Wednesday, January 27, 2010

ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE


It's that time again my lovlies, Bombshell Blog Hop time, here is what our lovely Inky Button has to say about the first Bombshell Blog Hop of the Year!

"We all have our own home remedies...a pinch of this, with a dash of that and gargle. *giggle Well, it's time to put your thinkin' caps on, and ALTER an item you have laying around. That's right...don't be content with that over the counter crafting stuff...take something you have and give it a little bit of TLC; a pinch of this glitter and a splash of that alcohol ink. (Hopefully you won't have to gargle....*wink) Let your imaginations run wild as you use your Bombshells to breathe new life into an otherwise boring item.

We will be Hoppin' this challenge on January 27th. So if you're interested in joining us for this hop, leave a comment here no later than Monday January 25th. Then, come back on the 26th to pick up the HTML code for the list of hoppers to add to your post. It's as easy as that. If you participate in the hop you receive an entry into this month's prize package, and if you choose to just hop and comment you'll be entered for that too! It's a win-win for us all!

Can't wait to see what you come up with! Hop or be hopped for your chance to win the fabulous prize package shown below!"



So for my project I decided to use an old cork board I had lying around. I had picked this up from the dollar store a while ago knowing I wanted to do something with it and this blog hop was the perfect opportunity. When I pulled it out of the box of never ending things to alter! LOL It had a crappy blue band around it that was held on with hot glue that was coming off so I just helped it along and ripped it all the way off!!:) I used Butterfly Queen and Bombshell Angel stamp sets. Chipboard butterflies with perfect pearls(thanks to my son who said it needed a little more sumtin!!!) and flowers that I have had forever! The ribbon is from SU. I colored my Angel and the butterflies with Copic markers!





Now that you have checked out my project for the hop head on over to these other lovely blogs and keep on hoppin!!!!!!

Angela
Sy
Alyssa
Katie
Kas
Kathi
Keely
Gabby
Steph
Terra
Kelli
Sarah
Miss Magoo

19 comments:

GlitteryKatie said...

cool!!

KarmaCraft said...

Lovely. I'm going to have to start stalking my local 99p shop for things to Bombshell! :)

Kas said...

I like it! I would hate to clutter it up with messages though!

Alison said...

What a great idea! I love how the butterflies are flying all over the flowers! Awesome project!

Alex said...

This is wonderful! The sumtin is perfect to add!

Cheryl Valadez said...

Loving your altered memo board! The bombshell is sitting pretty on this piece and I am a complete sucker for flowers. Beautiful project!

Gabby said...

This is awesome! Love it! Maybe I should dress up my cork board too...hmmm...lol!

Darsana said...

Tkhis is a great little project. I love the layout.

Kathi said...

Oooh. It's fabulous. Great coloring and I adore the way you used the butterflies.

Best of all, it's gorgeous AND useful. Gotta love that!

Melissa Melissa said...

and I need a corkboard too...now I know what to do with it.

The Lone Dollier said...

I've got a few of those dollar stores boards like that. Love the way you've altered it and made it so much more!

Smiles~
Marilyn

Keely Yowler said...

Very pretty! Love all those great flowers.

Bombshell Stamps said...

Way to use those Bombshells Kelli, and I adore how you used the butterflies! Great job on this, and thank you so much for participating in the hop this month!!!

Miss Magoo said...

How beautiful! What a fantastic way to show off stuff in any craft room!!!!

Lora Oliver said...

Okay, that flat out ROCKS!!!

MrsETaylor said...

Great memo board Kelli. I love the colors you used.

Stephanie said...

That corkboard is awesome!!! Hmm, you've got a 'never-ending-box-of-things-to-alter' too, do you?! Gotta love those! Great job, Kelli!

Alyssa S said...

Love it! All the flowers and butterflies are so fun!

Lealoo said...

I love this -- esp. the layers of flowers!