I ripped the straw hair off and added a little black soot distress ink to the skull.
There was a bloody skeletal hand here. I replaced it with some ghoulish accents.
I needed something for the head. So I attached an ornate frame.
A 31 is always a good thing.
My favorite part of the whole project. The Thinker!
I stacked an assortment of pumpkins for him to sit and ponder.
I cracked his bones and reposed him into the famous sculpture.
I used paper stash Laboratorie to wrap this pink box. Adding a variety of Tim Holtz Sizzix dies.
I filled this little jar with poison then mounted it in a corked dome. Adding little ants and skulls helps create to haunt.
The Thinker is broken and reattached with hot glue. I love positioning my guys!
My first time being published, Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine.
Thank you Craft Hoarders Anonymous for hosting me this month.
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Challenges I'm playing in.
Sizzix Halloween Challenge.
A Vintage Journey- Heavy Metal
Dies used, Halloween Shadows, Iron Gate, Tapered Fringe, Gothic Boo
Stay tuned...Tutorials are coming
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