So many FREAKY FUN challenges going on right now people!
I have not decided exactly what I want to do with this page...maybe a nursery rhyme/song book gone wrong, maybe a fun little calender, or just a book to do with animals on the dark side...hummm so many fab possibilities!
I am going to enter this lovely little lamb into A Step In The Dark who has a their Challenge #4 - Anything Goes or Zombie theme if you need some direction.
Over ripe lambkin is also going to have a go over at Haunted Design House Macabre Monday Challenge Blog. They have an challenge that the devil himself would love, 666 - The Number of The Beasts.
The internet never ceases to amaze me. I wanted a zombie lamb poem or rhyme and so by the power of GOOGLE, I found this lovely little ditty that fit PERFECT with my lively morbid piece of dead fluff. Poem is below picture and click on the name to take you this poets blog.
Mary had a little lamb,
Its fleece not white you know;
Cause everywhere that Mary went,
The lamb was sure to go.
And so much worse than any dream,
She took it into school;
It made the children cry and scream,
To see this lamb so cruel.
The teacher tried to put it out,
But lamb did eat her hand,
As blood did fall, the kids did shout,
But Mary took a stand.
“Why does the lamb eat teacher's flesh?”
The little students cried.
"A Zombie Lamb needs meat that's fresh,"
She said as teacher died.
Bloody Chops and Deets
Image is from Odd Ball Art Stamp Co.
It was printed out onto Whisper White card stock.
Blendabilities and markers to color in.
Fussy cut and adhered to background.
Crystal Effects over eyes, heart, stitches, and hooves.
Poem by Blaze McRob was printed out on copy paper.
Background is a digital paper from the Smeared Ink set called Cranium. I did alter the color match my coloring on lamb-ie.
Base is Whisper White card stock and all edges are roughed up.
All materials used are current Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.