ART_Bone Paintings + New Art for Sale!

DSC_0963 I just finished this whimsical little bone series last night and I am so happy with how it turned out! When I found these small canvases, I was inspired to do some quick and fun little paintings on them and this is what I came up with.

These paintings are now available for individual sale on my Etsy shop so check that out if you are interested!

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Bone Heart

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Skeleton Legs

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Triple Skull

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Ribcage and Skull

I have also added another item to my shop--this ribcage deck that I wrote about a while back. It was on display for a competition for the past few months, but I am now selling it as well.

You can check out the listing on my shop here or check out this post to see more images of the deck.

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DIY_Skull Decor

As if I don't have enough skulls in my wardrobe already, I decided I need to add some as decoration in my new space. On top of a stack of books or displayed with some accessories, they look super chic in a bedroom or living area. These can typically get expensive such as the one shown here that runs at $50.

My DIY cost me just $1 (shout out to the Dollar Store!) and I'm obsessed.

I recommend using Rustoleum's metallic gold spray paint for the project. I conveniently had some laying around, and having tried almost every metallic gold spray paint that is sold at Home Depot in the past, I would say that this is the best quality.

I picked up the plastic skull at the Dollar Store in the Halloween decoration section, and just gave it a single coat of the paint and let it dry! Probably the cheapest and fastest DIY to ever exist...and the coolest too.