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Wickidz Release Day

It's release day for the Wickidz! This is the newest (and one of the darker) collections by Simply B Stamps. The Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls not only have 3 more Wickidz images to share with you, but we also have a set of 12 coordinating sentiments to go along with them! And, these sentiments will be great not only for this set, but for many, many other images you probably already own! Today, I am sharing Winnie with you.


How great is she?! I wonder what she's concocting...Do you think it's something good...or naughty? From the look on her face...I'm thinkin' naughty!

I colored Winnie in with my own concoction of watercolor markers and Copics. I added a cool image of a potion bottle from Inkadinkado and a whole lotta beautiful, gunmetal colored glitter.

Of course, this was also begging for my Martha Stewart Drippy Goo punch, which I did with colors that looked like the candle wax drips in Winnie's background. And how great is that paper with her? It's from DCWV. My star corner punch is from EK Success.

I hope you have enjoyed this release! I know I did! Talk about unique images! Now you should scoot on over to the Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls Blog to see what the rest of the Dolls have cooked up for your viewing pleasure. Plus, you'll get to check out that awesome set of sentiments! Be sure to leave some love on everyone's blog, to try to win one of today's images. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Trudie said…
So loving Winnie!! She reminds me of myself when I was (alot) younger, mixing up 'potions' with allsorts of different liquids from fruit juices to bubble baths!! Funny thing is my son did the same! Unfortunatly nothing exciting happened..... well not in 'reality' anyway!! Imagination is a different thing all together!!
Trudiexxx
Alison... You did an awesome job on your creations! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Hugs!
Star said…
This is so fabulous!! I love that inkadinkadoo stamp...it's perfect with the image. The whole design is just awesome. =D
Bonnie said…
Beautiful job on this card, love the coloring,the paper & the drippy goo!
I also like the expression on her face.
Steph said…
Fab card, love all the glittery goodness and that drippy goo punch is perfect. I really need to get that punch AND that awesome new image!

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