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Toxic Teens Release

Hello! It's release day for the Toxic Teens from Simply B Stamps! I hope you checked out the Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls post yesterday, as that's the team that's sharing these cool new images with you. If you didn't, please go and visit The Dolls. Yesterday we previewed 3 new images for you. Today, we are sharing the last 4 in the new Toxic Teens collection. I have 3 cards to show you here.
Up first, is Tommy. I love this little guy. He's adorable. And super cool.

I love coloring these images because of all the details. Check out his rad sneakers, for example. 

I colored Tommy (and my other 2 images with a combination of watercolor markers and Copics. That little music note stamp coming out of Tommy's headphones is from Inkadinkado.
Now, the next 2 images are really special to me. Betty Boo named them after my kidlings!!! How cool is that? Needless to say, they are thrilled! So, I'd like to introduce you to Nix and Rhi.....

Check him out! My Phoenix loves Nix's outfit. I could totally see him rockin' it too. My sentiment is from Inkadinkado. The same set actually that the music notes came from on Tommy's card. 

I pop dotted Nix off the card. You can probably see that better in the first shot. And yes, I did ask my Phoenix for his color advice for this little guy. :)

And here is sweet Rhi! Isn't she the cah-u-tist?!?!?! I love her! I used the latest Deconstructed Sketch for the layout of this card. This is totally an outfit that my baby girl would wear.

I used a bunch of pop dots on this card too. I wanted these kids to really stand out!

Now, i am sure that you're wondering where the real Nix and Rhi's projects are. Well, have no fear! You will get to see them! Next week. Next Tuesday, there will be a very special BTBD Blog post. That's all I'm going to tell you about it for now. You'll have to be sure to pop in for a visit! But for now, please visit the Dolls' Blog to see what they have created with the new Toxic Teens. Then, head on over to the SBS shop to pick them up for yourself. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Carol W. said…
Betty's images are amazing and super cool! You did a wonderful job with them. TFS

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