Sunday, 21 July 2013

An Emo Zombie Meal

Today the Lady Commander of Copics and I spent the day clearing out a zombie nest in the deserted Adhesive Village. The inhabitants have long fled, or been eaten and turned into zombies and the small settlement was now infested. We didn’t expect to find any survivors, but it was dangerous to let that many zombies nest together, lest they decide to venture into some of the surrounding towns. Imagine our surprise when we came across a young girl huddled in an underground bunker. She wore black Winter Festival garb, which I found odd considering it is the middle of summer.
“Come with us, miss. We can get you out of here,” I said, extending my hand to help her up.
She looked at my outstretched arm and shook her head sadly. “No one came help me now. You’d best leave.”

I started this Christmas card by colouring the Delicious Doodles “An Emo Christmas” image using Prismacolor pencils. To earn some sparkle magic exp, I added some ice stickles to the “fluffy” parts of her dress and her hat. 
Soooo ****sparkly**** I embossed the black shimmer paper using my Cuttlebug and a snowflake folder. The sentiment I stamped using the Dylusions “Christmas Words” set. I then used the Art Philosophy cartridge to cut the snowflakes out, adding some brads in the center.

On the inside I stamped the sentiment using the Unity “Naughty is the New Nice” kit and the Echo Park “Holly Jolly Christmas” set. I then used the Unity “Warm Wishes Snowflake {vintage]” set and stamped the background, earning me +134 coverage exp points.

I used that same stamp on the envelope to make everything all matchy-match.


This emo Christmas card will sulk in the following challenges:

The Lady Commander urged me to leave the girl and move on as a zombie hoard was closing in on our position.
“You can’t stay here! Your supplies will eventually run out, and if you leave this bunker, they will kill you,” I pleaded with the girl.
“It doesn’t matter now,” she said in that same sulky tone.
“Leave her, sister. She is consumed by the eeyore sickness. We must go,” Angela hissed glancing over her shoulder at the approaching zombies. I acquiesced, leaving the sad girl to her zombie infested solitude. On the bright side, we gained a ton of experience from killing those zombies and managed to go up a few levels!

~ Guild Master Crystal ~

21 comments:

Elena said...

wow! It's so cute! I love it!

Hazel said...

Lol! made me smile - thanks for sharing for CCAYR and CHNC challenge extra for July - hope to see more festive makes soon. x

Jacki Daniels said...

Gorgeous card love the image and design thanks for playing with us at PunkyouGirl

stamping sue said...

Too funny! striking card!
thanks for joining simple salutations #54
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

Heather said...

I always know I'm in for an adventure when I see your name in on a linky list! I wasn't disappointed today. Glad you escaped the zombies and too bad about the girl with the eyeore sickness. I think I've met a few of them before. Anway, on to the important stuff: I have not seen many black and white Christmas cards, but yours is quite striking! Love that black shimmer paper. Thanks for playing with CSAYL.

Avril Ann said...

superb card hun, love it now following you on bloglovin xxx

Uta said...

Your card is so pretty. Thanks for joining us at the Fairytale Challenge.
Hugs, Uta

Vickie Y said...

Cute card! Fun sentiment! Thank you for playing along with us at MFP Simple Salutations Challenge #54.

Qie said...

Great card. Thanks for joining Our challenge at Brown Sugar. Good luck.

Helen said...

A great card - very dramatic and I love the way you've coloured the image.

Thanks for joining us at Penny's.

Helen x

maureenjscott said...

I love this image! Saw it somewhere last week and fell in love with it - after seeing your card I know I need to go buy it! I'm loving the 'black on black'! Best wishes with your challenges! Thanks for joining in at PunkyouGirl! mo xxx

Vicky F. AKA Crafting Vicky said...

this is such a great out of the norm Christmas card. love it. You know that you can enter your name twice since you are using a DD image?

Thanks for joining at Delicious doodles challenges. Hope you will join us next time. DT Crafting Vicky

Serena Bee said...

Great card!I love that image and how you made everything black and white. Love the embossed snowflakes and the sentiment, good job!
thanks for playing along with PunkyouGirl's July challenge, good luck!

Serena

Nikki Byrne said...

Fabulous card, love this gothic Christmas look :o)Thank you so much for joining us this week at Delicious Doodles and good luck . Hugs NIKKI DT

Bianca said...

What a lovely card for christmas! Thank you for joining us at Fairytale Challenge! xx Bianca

Helene Siermans said...

Great monochromatic card! Like the embossed bits too.

Thank you for joining us at Brown Sugar this week and good luck!
Nick

Julia said...

Gorgeous creation!
Thanks for joining us at PunkyouGirl.
Hugs,
Julia

Linda said...

I am loving your card, fab image and sentiment!

Thanks for playing along with us at Brown Sugar this week.

Hugs,
Linda xox
Brown Sugar DT

Donna Mosley said...

Gorgeous card, love the image and fab design. Thanks for joining us at Milk Coffee. Good Luck!

Donna x

rachel said...

ha ha - that made me chuckle! Great card - thanks for joining us at CCAYR and good luck x

Cath said...

Hey Crystal! Thanks for linking this up to the Holiday Card Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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