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Day 4 of 12 & Traditional Christmas Colors with Dilly Beans

Jolly greetings to you! It's Day 4 of the 12 Days of Creepmas with Smeared & Smudged. It's also Friday, so I have a new Dilly Beans challenge to share. It's Traditional Christmas Colors. I combined both of these topics into one project.

I used #256: Framed Zombie Cupid for this card. I love her. She's so creepy sweet. I used a combination of Spectrum Noirs, Copics, and watercolors to color her in. Wanna see a closer look?

Awww...she wants to wish you a Merry Christmas! I used lots of Champagne Stickles...which is a fab-u-lous gold with iridescent glitter.

I hope you will play along with Dilly Beans this week! And be sure to not only visit the Dilly Beans Challenge Blog, but also visit the rest of the Jolly Bloggers. They are all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creep-tastic day!

Comments

monique said…
Gorgeous project. Great coloring
Now this card is just sweetly creepy. Wonderful!
Ally White Cat said…
Beautiful Alison. Stunning and beautiful.
susan s.
Jenn Borjeson said…
Alison, I love her! The colors are so pretty - I really love how you did her skin! :)
Wendy said…
Oh...she is so sweet...for a zombie! Love how you colored the DB image and layered up the background papers. Great card!
DonnaMundinger said…
Oh alison! She is sooo stinkin' CUTE for Creepmas! Love it! xxD
Carla said…
too cute...creepily cute that is! Love her in red and green!
Diana Fernandez said…
Awesome work! I love dilly beans! And a very creeptastic project for day 4
Steph said…
Beautiful card, I love her green hair! Champagne stickles you say...hmmmm i think i need that color :)
Julia said…
Fab creepy Christmas creation! Thanks for sharing your talent.
Hugs,
Julia
ike said…
Oh, she's fab in trad colours. Gorgeous creepy card :-) xxx
silvia said…
Great card!! LOVE your coloring!!

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