Thursday, 23 March 2017

Day of Dead Sugar Sculls blog hop with SinCity stamps

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome  to Sin City Day of Dead Sugar Sculls blog hop!

The premise of this blog hop is for you to meet our in house Inspiration team members along with a few guest members, discover more ways to create with these stamps and possibly win a set for yourself!
No matter where you have started, to qualify to win your own Day of Dead Sugar Sculls stamps set (we are giving away 3!!!) all we ask that you visit each of the blogs participating, leave a nice comment and then come back to Sin City Blog and let us know which blog projects you liked  the most and why.

The blog hop will end on the 27 th and 3 winners will be announced on Sin City blog and on our FB Fan  Group on March 28 th.
Here is a full list of blog participants:

  1. Main- Sin City Stamps
  2. Michelle Frae Cummings
  3. Katie Lamb
  4. Chris Pozzi
  5. Irit Shalom- You are HERE!
  6. Shilpa Nagaonkar
  7. Sharon Rogers
  8. Jenn Gary DuBell
  9. Monique van Dijk
  10. Adam
  11. Kim Johnny
  12. Granne
  13. Anne
For this blog hop, we are featuring stamps
 Designed by Michelle Frae Cummings!
This stamp set has a total of 4 skulls and 10 extra stamps for you to create with.

And now to my  blog hop projects:
The first is this Mixed Media chipboard printers tray that I made with a lot of background stamping using different Sin City stamps  and I used the Sugar Scull as a head of my chipboard skeleton.
I made this weird figure as his own kind of wonderful.
By this I mean that each and every person is a wonderful one. It doesn't matter if you are different. You are still your own kind of wonderful and believe me, the more you think that you are- the more of other people will take you as a such.

Here are some more photos of this project:

 And a close- up to the Sugar Scull that was stamped with blue pigmented ink, heat embossed with clear embossing powder and then colored with permanent markers.

The background stamping was also heat embossed and colored.

 And as I loved those Sculls a lot, I added another project: two clay magnets.
I really love those sculls keeping some boring notes on my fridge.

I made my own molds using ETI mold material and then casted two sculls into my homemade molds with Makin's Clay Black non baking polymer clay.
It took around 24 hours for clay to be dry and then I painted the casted sculls with Pearl Ex powders mixed with Gum Arabic (as these powders are not permanent without the add- on).
Two piece of magnets were glued on the back and I love those beauties a lot.
I really hope that you like them too!
So now it's a time to leave me a mice comment and to move to the next blog on the list.
Remember- you need to comment in all our blogs in order to win one of 3!! sets we give away!


Sharon said...

OMG I really LOVE this creation Irit!!! So much fun and so many elements to look at!! Love that you added the body to the stamped head LOL!!

Katie said...

These are awesome and love the magnets

jenndub71 said...

Great job! One of my favorite quotes too!

Unknown said...

The magnet skulls are awesome.

Unknown said...

And YOU dear Irit are "WONDERFUL". I am must sitting here - early this morning - chuckling out loud in DELIGHT. Your project is truly FABULOUS. Heheheheheheh - seriously AMAZING!!! So creative - so PERFECT. Thank you so much for making me day! Xj.

Zazz Creative said...

Fab project. Printer trays are another thing on my very long list of things to do.

Monique's art said...

awesome I love the skull on the skelleton, so fun. and the magnets look great

Susan Renshaw said...

Certainly 'some kind of beautiful'! Great project. Love the skull magnets too...

butterfly dream cards said...

LOve this idea.....wonderful project.
fiona xx

Arts by Sara said...

I love how you re-purposed that printer tray! And those magnets are just soooo adorable! You are very creative!!!

Squiddy said...

Great idea with the magnets

Chris said...

love your quote and projects! I never thought of stamping on clay

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

Irit, I love how you made 2 things with my stamps, the shadow box and magnets. Beautiful job!

ionabunny said...

Ok, that's pretty funny. Love the skull on the skele. Great sentiment. Hugz

buzyredhead said...

I love how you added a body to the skeleton head. I also like how the tray had a positive saying/message. My favorite things were the magnets you created from the stamps. Very creative!

kieleragnes said...

So Cute ....lovely ...Grat work Hugs Agnes

Lorre-Anne Archibald said...

Fab project and I love the magnets x

My Side of Oz said...

Great Irit! Love the shadow box! xx

Gavster15 said...

Love the use of the tray/box and the extra dimension it gives. Great job, Irit!

TangledBlueRose said...

WoW! I really love your beautiful whimsical skelly! Too awesome! Truly creative use of so many stamps! Then the clay magnets, wonderful! Thanks so much Irit!

Karen said...

Love those clay impressions. I must try this!

Senna said...

:) I really like the dark challenges with the bit creepy and interesting touch of dark dreams :) as well as the skulls-tamps :). The blog hop is a wonderful idea and the prize amazing :) - so I try my luck!

Your project has not only a great and wonderful message - it is also full of fabulous fantasy. The background is a beautiful detail flood in fascinating colors. The skull is amazing!

Hugs Senna

Sari / Granne said...

Aww, love that your skull has a body too, and totally love that sentiment, awesome thinking.

justliketink said...

Great ideas

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