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1  A Zombie Boy and His Dog in Halloween Costumes by Souperwoman on: April 11, 2011 02:18:50 PM
So when I was at the dollar store the other day, they had these generic Precious Moments figurines that were just BEGGING to be modified.  Let's just say I added a Halloween twist to him.  Here's what *I* made today!  Grin

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2  Man-Eating Monster Trinket Box in Halloween Decor and Parties by Souperwoman on: April 10, 2011 03:31:22 PM
Hi All!  This is my first post so hang in there Smiley  I usually start my Halloween planning in early spring and this year is no exception.  I wanted to share what I have been working on.

Here is my first completed 2011 project:  My man-eating Monster Trinket Box!  It's just a dollar store wooden box, a mache I made out of Translucent Liquid Sculpey, some paint, and some polymer clay for the teeth and tongue.  I'll probably be displaying it in my witch's kitchen area with a severed finger hanging out of it.    Grin

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