Finished just in time for granddaughter Iris's ninth birthday party yesterday, this Halloween skeleton "prim" was made from a pattern by Donna Veal of Moonchilds Primitives.
He was easy to make, but involved some new techniques for me. It was a whirlwind project, as I only settled on making this for Iris three days ago, and really didn't think I would get him finished in time. Just went for it!
Skully is about 18 inches tall (probably more, if we include his hat)... made from muslin, painted with acrylics and "aged" with sandpaper and a coffee/cinnamon/cocoa powder stain. His "friends" include a snake, a mouse (looking warily up at the snake) and a spider.
I'm starting another of Donna's fun Halloween prims today... this time, for OUR house. :)