Thursday, 14 March 2013

Tiddly Inks and Make it crafty joint blog hop...




Evening peeps!! I am back with another post for today and I am so excited because its time for another Tiddly Inks/ Make it Crafty collab blog hop and I LOOOOOOVE them!! Christy and Zoe always do a totally awesome job of these and its awesome to be a part of it too.

To keep this hop super fun and easy, we are going to be hopping from the main post HERE and not linking from blog to blog. 

To make this work, we suggest you open a new window for each link (click CNTRL and the link you wish to visit), which will open the next blog and keep the main post up too...that simple. This way, you can easily navigate between each blog in the hop and return to the main page when you are ready to go to the next blog.

Some of us have Glyphs hidden on our pages so don't forget to look out for those in the posts!!! (I might have one down there......!!) 

So, onto my first card!! this one uses the gorgeous Mummy Boy from Tiddly Inks and the Hieroglyphic wall from Make it crafty.

awwww he's just sooo cute!!

and this one uses Jackie from Tiddly Inks and the Egyptian pyramids from make it crafty....
So now onto that glyph!! yes I am a holder of the glyph and mine is.....


I am popping these cuties into the Around the world theme over on the Passion for Promarkers challenge blog!!...my place is Egypt :)

My colours are...
sand- Mustard, pastel yellow and Ivory
skin- blush, sunkissed pink and coral.
Jackie's head dress- denim blue, midnight blue, crimson,burgundy,olive green,pear green
Jackie's hair- cool grey 3-5

Little mummy's boy- pastel beige,khaki and ivory

Ok!! Have fun hopping peeps!! I am off on my hop now!!
huge hugs Lou xxx

55 comments:

Angela Boutiller said...

Your creations are great! I love her hair and who could resist the mummy?!?
Thanks for the blog hop stop.

Cindi Flass said...

Gorgeous cards! I love your coloring and the gauze on the first card is so perfect!

Maryann said...

Just love the pyramidcard, it´s soo awesome made, but also the other one is great thoug.

Raewyn said...

wow lovely cards - this combined release is fabulous

ccroll said...

I love these both sooo much!! :) Love your color choices for sure! :)
XOXO

MammasScrappin said...

Love these projects. Wonderful!!

Bunny said...

Beautiful cards. Thanks for the glyph. I want to hop like an Egyptian.

Corinne said...

Beautiful, Love the corners you used too...
Hugs

Fleur said...

Awesome cards Lou. Love the little Mummy's boy, Mac's doing about Egypt at school this term.
HUGZ Fleury xXx

Elena said...

lovely cards!!

Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) said...

Wonderful cards. I love the details on both of these.

Ildiko Cseh said...

They both fab
hugs
Ildiko

Dawn @ LilyPinkScraps said...

Both so gorgeous!! Especially love the little mummy :)

Leah Crowe said...

oh my goodness, Lou!!! I am in el oh ee vee LOVE!! The beads in Jackies hair are phenom.. love the multi-colors like that... the mummy creation is sensational too!!

Lucianna Dilsaver said...

So adorable, I just love how you colored up her beaded crown :)

Carla said...

Wow what lovely cards. Like the 2nd one a lot.

Amy Heffernan said...

I love your first card. That little guy is so cute!

Laura said...

Your coloring of these lovely images is spectacular! Great blog hop!

Laura C.

Margy (DS4J) said...

STUNNING cards! Love all the embellishments you added.
{{{hugs}}}
Margy
Owner: Digistamps4Joy

cal8007 said...

Thanks to the Egyptian hop I have found your blog! I've enjoyed looking through all your projects. Thanks for sharing your inspiration!

Hugs,

Carmen L

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Fantastic cards...the colors on each is just wonderful!!

Granmargaret said...

Lovely cards Lou. Thank you for sharing on the blog hop.
Best wishes
Margaret

Cecilia Reyes said...

wonderful cards I love that mummy!!!

Tabbatha Sandoval said...

