Here is another Christmas ornament I made for our lovely little tree. He is a most dapper Dickens skeleton bearing gifts. I am most proud of his top hat. I drew it out by hand and played with it a lot before I got just the right amount of distressed imperial elegance to it. On the side of his hat band is a little holly ornament that I drew out and fussy cut. Oh and I dearly love his little crystal scarf tack. I was originally going to give him a cravat, but he ended up preferring a scarf. I only had white satin ribbon so I "dyed" it by coloring it in with a red copic marker. Oh and I made the boxes and top hat out of bristol board.
Supplies Used: Copic Marker Copic Sketch Markers, Cadmium Red -- Little plastic skeleton from Michael's -- SS8 Crystal Hot Fix Rhinestones 10 Gross (1440 stones/pkg) -- DMC 115 3-310 Pearl Cotton Thread, Black -- Strathmore Bristol Smooth 9 Inch X12 Inch Pad -- Ranger Ink Mini Glossy Accents .5 Oz. Bottle -- American Crafts 3/8-Inch Satin Ribbon, 9-Yard Spool, White -- Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue 1/2-Ounce, Christmas Red -- Martha Stewart 32082 2-Ounce Acrylic Satin Paint, Beetle Black -- Mod Podge CS11236 8-Ounce Paper, Matte Finish --
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