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Day 10 of 12: Creepmas Grumpie

Greetings and Salutations! Welcome to Day 10 of the Smeared and Smudged 12 Days of Creepmas. Today's project features a Grumpie from Smeared Ink. I love these guys.

I love coloring this guy. I was happy to find some holographic light bulbs in my stash. They work really well in this card.

I colored the Grumpie with Spectrum Noirs and Copics. I was going to give the grumpie a bit of a glow from the lights, then I realized that they weren't plugged in! Which, I guess is better for the Grumpie.

Please be sure to visit the rest of the Jolly Bloggers, all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creeptastic day!

Comments

Wendy said…
Awe...very cute card today Alison. Love how you colored your grumpie and arranged him on the card. Only two days left!
DonnaMundinger said…
Super cute, Alison! Love your coloring and fab holographic lights. The DP you used is really fun, too. xxD
That yellow swirly paper looks great! And you are right - those holographic are perfect!
Crafting Vicky said…
I just adore this little guy!!!! Fabulous creation and love the way you have colored him up. The sticker you have found in your stash is just perfect for this!
Hiya Alison. gorgeous little chap and you just happened to have the perfect holographic lights in your stash??? why don't I have anything cute and interesting in my stash?
Wiola said…
Fantastic creation! The lights to the right of your grumpie are such a fun detail.

Ps. Is the background marbled? I love using marble paint (although I never get those fancy patterns that others somehow manage to create).
maureenjscott said…
Ooh! the holographic bulbs are fabulous on there! perfect! Love the holiday grumpie, so cute! And loving your background paper! mo x

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