Of course I love the first card - it is just like mine! hehe I absolutely adore the colors on the second card though. We get so caught up in the deserty-sand colors that we forget that Egyptians LOVED color. Her headdress is gorgeous and the little embellies are just perfect. I'm also jealous in how you combined the two scenes - I wanted to, but just couldn't figure out how to make it work. :D

Catherine said...

Oh Lou your cards are fantastic Sweetie ! Stunning colouring as always and I love the cheese cloth ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

Ddmac58 said...

Mummies boy is adorable and the Jackie card is lovely! Thanks for sharing!

Susan Kennedy said...

Fantastic cards!!! Gorgeous!! I love these backgrounds and how you used them! Just awesome!

Carla S. said...

Fabulous cards, Lou! Love the colors and fun images!

Lisa T said...

Love your embellishments~ The gauze is perfect for the mummy card and the gold corners are perfect for your Jackie card.

Jodi said...

Oh my goodness how I love that mummy card... just adorable.
Hugs,
Jodi

Tanya said...

These are fantastic Lou! I love the sepia tones on the first one and the blue and gold on the second look so good together :D

Tanya xx

Dilyana said...

Oh, Lou!!! I love your cards, totally you! I swear, I can recognize your style from a million cards! You're just awesome! Great job on the new release, my friend!

Delphine said...

Two gorgeous cards, with great scenes! I especially love your mummy one, so so cute, and I love the details! Hugs Delphine xx

Marlena Peduzzi said...

Lou, both of your cards are just fabulously beautiful! I love your tan tones on the first card and your beautiful corners on the second!

Rebekah said...

This is totally fabulous work sweetie! Congrats to Mo on his amazing fund raising too hugs rebekah xx

✿LemonBella✿ said...

Amazing cards, Lou! I am totally in love with the design of the Mummy boy card:)
Dafi x

Being shMe said...

Absolutely perfect your cards. The first one is my favourite among all beautiful Egyptian creations I've seen so far. Well done,Lou :)xxx

Louise said...

Wow Lou you do makes some fabulous and fun cards.
Hugs louise xx

Alyce said...

WOW!! So cool lou!!!! i love the scene of the first one...but i cant get over how amazing the second one is!! she looks like a vision coming up out of the sand... and her hair is AWESOME! :D

Sandi said...

oh oh oh this is wonderful, hugs

stampsilly71 said...

I think the Mummy boy is sooooo cute and I love the burlap-ish stuff used as an embellie (what is that?) Your cards are fantastic!

coops said...

oh my goodness.love these both lou.i absolutely love anything egyptian so these are right up my street.lol
your colouring and designs are so stunning and fabulous images :D
i have recieved my win from Krista too hun, thanks so much :D

xx coops xx

Katina said...

Amazing cards Lou!!!
xx

Donna Wardle said...

WOW Lou... I truly believe you have out done yourself with these amazing cards. I LOVE each one of them!! Stunning work honey!! Xx

Samone Giblett said...

beautiful work, loved the way you brought it all together

Pop's Cards said...

Good Morning sweetie, these are both stunningly gorgeous..

Have a lovely Sunday Huggles Pops x x x

pinky said...

I have been scooting up and down your blog Lou and am truly amazed. Big hugs
Pinky

Craftbugmum said...

Two lovely creation from you today. I must have missed this post.
Hugs
Fi xx

The Crafty Den said...

Hi Lou, what gorgeous cards. I love your images, especially the lady one, and your colouring is fab. Thanks for joining us at PFP and good luck! Hugs, Denise x

Scrappin' Diva said...

The mummy boy makes me smile. He's so cute!

Trisha Stanley said...

Very lovely creation! Love the hair/beads.
Hugs~
Trisha

Eileen said...

Oh WOW fabulous cards and so different. Love the fun mummy one but the Cleopatra is gorgeous. Amazing colouring especially on her head dress. Love it.
Thanks for joining in with our challenge at PFP and good luck
Eileen x

katscards said...

Fab cards and I think that cute little mummy might be my favourite!
Kat x

Irene's Creations said...

Love your cards. Great job!

Sally Dodger said...

Love the Egyptian themed cards. The sentiment on the first card is a great and the colours on the headdress is amazing.