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Hello, hello! I have a new Teen Christmas Zombie to share with you from Simply Betty Stamps. Say hello to Peppermint Brooke!


I colored her with my watercolor markers...a lot of them! I layered the heck out of her. Plus I used 2 of my 4 Copics. ;) Her skin took me a while, becuase I was trying to get her decaying flesh just right. I used E40, plus a muted mossy green, and a tan.

I used some Distress Inks around the edge of the image. I sponged on Antique Linen, Gathered Twigs and Peeled Paint. Nice and icky looking!

I used a couple of random scraps a button, some fibers and a ticket to finish off the card. Plus my sentiment, which I made using a Just Rite alphabet stamp. Tomorrow I will have another Christmas Teen Zombie to share with you, as well as a new Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls challenge. Be sure to hop over to the Simply Betty Stamps Blog to see what the rest of the DT has made. By the way, thank you so much for all of the kind words you left for Rhiannon the other day. She was beyond thrilled! She kept asking me to go on the computer to see what else people said about her card. Thank you very much for making her day! Nave an inspiring day!

Comments

Sammibug said…
Neat card, Alison. Love the use of coupon! Cool idea!
...just Barbara said…
I love the way this turned out and both sentiments are great! The distressing is great and I love her yellow eyes! :D
Kathi said…
Cute image, colored really well.

It is a bit disconcerting to read that you were "tryhing to get her decaying flesh just right."

Something seriously creepy about that.

ha!
Bonnie said…
really great card

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