Freaky Freebie Challenge at the Smeared and Smudged Forum lets you download a FREE digital image from Smeared Ink. This month featured a sweet little gal so named Killer Bo Peep.
I had an empty canning jar that I did not know what to do with. I have also been wanting to make a sugar scrub, but have yet to buy all ingredients. Went on to Google and found a facial "mask" recipe that I had all the ingredients for. How perfect is this to fit in my personal challenge to use a mask somewhere in my project!
For my project Bo is the head of a beauty line that only uses the freshest ingredients. Here is her Lambkin Honey Facial Mask:
Bo had to be altered somewhat, since in the original she is frowning. Now, the leader of a beauty line needs to friendly and smiling. So I used a fine tip Black Sharpie to adjust her mouth.
I also altered the bow in her hair to have polka dots and the staff bottom to a sharp point.
Markers and a gold marker, to color in images.
Saying by Bo's head is stamped with Basic Black ink. It is from a set called Teeny Tiny Wishes, from Stampin' Up! (SU!)
I used same sharpie to write in other sayings.
Stuffing from one of my kids pillow is glued to her hair and on jar.
The recipe I wrote on inside of Bo tag fits perfect into canning jar. I am going to try it out this week and see how long it lasts. Will post an update on how recipe does in a week.
I used some retired SU! chevron fabric for cover. Bows are Summer Starfruit Satin Stitched and Daffodil Delight Seam Binding Ribbon. Large grey ruffle is Basic Gray Two-Tone Ribbon (retired SU!).
I used a hat pin and hand made skull from Creepy Glowbugg.
Tag is stamped with Basic Gay ink, set Chalk Talk, and cut with Chalk Talk Framelit (SU!).
Facial Mask Recipe
2 Tbls Honey
1/2 Lemon (20 drops)
Mash bananas. Mix in honey. Mix in lemon.
Spread over face with fingers. Leave on for 5 - 10 minutes.
Wash off with cloth. Warm or cold water.