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EEK! A Skull on a Mixed Media background

Halloween is 11 days away! I wanted to share a decorative canvas I did for the occasion.
 
The back ground is layers of inks, black archival ink stamped with various stamps.
 
On top of the goodness is a skull fussy cut from an Altered Paper collage sheet.
The sentiment was also from the collage sheet.
 I distressed all around the image with antique photo & attached a brad in one of the eye sockets. Popped it up with dimensionals. Below the chin I layered a couple of skeleton leaves, a button, flowers and another brad.
 
 


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