Sunday, 25 October 2015

DAY #25 OF THE 31 DAYS OF HALLOWE'EN

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Here we are...the last Sunday of October... the clocks went back last night...winter is here...yuck!
Today is DAY # 25 and we have a project made by me...BD.
Just a little project from me today...
a little altered box...i painted the inside with black distress paint before coving it with DP.
I tried to make look like something you'd find in the attic...
 ... dead flowers adorn the top, with a locket...and a fly....
 ....but when you open it.... it has a skull hidden in the lid.
 I stamped the image 6 times.... cut them out....each time cutting away a little more so that when
I decoupaged it up with silicone it became dimensional.
I then coloured it with distress ink.... finally dipping it in my melting pot to make it appear like
porcelain.

SUPPLIES USED
VERSAFINE ONYX BLACK
DISTRESS PAINT BLACK SOOT
DISTRESS INK BRUSHED CORDUROY
STAMP USED
SKULL ( one of two) SW M11953/119
Thank you for stopping by today... I hope you'll come by again tomorrow for DAY #26.
BDx

12 comments:

valscraftings said...

Great work on making the little skull, and box!

Sari / Granne said...

Ooh wau!!! I really looks like a porcelain. I'm just amazed, fabulous work!!

Carol said...

WOW - Love your Skull really achieved the porcelain look - awesome project xx

Jetske said...

You really are a "skull-master"! I've seen a lot of different skulls made by you, all layered up, but this one is the best ever! Dipping it in your melting pot sure makes it look like real!

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

This is GOREgous and is something my Evangeline Ghastly girls would most certainly have in their attic!

Sarah Bales Strom said...

Wonderful little box! I love what you've done with the skull image--it looks like an actual tiny skull.

Squiddy said...

great technique, it looks like real bone

Mary Holshouser said...

that skull is amazing.
I thought it was a piece of porcelain or plastic when I first saw it.
You did a wonderful job - nobody would know it was paper.
thanks for sharing.

Susan Salyer said...

Oh Gorgeous.you know I will have to be a copycat and try this now right? and yes yuck not happy about winter either.

DonnaMundinger said...

Gorgeous box! gotta say the flies are kind giving me the creepy crawlies, but that is as it should be. Fabulous skull. Gotta try that again. xxD

Susan Renshaw said...

Fabulous make as ever BD - so much to appreciate!

L J Dogsmom said...

Very nice box. Your dimentional skull is the coolest effect!