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Day 6 of 12 Days of Creepmas

Can you believe we are halfway done already? This month is seriously going by even faster than October! Really quickie post today.....

There's that Santa hat again! I just keep gravitating towards it! All of my images today are from Bombshell Stamps. The sets I used was Holiday Accessory, and Calaveras Fiesta.

Sorry this pic is kinda out of focus. I used only watercolors for this, though I embossed my skelli. How thoughtful of the skeleton to bring a gift! And look at what a cute teddy ear it is! Like I said...short post today! Please be sure to visit the rest of the Jolly Bloggers, listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creeptastic day!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
Too stinkin' CUTE, Alison! Great use of the stamps and I love your watercolor background. xxD
Hiya Alison, loving that skeleton and the teddy shows his softer side.
Emily Thubbron said…
I love this cute project. The skellie is loving his teddy. Great!
Love the way that skeleton is laying - so cute. What a versatile image.
Wendy said…
Ahhhh....cute tag/bookmark. Love your skeleton in his Santa hat. Great watercolors on the background. Great project for Day 6!
Wiola said…
I think this is super cool. Water colour is one of my favourite medium. Naaw what a cute teddy-bear.
Crafting Vicky said…
Such a fun tag!!! Love the great details and the image that you have used. The ribbon is fabulous.
he's a cute santa, though he is a skeleton... cute skeleton !!
ionabunny said…
That's really cute. Everyone needs a teddy for christmas
maureenjscott said…
This is a fabulous tag! I love the santa hat on the skelly and his wee bear is totally cute! lovely! mo x
Dominike said…
What a funny tag.
Kathi said…
Ha! I love this! Brilliant!!!

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