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Zombie Teens Halloween Preview

Greetings! It’s time for another release at Simply Betty Stamps! Today is the preview day, featuring 3 brand new images…and tomorrow is the release day, with 3 additional images. Shall we get started?

My project features Trick or Treatin’ Miller. He is hilarious! And remember…this is a zombie collection!

I took a simple brown paper lunch bag and inked, stamped, and glued it up! How great would this be to give your kids their school lunch in on Halloween?

How funny is this guy…er…zombie?!

Now…I had another project for today. No, really. I did! But…I goofed. I used Rio (being previewed today) and Lola on a card together. Lola is being shown tomorrow. So, I am saving the card for then. I can’t believe I did that…but now you have something fun to look forward to!

Please be sure to go to the Simply Betty Stamps Blog to see all of the other zombie-tastic creations the DT has made for your viewing pleasure. Check back here tomorrow for some more creations by yours truly. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Fantastic!!! This is one hysterical zombie! Love the treat bag idea!!!
chrilvian said…
hahah he is my favo today
he is so funny in hi car
DK Spins said…
What a cute treat bag Alison! Miller's such a funny lil zombie.
Steph said…
Too cute! I think that would make a great lunch bag for me, my kid might be too embarrassed :)
sammi said…
Fantastic treat bag, Alison! Love it!

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