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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

Greetings! It’s time for a new Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls challenge! This time, we are asking you to take a favorite fairy tail, and turn it into a scary tales! Create your own dark version of your favorite Fairy Tale! I chose to work with Little Red Riding Hood. I worked with Emma, who is from the Simply B Stamps Original Steampunks collection.

She’s not afraid of a little wolf! I’m afraid to see what the wolf looks like now…Look! There’s blood on her hands and mouth!

I colored Red with a combo of Copics and watercolor markers. I cut her out and mounted her on to some Kraft cardstock that I had stenciled with blood splatter (from Martha Stewart’s cupcake decorating stencils), and Distress Ink. I added a few touches of white to the blood, and I made my sentiment (Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf) using a JustRite stamper.

I got a giggle out of this one. Again, it feels so good to be creepy! And I loved coloring this image. Little Red Riding Hood kicked that wolf’s a**!
So head on over to the Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls Blog to see some more Scary Tales! And then, join in and play! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Arts by Sara said…
Wow... You did an awesome job on this card! I love the red cape! And yep, I agree, don't want to see what the big bad wolf looks like now! LOL! Hugs and Have a wonderful day!
Riane said…
Awesoem card and fabulous colouring! But to answer the question...I think I am more afraid of little red riding hood! LOL!
Laura B said…
Gorgeous work! I really like this one.:)
Jenn Borjeson said…
Alison, this is awesome, as usual! :)
ike said…
Super fabulous - you did an amazing job of colouring her and I love your background :-D xx

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