Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Halloween Skull

Happy Hump Day!  We're half way through this short week and summer is fading fast.  Fall will be here before we know it and our focus will be on all those beautiful rich colors of fall.  Then the spooky Halloween treats ;D  So I'm getting a head start on all my projects and today I have a simple black and white paper mache skull:

Spooky huh.........I like decorating my entryway with Black and White during Halloween.

This is a small paper mache skull that I purchased at Michaels.

I just love that black and white flower.  I plan on using that in a Halloween floral arrangement.

Here is a closer look at the side.  This is all freehand ink work using India ink and my calligraphy pen.

Here is the other side.

A little book text is always good ;D and an Inkadinkado stamp.

Another book text heart, stamp and a rubon spider.

I'm really happy with the way this turned out, I might just keep this one :D  I still have a few more paper mache projects to complete and I also have a project to complete for an upcoming hop.  What about you?  What are you working on this week?  Oh and I just completed my last summery project for PWP so keep an eye out for that,  I let you know when it's up on their blog.  Well, that's it for today.  Have a beautiful creative day!!!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!!!!!

I entered this project in the DL.ART Thankful Thursday 1000 Post Linky Party.  Hop on over and join the fun!!

Also entered in the following challenges:

Alota RubberStamps - Halloween Challenge #90
Bearly-Mine Challenge - Anything But a Card #51

19 comments:

  1. ok this one is too cool!! i too love the black and white!! awesome

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  2. another stunner!!! Awesome job Norma!!!!
    TFS and have a GREAT day!!!

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  3. Awesome job! I love this! Black & White will look awesome for your Halloween decor!

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  4. It turned out sooooo awesome!
    I'm super excited for Halloween, and I can't wait to see all your decorations!
    Hugs!

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  5. This is fabulous and spooky!! Love how it turned out! Have you ever heard of Inspire Me Fridays over at the Joyful Stamper blog? You should link this up! :)
    http://joyfulstamper.blogspot.com/

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  6. Absolutely Amzing!Stunning and Fabulous!TFS

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  7. Visiting from DL ART Linky party and I am your newest follower. And OMG I love this skull! You have totally inspired me. I look forward to many more fabulous projects in the future.

    Carol (Carol's Creaions)
    4evercarolscreations.blogspot.com

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  8. Oh wow, I absolutely love this!! I've seen the skulls at Michaels and now I want to try it...but mine will look nowhere as spook-tacular as yours!! Have a great evening my friend :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  9. That is absolutely one of the coolest projects I've ever seen!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Another great painted skull.
    This one is so elegant.

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  11. Wow-that is so cool, yet creepy. What a neat project.

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  12. So cool!Thank you joining the Alota Rubber Stamps challenge

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  13. Super job.
    Love the design great piece.
    Thank you so much for joining DL.ART 1000 POST linky party.
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  14. What a great look - makes me want to run out and pick one up, do it up and keep it just for me. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  15. Wow! This is an awesome scull and such an amazing decoration for Halloween. Thank you so much for sharing your great project with us at Bearly Mine Challenge this week. Good luck!

    Hugs, Natascha

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