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Zombie Humor

This week's Dude Time Doodles Challenge is to make something with at least two shades of blue. I love this Zane Zombie image from Dude Time Doodles. He could be colored a bunch of colors, but I thought blue would be a great color. The image can be ordered with a lot of cool Zombie sentiments, but I typed mine up since I forgot to get the sentiments (shame on me). Thanks to Walking Dead, Zombies are sooo in right now.

Hope to see you in the challenge!



  1. Once Crystal gets married, how about you come to visit and we go to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios in Orlando in October!!!! I have been about 4 times with Wesley (Ryan and my DH hate that stuff) and it's a blast. You would love it-I see your dark side Nancy!!! lol I laugh myself scared when I go.

    This card reminds me of the movies Dawn of the Dead and Night of the Living Dead. He's Zombielicious!!!! I love the sentiment-it made me giggle. Your cards are so full of humor and are a great way to start my day. Thanks for the fun and the friendship!!!

    Bear Hugs,

  2. Brilliant card Nancy, I like Zane in blue I like the papers and the sentiment.
    Kevin xx

  3. That is one dude I don't want to meet, especially when I'm out for a walk at night. Glad hubby is with me. Hey, blue suits him very well. I see you and Carol are going to have some fun...LOL

  4. Fabulous coloring of Zeke and I love those feet sticking out the side. Fantastic design too!

  5. OMGoodness Nancy - your colouring on Zane is brilliant! His eyes pop so much, surrounded by the blue! Fabulous card! You have a wonderful sense of humour and I always look forward to seeing your projects! You have outdone yourself on this one!

  6. Too funny and great idea for blue skin, a very 'in' zombie!

  7. So funny! He looks great in blue (if a zombie can look great!) and a cool sentiment to boot :)

  8. LOL he doesn't look so good!!! This is such a fun card!!


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