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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

The eepy creepy begins....

I have been working hard at getting my workspace back into shape since acquiring the printers cabinet and revamping my room. I took a little time today and worked on a piece that will go along with my apothecary assemblage I am working on. A couple weeks back I purchased some doll heads at a estate/yard sale in my area. When I say some... I really mean around 100 but who counted. So you will see them cropping up in a few of my pieces in the near future. I had also some where along the way received this bubblegum machine.. not sure if it was a left over from my kids' younger years. NOt really sure where it game from.. could be one of those pieces that my family said "here I know you will do something with this..
A quick spray of some flat black paint.. took care of the red enamel look. I pulled the heads off their wire sticks and gave them a little pastie ghost look. The bigger trick was getting them laid out in the bubble. They wanted to lay with their faces in.. what fun is that.. enjoy

1 comment:

Kip Kozlowski said...

This is so hilarious--what an idea. Love it!