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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Never Trust a Skinny Cook?

I have always heard that but as I could never cook anyway could not prove or disprove it!  But this little board kitchen is certainly suggesting it maybe true.  The stamps are from Rubber Bandit and the set is "Kitchen Scales Set".  The little people waiting to be added to the stew when the cook digests that whole crow sitting in her tummy or where it was at one time are from Silvercrow Creations.  The paints are by DecoArt: gesso, crackle paste, antiquing cream, red iron oxide, matte medium. The skelly's head that goes against all things scientific is mine drawn and colored with Prisma colored pencils.  The brain waiting for her zombie boyfriend (so easy no cooking required!) is polymer clay painted after baking to look zombiefied.  And no she is not picking her nose!  That is a piece of chocolate bar in her hand!  




So up to you whether to trust her or not....as for me no thanks.  And the knife in her hand is only for caring up the ravens and sometimes a fly...she is not violent not a violent bone in her body!

I would like to enter this at:

Altered Eclectics Anything Goes Mixed Media 


Eclectic Ellapu Purple Team Altered Art 

That Craft Place Anything Goes Mixed Media

5 comments:

  1. Fabulous Nan! Love all the awesome bits n pieces. Awesome Skele Lady!~kim

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  2. Love this Nan, cleverly thought out and designed...
    Thank you for joining in with our challenge over at Altered Eclectics...xx

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  3. Hi Nanette, Wow what a lot of fine details you have used to make your project!! It is gorgeous and I love it!! Thankyou for joining us at That Craft Place. Good Luck and hope to see you again in our new challenge what has started today.
    Hugs Amanda

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  4. That's so cute! I love every bit of it! (I said it once to the owner of a little cafe back home and the rest of the time we were there she called me Slim! I'm not slim by any stretch of the imagination! lol) Thanks for sharing it over at That Craft Place. Crafty hugs, Erin xx

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  5. Lots of great detail in this including the clay brain! Thank you for joining us at Altered Eclectics again.

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