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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Rubbernecker's Kittie Kits Blog Hop



Hello everyone!!  Thank you for joining in on the KITTIE KIT HOP fun!! We are SO excited to share with you! In case you didn’t know, Rubbernecker Stamps has a line of stamps called KITTIE KITS and they include a variety of images; these images can be used together in MANY different ways to create MANY different things!! Just wait, you will see what I mean! The Stampin’ Sisterhood has come together to share some of the ways that THEY use them! There is a HOP ROUTE for you to follow below! You will find it along with MY creation!   Make sure to leave some LOVE at every stop, for you will want to be eligible for our PRIZE!! What fun would it be without a PRIZE!!


***You could WIN……………….


Your choice of one AWESOME ……

KITTIE KIT stamp set

Of your CHOICE!

***The winner will be announced

FRIDAY 1/27

So you all have time to HOP!!
How cool is that? OK, better get HOPPIN’, there is LOTS to see!! Be on the look out for our NEXT HOP coming IN FEBRUARY!! We look forward to bringing you MORE sharing and prizes!! Until then, be sure to check out the daily posts on the STAMPIN’ SISTERHOOD blog!! There is LOTS of inspiration to be found! Thanks again for joining us today and ENJOY!!



I used the Kittie Kits Cause a Scene Out Door Master and Ranger Distress Inks to create my little coaster wall hanging. A sponge applicator was used with Crushed Olive to add the grass color and Tumbled Glass  was used for the sky and clouds. The tree trunks were stamped with Vintage Photo and then masked to stamp the fence. The tree trunks and fence were then colored with an aqua pen and Vintage Photo.
The leaves and grass were stamped with Peeled Paint, Forest Moss, and Crushed Olive. Real Red and Old Olive markers were used to add color to the tiny flower stamps prior to stamping them on the grass. A clip with ribbon and the raffia hanger finish it off.

**HOP ROUTE**

Bev Gerard
Charlene Driggs
Charlene Merrick
Jacquie Peifer
Jen Charboneau
Jennifer Cuthbertson
Joan Ervin ........you are here
Judy Rozema
Julia Aston
Juliana Swanson
Karen Hunsaker
Kecia Waters
Rubbernecker Stamps


47 comments:

Judy Rozema said...

Joan, that is such a cute idea and so well done!! I love how rich your colors are!

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Cute project and beautiful scene, Joanie! I wanna go lay under one of those trees and read a good book!

beadz said...

Your wall hanging turned out adorable!
Gini

golf_meg said...

What a great idea. Looks beautiful. from Martha

Bonnie aka raduse said...

What an awesome idea for the coasters!! I've got a lot of those and need to use them up. Great scene too.

Becky said...

wow..This is awesome, such gorgeous colors and beautiful scene. I have had this on my wish list for a while.

NancyD said...

Great masking and a wonderful scene. I am beginning to really love these stamps. Good thing I ordered some a week ago. NancyD

Sasha said...

Beautiful work, Joan:)

Ellen said...

fabulous way to use a coaster Joan! Love the scene you created! I can almost smell the country air!

Charlene said...

Oh, my gosh...how adorable and what a wonderful idea. Off to dig out my coasters and I must get that Master set.

craftymom205 said...

Love the home decor project.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Julia Aston said...

What a lovely orchard scene Joan - your trees and flowered field look so pretty on this wall hanging!

jimlynn said...

LOVELY! Like how you did this on a coaster and it looks like a small oil painting! Very pretty.
Lynn

Kittie said...

Joan, this little wall hanging is precious. Ilove that you placed your trees out in front of the fence ln. Your delicate flowers just make this!!! I love it!

Kecia said...

This is so Kittie! WOW! You've created a stunning scene on this. Love the colors. A true work of art, Joan!

Holly said...

WOW!!!!!!!!!! This turned out awesome! I love that crooked fence - looks just like what we see out in the country around here.

Denise said...

The talent that all you have is amazing to me. Thanks for sharing with all of us.

Miss Boo (a.k.a. jen70) said...

So cute and creative! Love it!

Melissa E. said...

Great scene! I love how you've created the soft rolling hillside with the fence. Just lovely!

Becky said...

Joan, this is gorgeous....I am amazed at all that can be done with the Kittie Kits and the ideas that you girls have. BTW, I couldn't leave a comment on Jennifer Cuthbertson's blog...all I got was a blank screen when i clicked on comments :(

Denise Bryant said...

Great job on the scene stamping! Love the colors!
DeniseB

Linda Palmer said...

Your scene is beautiful. Love the thought of making a small scene on a coaster and hanging it on a wall. You certainly did a beautiful job on this! Wish I could color with inks, but can't.

Loll Thompson said...

Joan, your scene is amazing. I definitely have to look into getting a Kittie Kit!

Susan Bagley said...

Absolutely adorable. Love the angled sloping fence and nice job on masking(btw). Red flowers made just the right finishing touch as did the little lasso looking coil and ribbon!!!
Susan Bagley

Nancy said...

What an adorable wall hanging!!

Judy I said...

Cute project. Great use for coasters.

DianeL said...

What a great way to show off a Kittie Scene - very appropriate. Love it

Dawn's Craft Place said...

Beautiful job with your scene! love the fence.

Joan V said...

What a cute little gift to make. Love your scenery. I have seen so many nice scenes done with this Kittie Kit. Thanks for sharing.

Sheila said...

ooops...I posted on the wrong post.

Don't you just love Kittie's stamps...I know I do!!! I think I can even create a scene...I sure would love to try.

Thanks for sharing,
Sheila

Sandy Ference said...

Very creative!
sandy17897@comcast.net

Donna said...

Cute door hanger, such a cute idea, and looks wonderful!!
Hugs
Donna

Basslady said...

this is incredibly wonderful!

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

Dawn Easton said...

Fabulous scene you've created, Joan!!! Love it! Makes me dream of summer and enjoying the outdoors!

Tammy said...

Oh wow Joan, fabulous! Green grass looks pretty good right now, all we're seeing on the ground is snow.

Bev J. said...

Love your neat scene and that you made it into a coaster hanging-great idea!

FrancineB said...

Cute wall hanging! Great choice of colors and the scene is so pretty and peaceful. Reminds me of spring time at its peak.

Trisha said...

Wonderful wall hanging. Let's all think spring with this beautiful scene. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I just recently found your blog and I am in awe of your work. Would love tro win something of yous Jackie Kenny

Serena said...

So lovely! It sure would look fabulous hanging on my wall :)

postalorphan said...

What a darling wall hanging - very clever!

Lori said...

Your scence is just beautiful. Wow on your project.

Heather said...

Love this scene. The details are amazing.

Jen Cuthbertson said...

What a cute idea and your scene is so pretty! Great job!

Julia said...

Love the coaster hanger and the scene you created is beautiful.

Sabrina said...

Joan, what a sweet little hanging and what a welcome splash of colour on a dull grey morning.

Anonymous said...

Cute idea for a little wall hanging - love the way you did the trees! Thanks for sharing.

Karenajo