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An SBS Blog Hop with Burtonized Christian!

It’s finally release day! With a blog hop! I know that many of you have been waiting and waiting for today, since you can now purchase the Burton Chibis 2 collection from Simply B Stamps. Well, we have a new character to share with you! We are happy to introduce Burtonized Christian!

Isn’t he wicked? Love his devilish eyes, his Krueger-like glove, and of course, his Bat Man shirt!

I decided to go for another ATC, as I am having fun making these little projects. I used my watercolor markers and my Copics to color Christian in. I also stamped, “Not a Costume” in the background, as well as a few slash marks using a stamp from Smeared Ink. I'm entering this ATC into their Anything Goes Challenge.

How much fun was this release? Now it’s time for you to continue hopping! Head on over to Barbara’s Blog next. Below is the entire hop list, in case you get lost along the way. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!
Ends at SBS!

Comments

Betty Boo! said…
Whoah that ROCKS! Those Blade marks are brilliant Ali!
Trudie said…
Fabulous!!! Such a great end to yet another cool SBS release! Love how he looks xx
Trudie xx
Unknown said…
wow! love your site, just became a follower...great work!
Bonnie said…
Really like the surprise image & love the claws
Corinne said…
Awesome job!!
Hugs
Kathy said…
Fabulous job! Love the claw marks and your coloring!
He does have a wicked look in his eye LOL..... Cool card Alison :)
Thanks for sharing with us at Smudgy Antics this week :)
Olivia said…
So cool! Love the bold colors. Olivia
Scrappychick said…
He's awesome! Love the scratches on the bg!
~Lady B~ said…
Awesome work on this, girl! You rocked it! Thanks for hanging at Smudgy Antics this week :)
Hi Alison. Love your ATC. Your colouring is, as always, superb. It's the little touches, like the slash marks, that add to the wow factor. Thank you for sharing with us at Smudgy Antics this week and hope to see you again next week
blackdragon said…
Wonderful colouring on this atc.
Thanks for sharing with us at Smudgy antics this week.
BDx
ike said…
Fab ATC - great colouring. Thank you for sharing at Smudgy Antics :-)
This is great! Love the edgy look to the background with the background - perfect for this image! Great coloring too. ;D *Hugs

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