Wednesday, September 15, 2010

SBS Halloween Emo Release!!!



OOOPs!  Sorry this wasn't up sooner.  The darn auto-post did not work.  Ugh!


anywho...


Woot woot... a Haunting we will go, a Haunting we will go...
I hope you have enjoyed the preview days, now it's time for some hoppin' fun, prizes, and deals!

Prizes:
Three Lucky Winners will be receiving two FREE rubber stamps from the Emo Halloweenies!  Click here for the details.


Now the wheels and deals!


Digis:
Any 12 for $31.50 use code SEPDIGI3150

Any 6 for $15.75 use code SEPDIGI1575

Any 3 for $7.85 use code SEPDIGI785


Halloween Card Kit
(must be pre-orderd)
$49.99
use code HALLOWKIT

Halloween kit includes the following: All five Emo Halloweenie rubber stamps; Christian Vamp, Lola Mummy, Devil Rio, Witch Betty, and Frankenmiller, DIGI Pumpkin London, and two We R Memory Keepers mini clear stamps! Embellishments on the cards including the Cricut cut outs! All the papers, cardstock and tags as well as the ribbons and Fabric for the flowers! Even the Diamond Glaze needed for your projects! All this in a nice bundle price of $49.99 and free shipping! This kit is limited to 12 and is only available as a pre-order so hurry and grab yours! All cards you can make in the kit can be viewed here.
Emo Halloweenies Pre-order Special
(pre orders will ship October 1st.)
5 Halloweenies $26.00 use code PRERUB26

Rubber in stock:
 3 for $15.00 use code 3RUB1500
Now onto the hop!
If you arrived here from from Kim's blog you are on the right track.  If not, be sure to start at the beginning so you won't miss any of the sah-weet projects the ladies have put together for you. 

Today I bring you Lola and London...Halloween-ized!  Typically, I am known for my use of bold, vibrant colors.  For this hop I decided to go outside of my colorful little box and dive into my darker side.  After all, Halloween is coming! 




I went for an old-skool horror feel, using black and white as well as some sepia.  Both of my lovelies are colored with copic markers and blinged out with some sparklies from my friend Kathi, who was kind enough to send me a RAK.  Of course I had to break-in my MS Dripping-Goo Punch.  Can I tell you how much I love this thing?!  Ugh!  I have been seduced by the devil!  Sorry to all Martha fans out there, but I swore I'd NEVER financially support that lady...and then she goes and makes cool punches that I cannot resist!  Darn her!  My only justification is that the punch is actually made by EK Success.  I had to tell myself that about 10 times before buying the punch!  After chanting my mantra, I was afraid Martha's garden-gloved hand would try to snatch me from the craft isle.  Paranoid am I?  Let's just say I watch too many horror flicks!

Back to the deets.  The plain and glittery paper are DCWV.  The patterned paper is 7 gypsies.  I am so in love with this batch of DP!  I ripped and shredded and glued the paper until my sticky fingers and tired mind were satisfied.  A little distress ink  and some embellies and boom!  A card is born!  

 Can I say how much I LOVE the Halloween Emos?  These guys and gals are so much fun to play with!  I had a blast with the Emos and just cannot stop making projects with them.  I had to truly restrain myself in posting as I wanted to share EVERYTHING I have created!  Keep a watch out for the Simply Betty Challenges...starting the 17th of this month...as the DT will be sharing more of our projects using Simply Betty Stamps
Thanks for stopping by!  Your next stop should be Linda's blog

 
Here is the blog list in case you get lost along the way:



Don't forget to check out Simply Betty's blog for the deets and deals of the awesome release!

20 comments:

  1. Lady Brayton...these are Boo-tiful!!! Their hair looks sick and I love the old horror feel you gave them. Stunning!

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  2. Ms. Brayton this Spookylishes!!! I love it!! Great Work!

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  3. WOW, I love the black and white. You are amazing.

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  4. REALLY WICKED! Soooo freakin wicked. LOVE THE BLACK AND WHITE!!!!

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  5. OMG!! These are amazing.. I love how you did them in black and white..
    Hugs, Linda

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  6. Oh wow, I LOVE this old film-reel look! I don't think I've ever thought of using sepia with black, I tend to only use it on vintage pieces that I've done in sofetr colours, but look how FABULOUS they look together in this. And I've been wracking my brains trying to think of how I'm going to Halloween-ise one of Betty's cute images for the challenge, but now I'm off to play with black and sepia. THANK YOU!

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  7. WOW your coloring is amazing!! I love your cards you did a great job!! What talent you have! thanks for sharing with us!! PS did I tell you I love your cards!!

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  8. Fan-freakin'-tastic, Lady B! LOVE the monochromatic old-school vibe to these, and your coloring is awesome :)

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  9. LB I love them!!! omg I love the black and white such a great idea!!!! wow just wow

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  10. OH!! FReakin AWESOME LADY!! Good grief! What an idea colouring them monotone like this...it's just awesome! Im in love... what was I saying??! OH YA! FANTASTIC!!!
    Hugs
    Cheri

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  11. These are awesome!!! Love the colours very bela lugosi!!

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  12. These are awesome Lady B!!! I love the black and white it reminds me so much of old horror films!! Great job on these!!
    Hugs:)
    Angela

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  13. These look AWESOME! Love your colouring on them!
    Sammi
    xx

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  14. Love the Halloween images! Fabulous card samples too! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. These came out so awesome my glue sniffing friend (or the voices in my head) I love the coloring on them or the lack of awesome job.
    ~Patricia

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  16. Both cards look stunning! I love how you have used just grey and black tones!

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  17. what can I say that hasn't already been said....THESE are Friggin AWESOME....

    Hugs
    Nancy

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  18. OMG LADY B!! These turned out sooooo beautifully!! I just love that black and white and as you know I ADORE your coloring techniques! YOU ROCK!!!

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