Thursday, 11 September 2008

girly skull

Happy thursday everyone! yay the weekend is almost here! it is the 7th anniversary of 9/11 and although i dont live in the US I still want to acknowledge all the people who gave their lives to save others. This event influences people all around the world. on to a happier subject... my pretty cute little mini book i am still working on! when i showed it to my mom she was like "Woooo pretty flowers! ...oh there is a skull." she doesnt get the awsomeness of the Tim Holtz kind of skull. i love it and i wish there was a whole pack of just grungeboard skulls! i also am loving the cute little hinges! they are so great and i love using them on mini books! just awesome!
i love the crackle paint. it is really very wonderful! for this hinge i got the brown swirls to show through the crackle paint. First i covered the whole hinge in choclate chip ink. then after i painted it the colour began to "bleed" through. You can see most of the swirls.

Supply list:
  • ink- choc. chip (SU), tea dye distress ink
  • Paper- math grid paper (nothing fancy here! lol)
  • Stamps- a bunch of differnt tiny words all SU but i dont know the exact sets
  • other- grungeboard hinges and skull, prima flower, dollar store flower, button, SU brads, antique linnen crackle paint, SU spiral punch, brown mylar sticky stuff (used for tabs), cerial box (hehe)


Anonymous said...

I love the skull! And the hinges, very unique Heather!He he. Its really cool. Wish I just had ideas like that pop into my head!

Anonymous said...

very...modern and antique at the same time...i like it. haha your stuff always has so much to look at, like theres so many little details to see. haha very entertaining :P

Lisa Silver said...

Gorgeous! I just adore grungeboard and the skull is my favorite! The crackle paint gave it such a fantastic effect!