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Sweet Gothic Kids Christmas Preview Day 2: Sally

It’s Day 2 of Christmas in July with Simply Betty Stamps! The SBS gals are previewing Sally today. She is super cute! I opted to go without the customary colors for Christmas.

And my purples actually look purple in my photos this time around! Huzzah! Isn’t Sally cool? I love her little outfit.

I colored Sally with my colored pencils. She was super easy to color, and a lot of fun too! If you are one of those intimidated by coloring, I highly recommend picking up Sally for yourself. There aren’t any confusing angles or what have you. She’s standing nice and straight, so it’s easy to do the high and low lights.

I cut out a circle with my Coluzzle (I know…it’s old school- but I love it!), and wrote “You spin me round and round” twice. I also added some Liquid Pearls in Platinum for a bit of dimension.

Al of the brand new Sweet Gothic Kids Christmas line will be available starting on Friday. They are available in clear…and guess what?! For ONE WEEK ONLY, you can buy them in digi form! But you’ve gotta act fast, ‘cause after that 1st week, you will only be able to buy them in clear stamp form. So be sure to visit the Simply Betty Blog to see other rad creations by the rest of the DT, and hop over to the SBS Shop starting on Friday to pick up these cuties! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

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This one is my FAVORITE!! She would be awesome for birthday cards too!

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