combination Roni! I love your touches of humour through each section. When I got to the "send picture of the horse" part I laughed outloud. :)

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  18. Great poster! I love how you combined the digi stamps and vintage collage images.

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  19. Super fun Western piece, Roni, and I really like the triptych form you used.

    :)

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  20. thats really awesome. love the must have's for the man. too funny this is great

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