Haunted Design House and that means it is time for another challenge.
This fortnight we are lucky enough to have been sponsored by The Octopode Factory, If you have stopped by before you will probably have guessed I am a big fan of their designs, so many querky images from Alice in Wonderland And the Wizard Of Oz through to images of David Bowie and some awesome Skellies, and they are offering up a $15 voucher for their Etsy shop.
So back to our new challenge, we want to see your projects using skeletons.Head over to HDH to see what our brilliant DT have created for inspiration.
I have used the Valentine St Valentine image and made a tag.
The image has been printed onto some good craft card and coloured with Copic's, it was then fussy cut and given two coats of clear embossing powder.
The embellishment was made from a heart charm from the bead shop in brighton and a skull charm that was sent to me from a blog budie. Thank you ;) I have used pin flare to glue the bits together and a brad to attach it to the tag.
The back ground has been made using a technique I have learnt on the new Andy Skinner on line workshop Book Of Ruination, I really love the texture this new technique gives.
The letters are the Tim Holtz plastic alpha parts, I glued them down and used some Treasure Gold rub in Spanish Topaz.
The ribbon was stained with Distress stain and a little black soot distress ink was added to grunge it up.
Thank you so much for stopping by and of course we would love to see you stop on by and take part.
I would like to enter this into a couple of challenges.
Eclectic Ellapu are having a 'put a tag on it' basically make a tag or use a tag on your project.
Sentimental Sundays are having a 'tag your it + a sentiment challenge'
The Sunday Stamper, the talented Hels Sheridan is having a 'Paint' theme. my back ground has been done with acrylic paints.
Smudgy Antics are having a 'Tic Yac Toe' challenge, I have used the line with, ribbon,paint and cardboard. mt tag is cut from mount board.
Left Of Centre's theme is ribbon and twine or be left of centre. I generally always aim for left of centre although I did use ribbon.
Over at the Artistic Stamper their April theme is 'Texture'