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Day 3 of 12 Days of Creepmas: Creepmas Girl

Welcome to Day 3 of the Smeared & Smudged 12 Days of Creepmas! Today I have a card that uses Creepmas Girl from Rick St. Dennis. She told me her sad tale....but take a look at the card first.

This poor girl worked on a Christmas Tree farm. But all the tress died because of a drought. Creepmas girl....well...she went a little crazy... She is always trying to save these poor, dead, brown trees. Look! She has even decorated one! She just wants people to think her trees are beautiful. But, well...you see what they look like, right??? Not exactly ideal Christmas Trees.

Ok...so maybe I've lost my mind. Or perhaps I just need to get some more sleep...............
I colored her with watercolor markers, Spectrum Noirs and Copics.

My tree stamp is from Inkadinkado. My sentiment was made with a alpha stamp from Just Rite. Now off with you! Hop along! But be sure to visit all of the Jolly Bloggers...the full hop list is in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creep-tatsic day!

Comments

Glittery Katie said…
OMG! Love her love, the card!!
Diana Fernandez said…
I love your card! Of course she worked on a Christmas tree farm!
silvia said…
I ADORE your creepy Reindeer girl!!!
monique said…
love the card, great job
Carla said…
heheh poor lil girl with her sad trees! Love it!
Wendy said…
This is just the greatest RSD image...love how you colored her up and constructed your card!
Ally White Cat said…
Nice work ..she is a creepy girl lol
hugs
susan s.
Jenn Borjeson said…
ROFL She's awesome, Alison, and I'd buy her tree! :) xo
DonnaMundinger said…
Oh I love your little story and I think her trees are just beautiful. Fab card and great stamping and coloring Alison. xxD
lovely story and project! :)
ike said…
Well, I'd buy one from her LoL She's fabulous and I love the Tree stamp. Very clever idea Alison :-) xx
Aww! Poor little Creepmas girl! Poor creepy little Creepmas girl.

Okay, she's adorable! I love the piece!
Julia said…
Awesomely creepy creation.
Hugs,
Julia
Steph said…
Fab story, I would so buy a brown tree from this awesome reindeer gal! Love this card.

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