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2014 Skulls on displayOk, they are not too spooky but they are under glass. The little skulls under the cloche were made from Makin’s Clay®, an air dry polymer clay. I made the silicone molds for these spooky heads and then put crystals in for the eyes. I LOVE Halloween!

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  1. Love that idea of the still-life under a cloche! How’d you get the smoothness and exact fit on that cloche? Do you plan to do more of those? I think you should!

    Bg xo

    • I got the tiny cloche at Michael’s … I may make a Christmas one. Right now I have a dozen irons in the fire and one real big project for Makin’s clay…if I can pull it off, it will be sweet!

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