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Zombabes Release Day

Hello, my bloggy friends! Today I am, along with the rest of the Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls, sharing the last 3 images from the new Simply B Stamps Zombabes collection. Also, this will be the last post for the Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls. I am sad to see that it is coming to a close, but I look to the future for some exciting new adventures. I have really enjoyed my time as a Doll. Here is the first card I made for today.

This is Vacationing Veronica. I think she's awesome. She looks so chill, and I really like how she was drawn. I colored her with ONLY Copics! I hardly ever do that! Here's a close up.

I added some Antique Linen Distress Ink on top of the whole image, to age it a bit. The skull and crossbones that you see in the background are from Bombshell Stamps' Speed Shop set. The sentiment, also from Bombshell is from the Mermaid Treasure set.

My next card features two of the Zombabes. one is Haute Hazel, and the other is Beach Blast Alison. Named for moi! How cool is that?! Let's see if you can figure out which is which...

If you guessed that the Zombabe on the left is Alison, you are correct! Of course, I had to make her hair like mine...when my hair was long!

Can I just say, I LOVED coloring these images in! They were so much fun! I love the little details, and I like doing their skin a lot. :)

Wasn't this a fun release? You can score the Zombabes in the SBS shop right now in digi form. So scoot on over and snag yours! Tomorrow I will be back with a very special release! You won't want to miss it! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Unknown said…
Those are such great images! Love your cards.
Corinne said…
Wow, your coloring is Fantastic! Love the new images! Great cards!
Hugs

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