Sunday, 18 September 2016

O is for Osteo..........

Hello.  Welcome.  I have a mojo enabler.   Her name is Elin and this is all her fault.......  Ah, actually not entirely.  Elin suggested osteoporosis as the O word for my altered playing card for the Craft Barn Alpha/Dictionary challenge.  So I made my card and then looked in my dictionary and unfortunately osteoporosis wasn't listed!!   There was ossify.  Nah.  Oooh, osteopath.  Yeah, cos he is obviously very qualified......

Meet Mr Bones.  I made a brayered paint background and stamped with Kaiserkraft stamps in black archival.  I added washi tape and die cut Cheery Lynn Skeleton and Frankenstein.  I put Franks clothes on the skeleton and gave him a bone to play with.  The pile of bones were going to be the floor but I couldn't see his ankles clearly, and I do like a well turned out ankle, so they ended up at the top of the card.  He does amazing things with bones does Mr Bones........

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at 
The Craft Barn Alpha/Dictionary Challenge - O
Mixed Media World 18 - Magical/Fantasy 
Stamplorations Flash Diecut Linky Party
Fantasy Crafters Challenge 3 - AG 
HLS September - AG With Dies 


  1. How original and different. I like how you managed to match the word with the image. Very clever as a second choice for Osteopath/Osteoporosis.

  2. So funny...osteopath, skeleton! Great take on this challenge. Love the background too.

  3. Brilliant! Thanks for joining in the challenge and good luck in the draw xx

  4. You've started my day with a smile! A great altered card with a super background.

  5. This is such an artistic and eclectic project, I love the background you have created.Thanks so much for sharing your creation at
    Anything goes September link-up, Just keep on creating
    Susan xx

  6. OMG.. such a wonderful Halloween love love spooky...Thank you so much for playing with us at Happy Little Stampers - Anything goes with dies Challenge.


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