Friday, October 11, 2013

Day 11 Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween - Skullie Clothespin Book





I saw the idea for the clothespin book here. Check it out...there are so many different ways you could use this idea.

To prepare the clothespin, I first painted it white. I then applied some tacky glue to the area I wanted to add the Crayola Clay Magic. I let it set up briefly and then I rubber stamped into it with permanent ink and a clear stamp from Inkadinkado.

My message is from Smeared Ink. The sentiment and image are from the Death As Digital Stamp set.

I am entering this book in the following challenges:

Haunted Design House - #177 dimensional Halloween
Try it on Tuesday - texture
Addicted to Stamps & More (10) - #66 anything goes
Lady Anne's - #12 anything goes

♥ Wendy

21 comments:

  1. Awesome idea Wendy!! One of those things that look fun, but never got around to it. Love this and great use of the clay, image turned out great!

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  2. What a cool idea, Wendy! Love how your skellie turned out. xxD

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  3. I love seeing really new ideas. Thanks for sharing this.
    Can I invite you to link this up at a fun doll party? This qualifies as a doll and I would love for others to see your work.
    http://tabithalenox.blogspot.com/2013/09/announcing-haunted-halloween-doll.html

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    1. I made a notation and will link it up on the 12th! Thanks for the info.

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  4. Very clever way to use those clothespins! I like how the stamped skeleton turned out in the clay. Very cool. Thanks for playing in the dungeon with us at HDH!

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  5. Great project with the pegs and clay!!

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  6. Thats' cooll, a very different project with a lot of personality! Thanks for joining us this week at ATSM!

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  7. Wow! this is an excellent idea, I have a bag full of clothespins... this might be the next project! :) Love the stamped skelly too! mo x

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  8. Thanks for the great link. I had never seen a clothespin book before. Great job!

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  9. What a great use for a clothespin. Fantastic.

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  10. The peg doll is such a good idea. Thank you for sharing your super project with us at TioT's this time.
    Yvonne

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  11. so cool... great skeleton too!

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  12. I have never heard of a clothespin book! Awesome idea! Thanks for sharing at ATCAS. :)

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  13. Aha, I get it now! The sentiment wraps around the clothes pin skellie to create the book! Awesomely clever!!

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  14. How cool, I will have to give this a try! Thanks for sharing the info. Oh and I love the skellie you stamping into the clay.

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  15. Great halloween make - thanks for sharing it with us at TioT! x

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  16. What a neat idea, Wendy! I may have to give this a try too! Great job making something totally different!

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  17. I love this idea... you can use it for so many seasons, occasions!!! Yours is perfect for Halloween!!!! LOVE IT!

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  18. How cool is this? Love it! Thanks for playing along with us over at TIOT Texture challenge! I have a mixed media give away on my blog, if you are interested :) http://inthehillsofnorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2013/10/frosted-designs-mixed-media-kitand.html

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