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Zombie Teens Halloween Release!

Today is release day! I have three zombified projects to share with you, all featuring the new Zombie Teen Halloween collection from Simply Betty Stamps. I have a lot to show you, so let’s get started!

First is Dino Christian, and he is my favorite image from this release!

He just makes me laugh! He looks so upset about his costume!

I colored him with my watercolor markers. Really…are you giggling yet?

My sentiment (which is perfect for this image right?) is from StampInsanity.  I inked a little, and used some cool stitch rub-ons to finish this card off.

Next up is a two-fer. I used Lil Bo Peep Lola and Fairy Rio together on a card. ‘Cause I can totally see them skipping down the road on a sugar high!

They have had a few too many M&M’s, don’tcha think?

I decided to try something different and go monotone with their coloring. I think this green is the perfect shade of zombie, don’t you?

 

The last project I’m sharing with you is very special. Why? Because my son Phoenix made it! He is always watching me color images, and this time, he wanted to work with Mommy and make a card of his own! 

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Here’s my little guy working so hard on his project…still in his PJ’s! He wanted to continue working on it (he started the night before) as soon as he got up!

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Here he is with his finished card! Isn’t it a masterpiece? He worked so hard on it!

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Look at how he even decorated around the image!  So precious. I love doing projects with my Phoenix!!!

Ok…all this talk about Halloween and now I need some candy. So I’m off to go raid my candy bowl! 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 a new Bombshell Stamps creation by yours truly. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Sammibug said…
More wonderful cards! I really love the way you think outside the box! The images in green look awesome! You are so talented! Oh, and Phoenix's card is so cute! I can tell he had fun making it!
Laura B said…
I love the way you colored all of your images! Really cool. And Phoenix did a great job! He's so sweet.:)
Scrappychick said…
Fabulous cards Ali! And tell Phoenix that his coloring is rockin!
DK Spins said…
Great cards, Alison! And, Christian is a total hoot! That's so cool that your little man, Phoenix, was so anxious to finish his creation. He did great, you should frame it & set it out for Halloween, the best day of the year. TFS! Dianne
Alex said…
The Christian image is my favorite, but Phoenix certainly knows how to color!!! WTG!
Scrappinrpn said…
Your cards are amazing as usual, fab colouring. Looks like you have a budding artist, very well done Phoenix! By the way, your son is just the cutest! Awwww

Hugs
I love the Christian Image...... think I NEED that one LOL

Pheonix your card is superb!!! beautifully coloured and decorated .... your mum has serious competition :)

Fiona. x
callyannc said…
Oh my gosh! too cute! My fav is the Ummm....Boo! I love it! TFS Callyann

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