I am soooo excited that today is finally here and we can share cards made with one of my favorite collections EVER from Simply Betty Stamps! Meet the Burton Chibis!! (For those who are going, huh? These are all characters from Tim Burton films!) Today we are peeking Sally and Jack from The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Emily and Victor from The Corpse Bride.
I have a brand new card that I am so thrilled with using Sally and Jack. Instead of starting with my papers for this one then picking colors, I started with a picture of Sally and Jack and picked my colors from them, then my papers. It just happens that this new pad from K & Co went perfectly with their outfits! Here's a closeup at the lovely couple:
You can also see here the detail on the Spiderweb die from Cheery Lynn Designs. Its so delicate and gorgeous!! I cut it out on plain Black Bazzill cardstock then I swiped some Graphite Inka Gold (from Viva Decor) over the top. For my card base and black layer I cut the center out with Circle Classic Large Silver Stackers, also from Cheery Lynn Designs. They are WONDERFUL because they have a clear yet marked center so its really easy to place an image directly where you want it within your circle.
I adhered the Spiderweb between the layers with touches of Glossy Accents. Here's yet one more view of the card from the side, so its easier to see the peek-a-boo window through the web. Pretty cool, huh??
The last shot is of the detail at the bottom of the card. I added a strip of striped paper and a small border of black die cut with Border Carnivale from Cheery Lynn Designs. The crow (and the Boo pennant at the top of the card are from a K & Co sticker pack.
Please join us over at The Simply Betty Stamps blog to see lots more eye candy from the rest of the DT. And be sure to leave comments at my fellow SBS team's blogs for a chance to win!
Be sure to come back tomorrow for MORE Burton Chibis and for Release Day when the will be available in the SBS Web Store! Thanks for coming by today to visit! I have blog candy in the post below if you haven't seen that yet :)