Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Day 27 31 Days of Halloween~What's the Time, Mr Wolfie?

Welcome to Day 27 of the 31 Days of Halloween! This is an annual Smeared Ink event and we are so thrilled to be playing along as Wicked Bloggers. The Wicked Blogger challenge is to post a new creation each day during October that contains a stamped image, digi or rubber! Check out all the rules and prize details at Smeared Ink.

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CT Anne, what time is it???

SKELO'CLOCK!

Sizzix clock die cut mat board and mulberry paper 2 colours, and swapped them over for different-coloured centres, glued to the matboard.  Coloured the white cut sides of the matboard with blobby red pen, and green around the orange piece.  Skeletons were stamped on cardstock, washed with colour.  The brads let them move like the hands of a clock - which they are.  Time's running away with us, bringing us all closer to being only a skeleton.

What's the time, Mr Wolfie?

SCREEEMO'CLOCK!

 Guess I'd be screaming too with a sock monkey poking through my throat...
Bones: chicken bones long-boiled. But never enough for all the projects in mind.  Mix up equal parts of Amazing Mold Putty, press bones into it and wait for it to set around them.  Remove the real bones, and you have your own mold to make more bones with clay, paperclay - and orange, reddish, maybe greenish jelly, made with only half the water, makes for awesome dessert accents - not to mention i scream for boney ice cream Bwahahahahahaaa!

http://alphastamps.com/ for the skeletons
http://www.madratrubber.com/ for the screaming child
http://artistcellar.com/ eye stencil
http://www.moldputty.com/ for 2-part silicone molding material

13 comments:

  1. Muwahaha! Deliciously delightful clock loving that sock monkey too :) xx

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  2. OMG!! These are wicked cool! Gotta say that (ugly) screaming baby with the sock monkey in his throat makes me giggle. Am I weird? xxD

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  3. Love the clocks...and thanks for the bones ideas! May well try the jelly one!

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  4. There's no bones about it-the DT have done an exceptional job! Awesome sauce designs and ideas.

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  5. Bones ... our fav TV show at the moment and to make some of our own, thanks for the tip. Awesome pair of clock, I especially like the first one. Time is so running these days ...

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  6. It's FREAKTASTIC time that's for sure! Oooo, now why didn't I think of this brilliant idea to make molds from real bones....off to dig out my wish bone collection ;0)

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  7. Love the skeleton clock.
    Time does seem to run away - october has just about
    run away from us.
    Doubt I'll be making any bones but thanks for the recipe.

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  8. This is a spooky clock for sure! Love that screaming child image.

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  9. oh fabulous project..creepy skullieclock..awesome bone reconstruction...

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  10. Thanks everyone. Bone jelly coming up next Birthday... or should that be, Bird-day, Alfred?

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