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Day 13 of 31: Hold Me ATC

It's Lucky Day 13 of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween! I have an ATC to share with you today. If you are a frequent visitor of my blog, you may have seen when I made a whole lot of ATC's for when Vera Lane sponsored Wicked Wednesday. If not, you can check out that post HERE. I have a few more images that I want to add to the little ATC book that I am going to make, so here is one of them.

I used the Quirky Zombie. He's part of a set with a zombie girl and a cat. You'll see what I've done with the girl later in the month. He's been colored with my Tombow watercolor markers and then fussy cut. 

My sentiment is from the Lil Grumpies set from Smeared Ink. My background was made with a couple of sprays (pink and green), plus I layer one of Stampendous and Andy Skinner's Industrial stamps on top of that in brown. Tomorrow, I will have a new Wicked Wednesday challenge for you. But for now, please visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creeptastic day! 

Comments

Sarah said…
I just want to hug all his worries away - and hope his other eyeball doesn't fall out
DonnaMundinger said…
AWWWW!!! This is adorable! xxD
Oh my, I love the image and how you colored it. Thanks for sharing. Patricia B
Unknown said…
Wonderful ATC! Love that image, and your background is great.
Sarah's comment made me laugh . He is cute and he does look like hugs me hahahaha
Happy Day 13
Sari / Granne said…
Brilliant coloring and so sweet sentiment.
My Side of Oz said…
Awww mummies need love too..he is a cutie and looks awesome on this ATC xx
valscraftings said…
Cute little image, and colouring!
Carol said…
Cute -little mummy fab xx
Wicked cool ATC, love that mummy zombie, fab colouring!
Susan Renshaw said…
Fab image and colouring! Love the background!
Mary Holshouser said…
Great job of fussy cutting.
The coloring is great.
The mummy looks like he's been through a lot.
Hope he gets to rest soon.
thanks for sharing.
Tina Chianna said…
Awwww he's so adorable and what a fantastic background for him
Laura S Reading said…
That is a huggably cute little monster.
Unknown said…
Okay I would love to

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