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Day 7 of 12: You Ain't Gettin' S@#!

It's Day 7 of the Smeared & Smudged 12 Days of Creepmas. My card today isn't creepy at all, but it is rather snarky. And we love snarky over at S&S, don't we? I got the image from Bugaboo. It's been in my arsenal for a while now, but I thought this was the perfect time to use it.


I know a few people that deserve this card. I colored her with Spectrum Noir markers and Copics.

Unfortunately, you can't see any of the shading I did behind her. Sometimes my Ott light is just too damn bright. Anyone else have that problem? Things just get washed out sometimes. Anywho...I've got quite the headache, and I think I need some rest. So...short post today! But pleae be sure to 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

ike said…
Hahahaha - yes I know a few who would deserve this card. LoL Fabulous creation. Love the DP back paper and your colouring with the SN is excellent xxxx
DonnaMundinger said…
ROTFL! Too funny Alison and I love the background DP. Perfect! xxD
Wendy said…
love this card...we all know some people who are deserving of this card...lol!
Hahaha made me laugh. awesome.
hugs
susan s.
CarlaKH said…
hahaha love Bugaboo images. this is soo cute!
Jenn Borjeson said…
Adorable card! You had a headache, too - I'm so sorry! :( Hope you feel better now, my friend. xoxo
Steph said…
LOL, I love snarky! What a fun card :)

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