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Zombies Oh My!

>> Monday, September 12, 2016


Hi Everyone. Today I have an easel card to share with you that features a couple of the new Zombie images.


I started by stamping the 2 zombies, masking the crawling zombie and then stamping the guy zombie behind. Once they were colored with Copics, I stamped the zombie sign, colored it and then used copics to color in the background. Next I layered the panel onto green and then black CS. The large green panel was stamped with the accent bats using Versafine Black Onyx ink. Everything was then added to the black card base.

Here's a closer look at the front of the card.

For the inside I stamped the zombie greeting onto white CS and layered it onto the same green and black CS. The zombie hand was stamped, colored and fussy cut, then attached with some foam dots.


I think these new zombie images are great for Halloween cards. You can color them to be funny/cute or scary - whatever you desire.

Thanks for stopping by today!

shelia

7 comments:

nwilliams6 said...

Sheila, you are so right about being able to color them scary or fun, and I love how you combined them. Great easel card! Hugz

Sue said...

What a great Halloween card Shelia! Creepy enough to be scary and yet cute enough to be fun! The hand inside is a great touch!

Karin said...

I love your batty background and how you masked and layered the zombies to create the scene on your card! Great job on the inside of this easel card too :)

Robin Clendenning said...

OOgie boogie, scary! Love your Halloween card with those creepers! I love it as an easel card too! Wonderful Halloween sentiment to go with those scary guys!

Janett Ray said...

Shelia, what a great card the bat background is so perfect with the rest of the card.

Samantha said...

Creepy and cool. Nice combo!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

How fun & scary at the same time, Shelia! The lime green bg w/ the bats definitely brightens up the creepy zombies.

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