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flaming skull

October 16, 2010

As the autumn air brings a chill and the daylight grows shorter, all that we fear, emerges from the dark corners. Demons, ghosts and the undead lurk among us.

This is a larger skull than my King of the Dead skull. Almost human-sized. I decorated it with flames as if to show it rising from the ashes. Because the Day of the Dead is about celebrating our passed loved ones. They live on in our memories. And they watch over us in spirit.

For Halloween, enter my store to see ghoulish items for sale!

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crafts: dog head

September 16, 2010

Inspired by my dog, a Shiba Inu, I created this dog head out of paper mache with a cartoonish style. Doesn’t she look happy?

king of the dead

September 7, 2010

I made a paper mache skull in celebration of Day of the Dead.  I know it’s still Summer, and it’s a bit too early to think about the holiday. But I’m not only one… Everywhere I look – in cards shops, grocery stores, malls, etc., there are Halloween goods for sale, already.  Now that’s scary.

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