Sunday, 21 August 2016

Z is for Zombie

Hello.  Welcome.  Here's my altered playing card for the Craft Barn Alpha/Dictionary challenge.  Looking at the letter Z and I just had to use the new Zombie die from Cheery Lynn.   



Bwahahahahaha.  I made a painty background and then paper pieced my zombie and the grave stone.  I gave zombie red rhinestone eyes and when I took the photo they went all spoooooky!!!   Fab.   Then I realised I had forgotten the pearls!!!!



Added them to the gravestone but this photo lost the spooky eye effect.......


Close up, cos even without spooky eyes Zombie is pretty cool. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
The Craft Barn Alpha/Dictionary Challenge - Z
Hobbygarasjen Utfordring 39 - Bruk Dies
Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday July 2016 - Peridot he's an august baby bwahahahaha

11 comments:

  1. LOL great word choice and a fab new die.

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  2. Cool card, love the background, it looks so real. Thank you for partisipating in hobbygarasjen.no's challenge. Karin Lovise

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  3. It's so fun to see how you used your new die. I think this is quite unusual, and really enjoyed both the scary and non-scary editions.

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  4. funny, thanks for play along with us at Hobbygarasjen.no
    DT Graciela

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  5. Come Halloween, you'll be well prepared! Great fun page.

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  6. Great die! This is a great card.

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  7. A fun alteration to your playing card.

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  8. Love the die for your lovely card.

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  9. Hehe. Så herlig og annerledes kort. Skikkelig orginalt 😀
    Takk for ditt bidrag til hobbygarasjen 😀 Hilsen pia

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