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This is for Saturday’s Inspiration Challenge (IC564) on Splitcoast. I didn’t have time to get it finished & uploaded yesterday, so I’m a little late. Audrie also asked us to do something “different” than we usually do. Though this is the second time this week I’ve used these creepy zombies, it’s not my usual style to make cards that are definitely on the creepy side.  ghoultimes-portrait-09735
I stamped all the zombies, colored them, then fussy cut them. I had this little white window type frame left over from something & liked how they fit in it, so I stamped the greeting, added a sage green layer (it kind of matches their skin, don’t you think?) & a larger black layer. The black layer has a barbed wire fence embossed across it & the bottom edge was punched w/ a drippy goo punch.  I think this family was probably a lot more attractive before the “ghoul times”, lol.

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Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs  Zombie CrawlerZombie GalZombie GuyGhoul Times, (inside –Silhouette GraveyardZombie RisingZombie Hand Wave)
Paper: white, black, sage green
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Versafine onyx
Accessories:  Copic markers, Misti, Spellbinders A2 matting basics B, stitched rectangle die, Sizzix Halloween border embossing folder, Drippy Goo border punch

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3 Responses to “Zombie Family Portrait”

  • Shona:

    Super fun Julie! Love the gouls!They look awesome in the frame.

  • Great Halloween card. You really got the skin tone bang on. You always seem to have leftover pieces from other projects to use. That is so helpful, eh?

  • Oh my gosh!!! Creepy and scary but super fun!! My oldest daughter and my two older grandchildren love the show “The Walking Dead”, I can’t even watch the commercials, sheeesh!!
    But your card is awesome in a creepy kind of way, I think I’m going to go and buy this stamps, as scary as they are, I just can’t resist.
    I love the “family portrait” you created with the left over frame, I do that too, when I die cut my card stock I always try to center it so I can use the left over frame later.
    Awesome card, thank you for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.

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