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October 31st, 2013
September 6th, 2013
Labor Day has come and gone, which means that I’m starting to see Halloween displays in stores. Fall is my favorite time of year and I love Halloween – so let’s prepare early, shall we?
A real zombie heart would probably be all blackened, gooey and putrid, but I created this one in fun but toxic cartoon colors.
It’s been featured in a Halloween Guts N’ Gore Etsy treasury – take a look.
Are you getting excited about Halloween already?
~ Allison ~
October 22nd, 2011
Hooray for Halloween nail polishes! The Fright Night lacquers are especially fun because they come in coffin-shaped bottles. The funny-shaped cap can make for tricky application, but I can easily let that slide for the cuteness factor.
And here’s what they look like on claws:
Voodoo is a bright red glitter in a red jelly base. This is two coats. It’s gritty on its own, so a topcoat is definitely needed. I used Seche Vite here.
Toxic is a dark green foil. It really shines in bright sunlight. Two coats.
Phantom is a very chic gray shimmer. Two coats but three would have been better as there was still some patchiness on my middle finger.
Poison is a blue/purple blurple metallic. Two coats.
~ Allison ~
October 19th, 2011
My Snow White Witch Skeleton Necklace is for all you fabulous gothic princesses, corpse brides, and snow queens out there!
It’s been featured in a new treasury, It’s a Skeletal Thing. This treasury is genius. If I could I would buy everything here! Click to see full.
October 8th, 2011
Halloween is fast approaching, and that means lot of spooky treasuries are appearing! I love love love this season. Here’s a treasury that features my Corpse Bride Barrette Set.
I made these in honor of all things Burtonesque. Cute barrettes made from pearly cadaver-skin blue are perfect for Halloween. I sculpted the bones from polymer clay and painstakingly added tiny black stitches which wrap around. I also brushed on silver and black accents for texture and depth.
And here’s the treasury: