Saturday, October 17, 2015

Day 17!!!!

Hello and Welcome! How are y'all hanging in there???? I'm hoping for a nap today. At least that is my goal for the day. (After the parade and birthday party and other birthday party and trip out to the carnival in town)
Today is another tag. The background is a mix of orange spray/accidental background and black paint scrapped with a paint comb. The skull is from bombshell stamps, stamped into polymer clay. It is resting on a piece of dresden foil.
Teresa is just one click away! Enjoy! Lisa

14 comments:

valscraftings said...

Great tag, love the splash of colours!

Nan Bourdeu said...

stamped clay, awesome painty background...fantastic oh and that foil under the skull can't forget that! xx

Carol said...

Love the stamped clay skull - yummy -- great tag Have a lovely weekend x

DonnaMundinger said...

That accidental back ground is serendipity, for sure. Fabulous skull and so great on the dresden. LOVE it! Have a fun day. Don't quite see where you can fit in a nap, though. LOL xxD

Sari / Granne said...

Awesome image and love the strikes texture and strong colors.

Sarah Bales Strom said...

Love the background of your tag today!

Susan Renshaw said...

Great tag...love the scraped colours and background splashes! Fab clay work too!

Mary Holshouser said...

Love the tag.
The silver around the skull and the blue eyes are great.
thanks for sharing.

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

Wicked cool tag, love the ethnic tribal feel of this one!

Lyneen J said...

Love that combed black on the background to set off your skull!!! Great tag!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

Susan Salyer said...

creative tag I think I love all the details you put into making this guy pop. awesomeness.

Susan Salyer said...

creative tag I think I love all the details you put into making this guy pop. awesomeness.

Squiddy said...

oooh, them baby blues!

Rebecca pettit said...

No such thing as accidents in art just hidden jewels. Love the background darling. I definitely need to get into polymer clay