Sunday, October 14, 2012

Silver Skull Crypt--Done!

Good Afternoon Everybody!

This afternoon I wanted to share Part 1 of my last Halloween project for the year...The Silver Skull Crypt.  An Inspiration Emporium -  Inspiration Team Challenge for October...A Spooktacular Halloween Decoration.

What a fun week I've had biking, eating, site-seeing, being with great friends, eating, eating some more, walking, and my favorite thing....crafting!  Can't live without crafting and I had a total blast coming up with The Silver Skull Crypt while walking on a pier in Hilton Head Island!  Go Figure!  LOL!

So, enough of me gabbing...I've got to take one last walk down by the beach so I can get back and finish up the inside of the crypt.  The inside is pretty cool....At least I think.....

The Silver Skull Crypt....







Supplies Used Can Be Found At Inspiration Emporium:

Medium Weight Chipboard
Black Cardstock
Plastic Skull  (craft store)

Hope you think it's spooky!  Come Back Later to See the Inside!

Thanks for looking and go take a second and visit Inspiration Emporium's Huge Selection of Craft Goodness!

Jim
The Gentleman Crafter


34 comments:

  1. Out of the park! Just blown away with how truely fab this piece of art is.

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  2. What a fun piece! I love it!!!

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  3. Oh Gentleman Crafter - EVERYTHING you do is just out of this world, no good enough adjectives to describe your superior works of WOW!!
    If I could have the tiniest minuscule of your talent.......
    I follow all that you do/invent!! (not in a stalker way, bit tricky from UK, lol)
    Thank you :))

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  4. Fantastic! I can't match this at all ... I'll give up now :)
    Pinned!

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  5. Fantastic crypt, so much wonderful texture and dimension. A truly inspiring piece. Tracy x

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  6. Fab! Mmmm - I wonder what's inside?! I'll be back to check it out. In the meantime, have fun!

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  7. It's absolutely FABULOUS, Jim! Can't wait to see the inside! You did that all at the kitchen table? LOL!
    btw: still playing along with your favorite things!

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  8. Awesome, awesome, awesome crypt. You are do talented. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Fabulous!!
    Can't wait to see the inside...

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  10. You are just amazing...and this piece is spectacular!

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  11. Awesome! Knew it would be, from the teaser! Love the way you did the texture!

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  12. Hey Jim, that is soooo cool, it is spooky, creepy, and very Halloweeny!! Took the class with Dylusional Dy on Wednesday and everyone was missing you. You really made an impression. Have a great day! Jan

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  13. Spooktacular! Love it Jim! Oh, can hardly wait to see what's inside. Glad you are having a wonderful time.

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  14. Looks like SKULL-DUGERY to me...LOL!! So what's inside...let us in on the Secret of the Crypt!!! Love how you've put it all together...super project...so what else is new!?!?!? LOL!!!

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  15. so cool what you made. you are inspire me a lot so bougt metal foil and pumkins and this week i can make my own metal halloween art.

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  16. Can't wait to see the inside, Love it!!

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  17. Awesome! Love the diecuts you used under the metal sheets. total inspiration.

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  18. OMG! This is fantastic. Cannot wait to see what's inside. Jim, you ROCK!

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  19. Ok, I really don't like halloweeny spooky stuff,but OMG the crypt is amazing. I'm going to have to come back and see what's going on inside

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  20. Very well done, my lad! Indeed!

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  21. So amazing ( haven't found another word yet ... sorry) ! I've said it before I'll say it again ... you blow me away with your creativity !

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  22. Awesome!! It's a spooky chest for sure... maybe on old pirate's chest!

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  23. i love it Jim you would not think it was just tape and paper it looks old sckool halloween Gothic which is so right steam punk has its place but at times like this it should be hammer house of horror all the way and you have done that with real style big love marc

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  24. Such craftsmanship! It looks like it is made from metal...awesome! Love how the red "seeps" through...creepy! In a good way....

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  25. You are truly a gifted man. Love this.

    kdnkdd

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  26. You have no idea what a Halloween nut I am and this just blew me away!!!! I am in awe. One of these years when I grow up...Oh yeah, I guess I already did that...anyway, when I get brave enough I am going to try something like this. I love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  27. Truly spooktacular!! Wonderfully inspirational!!
    Love your sunset photos, thanks for sharing!

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  28. Fabulous project...blowing all of us away!

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  29. Hello there, I truly thank you for submit this! I will focus on your own internet websites substance often. Mover

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