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Friday, October 16, 2015

31 days of Halloween day 16

It's that time again for Airless Chaimbers Crew to join in the creepiest bloghop of the year, the 31 days of Halloween. Organized by Smeared Ink. The AC crew will be using Rick's awesome Halloween digi and / or rubber collection. You can find the digi at his Etsy or Zibbet shop. Rubber only at I Brake For Stamps

Hi Mo here with a Halloween shrine,

and the skull stamp from the Morte set, now only available s digi here

The base is a tree slice, added paintable texture  crackle and painted it Orange Flame when dry. Made a wash of the Carbon black and rubbed it into the crackles and over the organge to make it look a bit aged.

All dies are Tim Holz, the pentagram is made using sticks put togehter using wire and painded Carbon Black.

The crackle backgound got skulls stamped on (rubber stamp designed by Rick St. dennis, no longer available in rubber only as digi stamp).

Next I added Triple Thick Gloss Glaze over the crackle layer to protect the paint and stamps. The Dies got painted and the Happy Halloween Sign got the Andy Skinner crackle stamp on it. Happy Halloween was stamped and has gold embossing powder on it.

next the dies got  a layerTriple thick gloss on them.




The plastic skellie was heated using my heatgun and bended into a sitting position  and got seated on the pentagram



A shrine needs a candle ofcourse, so I glued a plastic skellie hand to the wood (painted it black first) and put a battery operated candle on it ( real candle and plasic skellie is melt down I guess lol)



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15 comments:

Carol said...

Great shrine - love those layers and all the skellies x

DonnaMundinger said...

LOVE this faboolous shrine, Mo! Amazing details. Love everything about this. xxD

Sari / Granne said...

Amazing, so much scary details and shapes and textures, brilliant piece.

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

Wicked cool shrine, loving all the details and embellies!

Susan Salyer said...

ok Mo who made you mad hehehehe love the art...and you never let down for awesome!

valscraftings said...

Great detail and embellishments!

Nan Bourdeu said...

Nobody can make such a gorgeous shrine as you do, Mo! loving the wood slice, wooden pentagram, and that delicious skull stamp behind the sitting skelly...nice candle holder too :) xx

Susan Renshaw said...

Fabulous shrine! Love all the details!

Mary Holshouser said...

The skeletons feet are going to get hot. :-)
Love this project.
thanks for sharing.

Sarah Bales Strom said...

Love your shrine! Great texture and details.

Justliketink said...

Love the skeletons stamped onto the back piece ,how you bent the skeleton great idea! Love the whole thing....

Lyneen J said...

YIKES!!! This is one tortured skellie! Great background with the crackle... Amazing display that would look great on any mantle!!! thanks for sharing!

Tracy Welham said...

Wow, Wow, Wow amazing! Creative Blessings, Tracy x

gaylemontayostudio said...

Sooooo cute!

Tina henderson said...

So fabulously unique and spookylicious x

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