I love to collect and play with paper, especially making 3D items. I also love to collect fabric! I think I have a problem!!!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

DOOR SKELETON

DEAD ZONE SKELETON
Enter if you dare!
Does anybody remember those skeletons that would move at their joints?
Well, I do!  And I loved them when I was a kid!
I used the skeleton body from SPOOKY SILHOUETTES COLLECTION
and a pumkin for the head from MIDNIGHT JAMBOREE KIT
from http://svgcuts.com/ to make
my version of a jointed skeleton!
He's 36" tall x 24" wide posed this way!  He is posable and has
a permanent home, for now, on my front door!
Here's a closeup of his face and a few bones!
 
When I broke apart the skeleton in ECAL program, I made sure
I stacked all the pieces on top of each other, keeping my eye
on the largest piece.  As I enlarged, I made sure the largest
piece fit into the boundary of the cutting mat, leaving room
knowing I will be making another larger layer of the bones,
plus a shadow piece. 
I used Tim Holtz inks for all my inking.
The Dead Zone sign is actually a styrofoam sign from the
Dollar Store and was grey in color.  I used my Tim Holtz inks,
 Salty Ocean Blue, Festive Berries Red and white, to get the look
I wanted. I was surprised how well the styrofoam took to the ink.
Mr. Skeleton has been entered in Challenge #3 over at
They have a wonderful bunch on their design team!
And give us all a chance to win fantastic prizes!
Three's a charm, they say,
Unity Stamp Co. http://tinyurl.com/9dl6awq,
is sponsoring this time around!  Awesome!
 
 
 
 
 

1 comment:

About Me said...

Hey Debra! I Love your Skeleton!! He's Da Bomb! LOL You did a great job and sooo inspired me to make one too. Thanks girl, keep em coming as you always say! Thanks for sharing and being a great friend. Your the Best! Happy Crafting!

Misty

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