Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Day 29 -31 Days and S&SJunkFunk Challenge

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Ack, my camera ran out of juice so will post pic of Halloween Wreath hanging in a bit.  The base of this wreath was Q-Tips, which is the October Junk Funk Challenge at the Smeared and Smudged Forum.  I was hoping they would show a bit more but oh well!

And my pic the face looks yellow, but is bright green.  Ahhh, gotta love altered colors!
Again, barely making it and will post more deets later this afternoon.  Thanks all.


 

16 comments:

  1. Whoa, what a cool project! Such a cool q-tip base. Really creepy colors.
    ~kim

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  2. Interesting piece. Love the colors and the images.

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  3. I have never seen this done before.
    I can imagine it in green.
    That "pede" creature at the bottom gives me chills.

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  4. Had to laugh! The start sort of looked like Jesus. UUUmm...nope! Soo creative. I couldn't figure out what to do with Q-tips besides clean out my ears. LOL FAbulous! xxD

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    1. I thought it looked like Santa!!!

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  5. LOL, wicked cool skellie skull, the second I saw Q-tips I knew what challenge this was for ;0)

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  6. Great start with the q-tips...then is becomes spectacular!!

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  7. Whoa Matney, crazy project you so make me want to buy qtips and do this! how on earth did you get the shape? because you are brilliant - that's how! love it!!!! x

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  8. love your qtips! That challenge has me so stumped and here you go and make a skull wreath! Love it!!

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  9. Wow! I would never in a million years have thought of using Q-Tips in this way! You are just soooo creative!

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  10. I so did not get this at first until I actually read your post wow what a concept reading a person's post and understanding. Absolutely love the finished product

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  11. Great project, love skull.

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  12. Super creepy, great project!

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  13. That is utterly brilliant !!!! :-D xxxxx

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  14. What a unique way to use Q-tips! I never would have thought to use such a beauty product for such a wreath! COolbeans!

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