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October 20, 2015


Donna Mundinger

EEEK! What a fab Dia de los Muertos project! A skellie in a bottle. Too stinkin' CUTE! LOVE! xxD


Amazing project! Thank you for sharing!

barbara macaskill

Awesome! I have heard of letting the cat out of the bag but never of letting the skeleton out of the jar! LOL Mr. Skelly is styling and looks like he will be the life (or death as it may be) of the party! TS!

Linda Gund Agers

Very cute. Great instructions.


What a great project, I love it. I think I am gonna make this one. Thanks for sharing.

Shari Arbogast

Wow.. Truly amazing.


AWESOME - such a lot of work but awesome result xx

Leigh S-B

What a faBOOlous and totally wicked cool altered jar! Love it!

Mary Holshouser

this is wonderful.
Love it with the light behind it.
Haven't tried putting anything in a bottle or jar but I'm going to have to get busy and see what happens.
thanks for sharing

Sarah Bales Strom

Wonderful project! Love the Day of the Dead theme, and thanks for the tutorial!

Susan Renshaw

Gorgeous! Loved scrolling through the method too...

Viki B

This is so cute! I love these stamps. I just got the Skeleton Style stamp set and have been playing with different looks for him.


STUNNING Dia de los Muertos jar... I LOVE IT... great techniques that can be used on other projects... love the colors and the how you used your images inside and out of the jar!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

susan salyer

This is a beautiful project. I want the stamps you used..definitely on my christmas list. awesome and beautiful..love the skully

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