Tuesday, October 10, 2017

31 Days of Halloween 2017 (Day 10)

It's Day 10 of the 31 Days of Halloween annual event hosted by Terra!
The Challenge as a Wicked Blogger is to post something each day in October that is Halloween/Day of The Dead themed!!
 Below this post you will find the blog roll for all the
Wicked Bloggers!

Today I am sharing a Gothic Tombstone artist trading card with base.
(This guy has taken the wrong potion!)

Skeleton Gothic Tombstone & Base ATC

Sideview

Back
RIP



Supplies:
Gothic Tombstone & Base
Spider Web Material
Skeleton Body
Black Soot Paint
Gold for Patina
Tiny Rubber Bat
Potion Bottle & Labels
Spices for Bottles
Spell Book
Pumpkin
R.I.P Beads
Tiny Skeleton Hand & Bones
Tacky Glue
E 6000 Glue

Happy Creating! T.




Terra

Black Dragon

Susan

LeighSBDesigns

Lyneen

Stampendous Stamps

Lost Coast Designs/Carmen's Veranda

Tee

Alison

Sarah

Nan

Airless Chambers

Jessica

Kat

Shell

11 comments:

  1. this is so cool!I like how it's up on a base.

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  2. Another Fantastic project!

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  3. He's been spending too much
    time in one spot - the webs
    are taking over.
    Fangtastic piece.
    thanks for sharing.

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  4. Love all that dimension~! Awesome ATC! I love the skeleton clutching his throat!

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  5. A fab skelli project!

    Val
    LeighSBDesigns DT

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous this one. The best so far, and the other ones were great as well. So deliciously creepy and sinister. I just wish I had one. Love the bat on top.

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  7. oh my goodness this is so spooky! the tombstone is fabulous and I love the skeleton with his book of spells, the whole design of this is fabulous!! LOVE it :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
    Luv
    Lols x x x

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  8. I love it! So many cool little elements.

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  9. Very spooky. Glad he wasn't biting his own hand. Hugz

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