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10/27/2014

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LOVE your zombie CARD. The black & white is great.

Aaawesome zombie card ... and then that sentiment!! FAB!!
Love this!!!

Wow, this is beautiful... I love it... I can't wait to buy all of them ...

WOW, this is truly FAB!!

Ake! It's a zombie!!! Lol. She looks great and I like the grey scale with the splash of color, it certainly draws you attention more!

Absolutely fantastic JoAnn! I love everything about this card!

Your zombie came
out cool!
Carla from Utah

Eeee! Great card but I must admit she scared me a bit, lol!

This card is fabulously spooky!

Awesome Halloween card!

This is a very scary cad! Well done! :)

So dark but so appropriate.
thanks for sharing a wild card.

Saw this on Instagram and loved it!!!!! Great job and thanks for sharing !

The coloring is great! Also, it is a small detail...but, the torn black tape appearing to hold the image on is a great addition.

Wow! Love the zombie, and your coloring. Awesome

This is quite lovely! Normally zombie cards are a bit grotesque, but I love that this is kind of beautiful

Love the little spots of color, she is creepy and amazing all at the same time!

I agree very cool. Your card turned out great.

GREAT job on taking a cute SOG image and zombifying it! and the sentiment is PERFECT....now I will have The Band Perry's song Better Dig Two stuck in my head....that's ok....love that song :-)

That pop of color is fabulous. I love to mix colors to create my own (easier to do with water-based mediums - haven't tried it with alcohol inks yet). Then I get my own custom color for that unique pop!

Love your black and white card. Your image really pops with that little bit of color.

Too funny. Love your monochromatic scheme and your coloring.

What a goulish girl! I love your little pops of color!

What a great idea to make the image into a zombie.

O M G! ZM looks amazing. Those color pops really make the whole image pop.

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