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A Perfectly Odd Blog Hop!!

Hello!  WELCOME to a Perfectly Odd Hop!  We have partnered up with the ladies from Some Odd Girl to bring you something fun and different!


We had the pleasure of meeting some of the Odd Girls at CHA in Vegas, and a collaborative event was an absolute NO-BRAINER!  Would the Odd Girls like to try out some fun tools?  Heck yes!  Does the Perfect Paper Crafting team want to play with some cute stamps?  Sure thing!  And it's a match made in heaven...

Today, both teams come together to bring you a fabulously inspiring BLOG HOP that will run through Sunday, November 17th.  There are 15 stops along the way including the main blogs, and PLENTY of inspiration for you to enjoy, so we hope you have as much fun as we've all had in this little partnership!

If you're not already familiar with Some Odd Girl, you are in for a TREAT!  They offer clear and digital stamps, cut files and new accessories, and they are cute and quirky to boot!  Once you see their unique style, you’ll always be able to spot them! 

You should have arrived from Suzanne's blog, but in case you get lost or distracted along the way, here's the hop order:

Some Odd Girl blog
Perfect Paper Crafting blog
Suzanne Bier
Eva Uyeunten (ME!)
Alexis Kemp
Pam Sparks
Judy Bagwell
Wendy Ramlakhan
Jenn Cochran
Mary Pat Siehl
Katie Perry
Roxie Glaza
Kristy Dalman
Jenny Gropp
Leah l'Orange

Be sure to comment at EVERY stop and you'll be eligible to win one of TWO prize packs that include one Perfect Paper Crafting tool and one Some Odd Girl stamp set of your choice!

I made a couple of cards using Some Odd Girl's Under the Sea Mae and my Perfect Layers rulers.  I love this stamp set!  Not only are the girls gorgeous but that narwhal and sea horse are adorable.

This is my first card.  I paired a mermaid and a sea animal friend for each card.  I decided to use just a simple mat with my 3/16th width ruler.  I used some gelatos for the background after I embossed it with some swirls on watercolor paper.  Also added some gesso and stamped the shell on there as well but might be hard to see in this photo.  I added lots of sparkle and some rhinestones too.

Here is a close up photo.

This is my second card and I went with a similar design just different colors.  I love how this one turned out too.  I had a lot of fun coloring up these images and just experimenting with the backgrounds.

A closer photo of Mae and her sea horse friend.

And for additional inspiration, visit the Some Odd Girl blog all week to see how the Odd Girls combined their stamps with our Perfect Paper Crafting tools!  You might even see some guest appearances from some of our talented team!  You have until Sunday at midnight EST to leave your comments, and Some Odd Girl and Perfect Paper Crafting will each draw one winner, to be announced on Monday, November 18th. 

Next on the hop is Alexis!

Have a Perfectly Odd day, and good luck!



Comments

Unknown said…
I love your cards! Really nice coloring!

Jenn
Rachel Parys said…
Phenomenal!!! These are so gorgeous Eva!!! Love them both!
Unknown said…
Love how you did the background...beautiful!
Cheryl said…
Pretty mermaids! And the sea animals are so cute too. Love your coloring! Neat backgrounds...you're so artsy!
Your coloring has left me speechless...which is pretty hard to do! Holy cow! And I thought I could color. Just amazing!
Robin Orgera said…
Love your cards, they are beautiful. Love that stamp set too.
lenny said…
Adorable cards!!
Great backgrounds on both cards! wow!
Gorgeous coloring Eva, and the background swirls are so cool! Love both cards!
Mare said…
Love your cards! I want to try gelatos!
Kristie Maynard said…
Beautifully done. Love the colors you chose, just adorable. TFS.
Sharla said…
Such gorgeous cards, love the background papers and you paired up the mermaids and sea friends perfectly!!
Laila B. said…
WOW...love the bright colors you used and your coloring is fabulous. Congrats!!!
Karen Amidon said…
Your coloring is incredible! Love the fun images you used. Fabulous cards!
Katie said…
These are gorgeous- I LOVE those backgrounds and your coloring is awesome!
Denice said…
Mermaids and narwhals...can it get much better than that?!! Fabulous coloring and perfectly placed white dots!
Unknown said…
Love love the coloring the back ground too!
Loriann
nini78 said…
thanks for the blog hop , beautiful card
M DelValle said…
Beautiful!! I love mermaids and sea creatures!!
loulou said…
Eva, your cards are absolutely gorgeous. Your colouring of the sweet mermaids and their cute companions is fantastic and your backgrounds are magnificent.
GregT said…
Eva, love your cards. Great technique on your background. And your coloring is perfect. I love the white gel dots that add sparkle.
Unknown said…
Oh cool backgrounds Eva! Love your coloring and added embellies!
Tammy W. said…
My goodness! Your backgrounds are to die for!!! Love them! Thank you so much for the inspiration!!
LauraEva said…
WOW--Look at those backgrounds! Amazing cards!
Linda W. said…
I love this blog hop and all the beautiful cards.
Sara said…
Stunning cards and awesome backgrounds!
Unknown said…
Don't you just love the mermaids?! This is my favorite SOG stamp set! I love what you did with them! Your coloring is stunning!
Jessica Strider said…
Oh wow! I love your gorgeous backgrounds, and even more gorgeous mermaids! What amazing colouring skills you have.
Iris said…
Such pretty colors and I love the sea creatures.
isoscia at aol dot com
Disco Queen said…
Inspirational Eva. So cute! Theresa. H
Splashin' good cards. love both of them.
Grá O'Neill said…
Beautiful cards, love the backgrounds and great colours :)
Cynthia Cole said…
Love your mermaid cards! Great job!
Marie-Anne said…
Your cards are really gorgeous.

Marie-Anne
Suzanne Bier said…
Your background really makes it seem like the mermaids and their friends are swimming under the sea! Love them both!
Mary Pat Siehl said…
just beautiful - love your coloring
Anonymous said…
Love your two cards. I really like the backgrounds that you made for the cards. I think I am going to have to search through my embossing folders to see what I can come up with.
RiNNE said…
The backgrounds are so gorgeous, these are beautiful!!!

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