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Sweet Gothic Kids Christmas Release Day!

Welcome to the last day of the Simply Betty Stamps Sweet Gothic Kids Christmas Preview. Today is officially release day! You now have the opportunity to snag these sweeties in clear stamp form, or for ONE WEEK ONLY, in digi form! We have one more Kid to introduce you to. Here’s Tree Top Wednesday!

“Not a card?” you’re probably thinking… That’s because there’s a new SBS challenge with the Scrap Team! That’s right! And your challenge is to make a Christmas tag using the following colors: Cranberry Red, Hot Cocoa Brown, Snow White, and Teal. Such yummy colors!

Isn’t she sassy? I colored her with a combination of watercolor markers and pencils. I stuck to the colors required, and didn’t add any additional colors except for her skin, and the green of the light wire.

And how cute is that background stamp??? It’s from Inkadinkado. And I chose to color in only some of the lights (with marker). Then, I went around the whole thing with X-Mas red Stickles, and I adhered that rad button with it as well.

I do hope you will play along with we Scrap Team Gals! Be sure to visit the Simply Betty Stamps Blog and the Simply Betty Challenge Blog for more inspiration, and the SBS Store to snag these babies for yourself! Thanks for stopping by! Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Unknown said…
Great image. Love the tag.
Sassy doesn't begin to cover this image. She is fabulous and I love the tag you created with it.

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