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Zombie Boys…Dressed as Rudolph?

I never thought I would make a card with 2 zombie boys…dressed as Rudolph! But, I’ve done it! Today is release day for the new Simply Betty Stamps collection, Zombie Teen Christmas. For this card, I took separate images of Caleb and Levi and put them on to one card. On the SBS Blog, you will see that you can purchase a merged image of the two boys, as opposed to using them separately. Here’s my card.

I have to say, I had such fun coloring these two boys! Especially Caleb. He looks so miffed about wearing his costume. I used colored pencils for both boys, with Distress Inks around the edges.

Here’s a close up of Caleb. I really enjoyed shading this image. I took a lot of time, so that I could get it just right.

Here’s Levi, who looks quite surprised to find that fluffy tail on his bottom. Even his worm is looking at the costume in wonder!

The sentiment is also from Simply Betty Stamps, from a different zombie collection. My dew drops are colored with alcohol inks, to mimic Rudolph’s nose.

What did you think of this, er, unusual Christmas collection? Wasn’t it fun? Please be sure to visit the SBS Blog to see even more Zombie Teen fun using these boys. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

DK Spins said…
Cute project Alison! Love those new zombie stamps from SBS. wonder if zombies fart (thinking about being the ass end of the reindeer)
Bonnie said…
really cute, love the zombie xmas idea
Great layout and I love the distressing you added around each image! Great colors and a fun sentiment for them. ;D

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