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Zombies Coming at you!

Hello BRI Friends Waleska here again! so glad to be back to share with you on this fun day!!! I hope your decorations are up and your costume is ready! I am a crazy Halloween Lover and Halloween cards are one of my most favorite cards to make! For today's card I created a Zombie scene.. Are you a Zombie fan? I used the most adorable Zombie from the Greeting Farm Trick or Treat set!  Before I share with you my card I want to remind you of the Amazing Promo at the Shop on Halloween items, but hurry up because it ends soon!!!There is still are great selection of Halloween products, go check it out! HERE



I started coloring a bunch of zombies (because I did not know how many I was going to use plus you never have too many colored zombies) I die cut two Lawn Fawn Leafy Tree Backdrop Landscape Lawn Cuts in black cardstock and adhere them with Mono Multi Liquid Glue.  For the background I used Oxide inks in colors Faded Jeans and Seedless Preserves and a little of Walnut Stain regular ink on the edges.  For the grass I used Mowed Lawn, Peeled Paint and Walnut Stain again. I used the graves from the Lawn Fawn Spooktacular Set.  I adhered everything with Scotch Foam Mounting Tape and added the sentiment!

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you have a Spooktacular Day! Full of Candy and Fun Activities!


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