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Sweet Gothic Kids Halloween Preview!

Hello hello! Welcome to the Simply Betty Stamps Sweet Gothic Kids Halloween Preview! Today, the SBS gals, and The Burtonesque Dolls are sharing 3 of the 6 new images that will be released tomorrow! And, I made 2 of my cards for sketch challenges. So, let’s get started!
The first sketch challenge I worked with was the latest Deconstructed Sketch. I love Jen’s sketches!

The Deconstructed Sketch 13
And here is my take on it, using Rag Doll Sally.

I opted to not go with Halloween colors for her. Doesn’t she look sugary sweet?

I colored her with markers. The sentiment is from Technique Tuesday. And I used papers from various companies.
Next up is Punkin’ Judy! For this card, I used this month’s Smeared & Smudged Sketch.


And here’s my take on it.

Another cutie, right? I went for muted Fall colors for this one, and I love the end result. The houndstooth background paper (DCWV) has gold glitter on it, which is so pretty!

Again, I used markers for this image. For my last card today, I didn’t go with a sketch. Say hello to Pumpkin Carving Alex!

He makes me think that this is what Phoenix is going to look like in 10 years. I can totally picture him like this. Isn’t Alex handsome? I love his cool hair and funky clothes!

Markers were used yet again, and my sentiment is from Cosmo Cricket. The punch is from You-Know-Who. I love it because it’s so big and bold.
I hope you enjoyed this preview! Tomorrow, the Simply Betty Gals and The Burtonesque Dolls will show you the last 3 Sweet Gothic Kids, and it will also be release day! So you will be able to purchase these cuties for yourself! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Jen Shults said…
Oh my! These new guys are too cute!! I can't believe it's time to start thinking Halloween! Gorgeous work Alison!! :)
Wowzers!!! I am totally in love with your cards!!! Wonderful all 3 of them!!! I am totally going to start on Halloween projects again!!!
Suzi McKenzie said…
Absolutely stunning work, love them all. Your colouring skills are awesome, i'm rather green to say the least
Hugs
Suzi
xxx
Carol W. said…
Super cute cards! Love all three images and the coloring is amazing, TFS
Laura B said…
Cute! I love Rag Doll Sally!:)
DK Spins said…
Wonderful cards Alison! Like Laura, I love Rag Doll Sally - love the colors you chose for her.
~Lady B~ said…
You totally rock betty's images! Fantastic work!
Kathi said…
Bwa ha ha. She who will not be named. I have that punch and love it. It's actually made my EK Success, so that's what I call it. :D

I love the cards, expecially the pumpkin carving one.

Great coloring on them.

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