Monday, 23 October 2017

Queen of the Zombie Ball

Hello.  Welcome.  Zombie chick you shall go to the ball.  

This is Whimsy Stamps Tai and Lisa, all dressed up and ready to party.  

For my background I cut a piece of pink marble card and then added some black and red acrylic paint splats.  I cut Taylored Expressions Spider Web die from rainbow metallic card.  I stamped Whimsy Stamps Tai and Lisa and fussy cut.  I coloured Lisa with Promarkers and Tai with distress inks.  I added some cobweb details to Lisa's shoes.  I used Whimsy Fa.Doodles stamps for the heart on her dress and the stitches on her face.  Tai's hat, the spider in Lisa's hand and the bats were cut using Cheery Lynn Witches Brew dies.  The sentiment is from Cheery Lynn's Fun With Frankenstein die set.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Tai and Lisa are joining the fun at


  1. I love your card, sooo cute. Thanks for joining in our challenge of Whimsy Stamps Challenge blog.
    Hugs Astrid (CDT)

  2. What a super sweet project you have for us today, so well thought out and put together a fabulous Creation Beautiful in every way, we are so lucky you have entered our WHIMSY STAMPS challenge blog so beautiful to look at good luck hugs Tracy x

  3. This is such a fun Halloween card! Love how you colored them and the background with the web and splatters looks stunning. Thank you so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!!

  4. Nice to see so much colour on a Halloween card instead of the usual black and orange - really love it!
    Anne x

  5. Spooky, cute <3 Like the use of colors. Thank you for taking part in the challenge at Scrappiness.

  6. This is so cool! Love it:-)
    Thank you for joining us at Scrappiness:-)


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