Sin City stamps Sugar Skull Floral Flourish and Praying kneeling skeleton
flower flourish from the Day of the dead sugar Skull sheet
Die Artfull Dwellings, but these shapes are also easy to handcut
Paints in blue, quinacridone gold , red, dark grey, yellow iron oxide.
Antiquing cream in white (or white paint)
Chipboard (I used the back of a paperpad)
Black waterproof stamp ink
Unmounted rubber stamp about the same size as the kneeling skeleton stamp
Brush the edges with the ink pad to create a distressed look.
Praying kneeling skeleton are both facing the middel pannel, so we have to do a little trick to make one of the skellies face the other way using the same stamp.
Take an unmounted rubber stamp , here the Sugar Skull Floral Flourish that 's on the middle pannel is used, lay it on the work surface face down.
Ink up the Praying kneeling skeleton and make an impression on the back side of the unmounted Skull stamp.
Take the left pannel of the triptych and press it (white side down) onto the impression you just made on the back of the skull stamp. See picture below
Sugar Skull Floral Flourish on the middle panel, and add the flower flourish stamp on the top of each panel.
When varnish is dry add iron oxide yellow paint thinned with water to the edges
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