Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Day 15!!!!!

Hello and welcome!!!! Thanks for hanging in there and coming to see me each day! We are now half way through.
Today I have a tag for y'all. It's about 2in x 2in. I coffee dyed it. Then I turned my bombshell sugar skull stamp into the mad hatter for Halloween. Everyone deserves to dress up for Halloween. Him and the flower were made with splatter paper left over from a past project.
Teresa has something wonderful for your eyeballs to enjoy! Enjoy! Lisa

15 comments:

DonnaMundinger said...

Love it, Lisa! So fun and creative. Fabulous design. xxD

maureenjscott said...

Great tag Lisa! I love the hat on the sugar skull - great idea! mo x

DogsMom said...

You are so polite to let him dress up and have fun.
I like the use of splatter paper.

TangledBlueRose said...

Love the coffee dye color, so vintage and beautiful! The skull is so fun with its hat! awesome. ~kim

NanB said...

Love your tag! The stitching is such a nice touch! Great skull and costume:)

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Fun little tag.

Susan Renshaw said...

Super tag Lisa! Love the sugar skull, mesh and stitching!

Sarah Bales Strom said...

Great little tag! What is the significance of "13/11?"

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

What a freaky fab DOTD...I shall call it a squat tag LOL! Fun play of images!

Julia said...

Great tag, love the skull!

Rebecca pettit said...

A sugar skull in a costume how awesome. Thanks for the "perky" paper

Steph said...

Great tag, I love it's squatiness :) is that a word?

Sarah Nancarrow said...

Great skull stamp, and love the splatter effect on the flower :)

DogsMom said...

The “10/6” label on the hat of the character of the Mad Hatter in the writings of Lewis Carroll is a price that means “10 shillings and a sixpence.”
This meaning is explained in Chapter 10 ("The Mad Tea Party") of the book The Nursery Alice by Lewis Carroll.

Christine Kiehl said...

So funny the skelly mad hatter! Love how the coffee stain worked out for you!