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Day 11 of 12 Days of Creepmas: Shopping!

Holy cow...I am just coming in under the wire at this point. It's almost noon here! As I have mentioned, these past two weeks have been insane. And I can't seem to have a moment to get it all done! Today's project isn't at all creepy...and luckily, I had it colored who knows when! But, the image is from Kenny K..and we Smeared & Smudgers all like Kenny K, right?

I colored her with pencils and a few watercolor markers. I think she's super sassy!

I literally threw this card together with scraps that were already cut. Hey, at least I'm dedicated, right?

Sorry I put this up so late... There's also a new Dilly Beans Challenge going on....so please visit the Challenge Blog to check it out. Sadly, I didn't have time to play, but I am going to try to have something for it ASAP! Thanks for your patience and understanding. Please be sure to visit the Jolly Bloggers, listed in my side bar. Have a creeptastic day! And, HAPPY YULE to all my friends that celebrate!

Comments

monique said…
cute image, love it
Wendy said…
Super cute card...love the image and your coloring. Like your layout and embellies!
Carla said…
Fab card....love that image and the coloring!
Ally White Cat said…
so adorable. she has her shopping done! beautiful work as always.
susan s.
Jenn Borjeson said…
Your card is so cute! We ALL have days like that - I don't have a creation for my own ATC challenge for tomorrow, first time ever! LOL We're only human, and you ARE dedicated! :) xoxo
ike said…
Super cute and great use of them snippets :-) xxx
DonnaMundinger said…
Darling, Alison! Love the image and especially the red hair. HeeHee How'd you know I'm a last minute kiinda gal? xxD
Steph said…
Great card, I love Kenny K images and you've colored this one so pretty. I wish I could just throw some paper on a card and have it look as great as yours, fabulous job!
Wish I could look that good while Christmas shopping. For a card you pulled together in a hurry, you sure cannot tell it.

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