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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Day 18 of 31 Days of Halloween - 'The Halloween Parade' by Sandra and Yohan!

 Hello Dominoians!
It's the 18th Day of Halloween today and boy are you guys in for a real treat!

Sandra is back to scare you with her absolutely spooktacular dominoes - they're all dressed up in Halloween costumes!  Sandra is a reader of the DominoART Blog and one of my fellow team mates on the Third Coast Creative Coterie design team!

Sandra created the skeleton, the zombie dog, the ghost and the black critter.  Her youngest son, Yohan who is 11 years old, created the angel-demon!  What a wonderful creepy collection of critters!
So sit back and enjoy their Halloween Parade of Critters!

The zombie-dog
Sandra glued 2 hollowed dominoes for the head and a third for the body.  The tongue, ears and tail are made of cardstock.  The eyes are two half-beads she colored with a red Promarker.   She added four long beads for the legs.  The dominoes were colored with alcohol inks.

The skeleton
She stamped a skull (from la compagnie des elfes) on a dice with Black StazOn ink.
Lost Coast skeleton rubber stamps were used to stamp the torso, arms and feet.  This little cutie even got it's own Trick or Treat bag made from scrap kraft paper and a piece of string which she decorated with a Jack O' lantern stamp (source unknown).

The ghost
Sandra punched a large circle out of a piece of white paper and made two 'eye' holes in one side and then draped the domino in it.  Two of the domino pips form the eyes for this adorable ghost.  The feet are two punched oak leaves.

The black Critter
Sandra wanted to create a hairy critter for this one.  So she partialy covered the domino with black fun flock.  Then she glued on stamped eyes which is a partial stamp from VivaLasVegas stamps.  The arms are twisted wire and the tentacles and the teeth are made from cardstock.  The feet are two punched oak leaves.

Yohan's little angel-demon
He first inked a domino with red alcohol inks. Then he added the mouth, feet, eyes which are made from cardstock.  He then double-punched a circle of golden cardstock for the halo and attached it with thin wire.

WOW!  That was an amazing parade!

Stay tuned for Day 19 to see what Charlotte F has cooked up in her cauldron for you!

Domino Hugs!



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Domino Hugs!
Leigh S~B

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