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All I want for Christmas...:Day 10 of 12 Days of Creepmas

Greetings! It's time for my newest project for the Smeared and Smudged 12 Days of Creepmas! We are quickly reaching the end of this fun ride, and the time has gone SO fast! Having both of my kids Birthdays in December really makes it hard for me to keep up with everything! For this card, I used my beloved Bombshell Stamps.

This card is super glittery! I used Girl's Ruin and Holiday Accessory for this card. Don'tcha just lover her Santa hat?

Seriously, where I can I get these shoes in my size? If you haven't noticed, I changed the sentiment a bit....

It now says "All I really want.....is you shoes!" I think I may add a few rhinestones or black pearls to this....I kinda ran out of time! But, in person, it does have a lot of impact from all the glitter. But really, can you ever have too much glitter? I think not!
Please be sure to visit the rest of the Jolly Bloggers. They are all listed in my side bar. And over at the Bombshell Blog, this month's Pin-Up is sharing her challenge with you! So please check that out as well. Thanks for stopping by! Have a creeptastic day!

Comments

Ally White Cat said…
How fun. She is beautifully done..
susan s.
DonnaMundinger said…
My sentiments EXACTLY! Love it! xxD
Jenn Borjeson said…
No, you can never have too much glitter! That Santa hat is adorable and the shoe totally rocks. :)
Wendy said…
Great card Alison. Love the image and sentiment! You will be wearing glitter for the next week after making that card.
great card! and such a fab sent :)
Carla said…
What great card- love the shoe and blingy!
Steph said…
Fabulous card, LOVE all the glitter and the senti is perfect!
monique said…
fabulous cad, love the glitter and the image used
ike said…
Super card - love the layout. :-) x
Love the hat on this image and the sparkly shoe. I plan on using her in our upcoming hop if my freakin' project will just come together.

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