Monday, 7 October 2013

DAY #7 OF THE 31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN.

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Well folks here is the door....
 ...but the inside today is on my blog.
Today i have something else to share with you here,
an elegantly decorated coffin shaped box.
 The skull on top is stamped 6x, fussy cut, layered up with silicon,
allowed to harden then dipped in my melting pot.
The flowers are made from a mould (i used mold'n'pour to make the mould and a brought flower bead)
using black utte. A little piece of broken jewellery in the centre to set it off.
The coffin box is covered with black embossed card that has been highlighted with rub-on creme.
SUPPLIES USED
METALLIC RUB-ON KIT
EXTRA THICK EMBOSSING POWDER
MOLD'N'POUR
MELTING POT
STAMPS USED
ON DOOR..... SPIDERWEB RO 811NS
GRAVE TIDINGS FO801NS
ON THE COFFIN BOX .....SKULL SW M11053
Thanks for visiting see you tomorrow for DAY#8
happy hopping.
BDx

18 comments:

nichtniedlich said...

wow, very nice work! Amazing, this dimensional look of the skull on top, love alle the details!
hugs serafeena

ldfdesign said...

OH WOW!!!! Did you cut out the eyes on the top layer to give it that dimension? This is amazing!

blackdragon said...

The eyes are cut from the top four layers....each layer has more cut away than the next so that by the time the skull is put together its quite 3 dimensional. BDx

DogsMom said...

Gets better and better!

Thank you for the skull close up and all the details.

Matney said...

Great details on how you made each piece. That flower mold is beautiful. Love the close up pic of the skull to see the depth of the layered eyes. Always amazing to see what you have created!

Kelli said...

You really do like the fussy cutting don't ya?!! I remember a spider project last year I think it was that you fussy cut like a bazillion layers for it!! Awesome job!!

Emily Thubbron said...

BD, I love that coffin. I am totally impressed with the skull and how it looks like a pendant. Fantabulous.

DonnaMundinger said...

EEEKKK!!! FAbulous, BD! Always love your projects that include the melting pot. Gotta check out that Mold 'n Pour, too. xxD

maureenjscott said...

Awesome work on the skull! Was convinced it was a button or something, amazing to read how you made it! X

Ineke said...

I like the decoration on the coffin. It looks great. Now i go to see what's behind no. 7.

Lyneen said...

Great detail on the coffin... love all the awesome work by the talented Black Dragon!!!

Wendy said...

This is outstanding BD. Love the skull cameo and the black roses encircling him! Love all the texture on the coffin also. You are the queen of mixed media!

Carla said...

Love the embellishments around the skull...wicked!

Sharon Sahl said...

I adore your skulls! I've tried but can't get that much dimension. So cool!

Steph said...

Brilliant! Love the texture of the coffin and of course that skull is freakin' unbelievable! AND you made the flower mold?!?!? Wow!

KC said...

you are such a pro at that 3-d stuff! this is so creepy awesome!

silvia said...

Awesome coffin~LOVE the skull!!

Jetske said...

Ooooh, really! I'm catching up for the past week, but it's too much! So much detail, and another 3D skull... Mold'n'pour is great to work with, like it very much myself.
You can use anything to make a mold from, and will it with UTEE or clay etc.