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Burton Chibis! Preview Day

Who wants another release from Simply Betty Stamps? I’m sure you do! This time around, we have the Burton Chibis! Quirky and cute for sure! Today I am sharing a card using Corpse Bride.

I loved using these shades of purple and blue! I colored the Corpse Bride in with my watercolor markers.

Isn’t she sweet? I love the butterflies flying around her! I inked the edges with a pale blue. I did the same around the sentiment.

I used some stitch rub-ons and purple ink…followed by some pretty, sparkly embossing powder. If you click on this (or any) image, you can see it bigger.

Tomorrow there will be more new images, plus it’s release day! So you can snag Corpse Bride and all of her friends up for yourself! The rest of the DT has some awesome projects to share with you today and tomorrow (I know, ‘cause I’ve seen ‘em!), so I do hoe you’ll stop by the Simply Betty Stamps Blog to see their creations. I’ll have 2 cards to share with you tomorrow.

As an aside, today is the last day to sign up for the Bombshell Stamps Hump Day Hop! The theme is Holiday Hoopla, and you can find all of the details HERE. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Stitchinwitch said…
I love it. I must admit the film wasn't my favourite but this image is adorable
I LOVE Corpse Bride!!! and this image is gorgeous. Beautifully coloured ......as always :)

Fiona. x
Robin said…
What a great new release. Love the colors. Fabulous!!
Steph said…
Sweet! Great colors and I love the sparkle :)
Laura B said…
LOVE the colors you used! She's really cute.:)
Brandy said…
LOVE the colors!! So CUTE!!! Love this image!!
Kelli said…
LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!! I want!!!!!
Sammibug said…
Wow, she looks great done in blue! Very cool! Fantastic coloring!
Alex said…
Love the way you colored her! Just fabulous in the purple/blue ghostly look!
callyannc said…
This is sooooooo very cool! Lovin the purples! TFS CallyAnn
http://callyanncraftycreations.blogspot.com
DK Spins said…
This is so pretty, Alison! I love her blue with purple hair! Beautiful job!
My Scrap Diary said…
She looks gorgeous in the blue and purple hues !
xx
Jess
SBS Sis :)

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