Halloween Greeting Cards Australia – featuring cute Possum and Bilby

Halloween Greeting Cards Australia Possum Bilby cute original

Looking for something different for Halloween?

How about a greeting card featuring either Ringo the Ringtail Pumpkin, or the Zombilby…?!

Great fun for Aussie wildlife lovers who like something a little bit cute and original.

Please see my Cute Australian Wildlife Shop for all available designs and merch! 

Little Gnome Bookstore now selling cute Australian wildlife greeting cards

Little Gnome Bookstore now selling cute australian wildlife greeting cards


Great News 🎉

Little Gnome now has a batch of my greeting cards in stock!

I personally recommend Little Gnome’s amazing mochas so make sure you order a coffee whilst having a browse of my cute Aussie wildlife cards featuring my koala and possum characters!

To view the designs please have a look at my Cute Australian Wildlife Shop.

Zombilby: Zombie Bilby gifts, merchandise and clothing in the Cute Australian Wildlife Shop

Zombilby Zombie Bilby clothing t-shirts cute australian wildlife shop

Zombilby Zombie Bilby gifts merchandise apparal greeting cards cute australian wildlife shop

And for this years Halloween image is the cute Zombilby. Did you know that the bilby is an endangered marsupial due to feral predators and habitat loss? So I decided to bring it back alive as a zombie to seek revenge!

This image is available on a range of merchandise (including , clothing (including t-shirts, dresses, baby and kids clothes), homewares (including mugs, pillows, clocks and bags) and gifts (including greeting cards, notebooks and phone cases) in my Cute Australian Wildlife Shop in RedBubble shop, just follow this link to have a look:

Zombilby – Zombie Bilby illustration for Halloween Australia

Zombilby Zombie bilby illustration Halloween Australia

Zombilby Zombie bilby illustration Halloween Australia

Remember the Zombilby (Zombie Bilby) I created a few weeks ago?

Well here is some work in progress on that illustration. I decided to go back to basics and use pencils and markers to colour it in prior to scanning it in and touching it up in Photoshop. Do you like it?

Next thing is to put it on some merchandise in time for Halloween in Australia!