Monday, October 17, 2011

CS Designs Bone-Ap-Art's Coffin

Bone-Ap-Art is a little white skeleton who has been hanging around my art room for about 20 years and I thought it was time to take him out of the drawer where he’s been languishing and give him a better place to rest his weary bones. With Halloween just around the corner, what could be more appreciate than his own stylish coffin guarded by his beloved Psychosis, and a prominent place on a shelf where everyone can stop by and visit him. You can see by his big grin that this has made him very happy.


The hauntingly beautiful square face on the lid of the coffin is named Psychosis and she is a Digital Stamp Design from my new Haunting Apparitions collection. The orange and black Halloween background on the top of the coffin is also new and from a series called Digital Engravings which will be reveled later today and a collection which I plan to add to throughout the year for every and all occasions.
Bone-Ap-Art and his Coffin is also showcased for this weeks Fortnight challenge at Art With No Boundaries.

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Bone-Ap-Art is also participating in the following challenges:
Forever Night: Black and Creepy Challenge 13 (Black Coffin) 
Through the Craft Room Door: Halloween / Orange
Craft Your Days Away:Halloween Colors
Fussy And Fancy: Halloween
Paper Crafting Journey: Color Black, white and orange
Alphabet Challenge: S for Soon to Be Halloween
Cupcake Inspirations: Color inspired black, orange, white and purple
Quirky Crafts Challenge: Something Spooky
Make It Monday: Anything Goes

Thank you for stopping by and looking at Bone-Ap-Art's Coffin
If you are interested in playing along in more Halloween challenges have a loot at
Art With No Boundaries Challenge Blog where you will find Halloween for the entire month

33 comments:

Sharon said...

Chris this little "coffin" is fantastic!!! A wonderful resting place for your skeleton LOL!!! The background looks amazing and I love Psychosis and how you've coloured her!!!

Melissa said...

WOW!! This is wonderful! I love it!

Crafty_Fairie said...

Wow that's really amazing thanks for sharing it with us at OSCC.

Kerry

Vicki Romaine said...

Chris, I really like your coffin.

Crafting Joanne said...

Amazing piece of work, fabulous and spooky.

Thank you for joining us over at CYDA for our Halloween Colours challenge.

Hugs

Joanne xx

Debbie said...

Love this! She sure does look devilish! Great image and design! Fabulous!

Danielle said...

Your work is gorgeous, Chris! I love the Psychosis image you chose to use, too. Thank you for joining us at TTCRD.

Kathleen B. Hernandez said...

Fantastic creation! Thanks for joining us at Paper Crafting Journey’s Colour Challenge!

Kathleen – Guest Designer
Blog: “Let’s Get Scrappy!”

Jenn Borjeson said...

LOVE the coffin - this is awesome!

Jacq said...

Hi there,
Oh this is Absolutely Fabulous!!! Love the image you've used, the dps, the colour scheme is gorgeous. Love the layout. Coloured perfectly. Thanks for joining us at Sparkles Forum and Good Luck. Hope to see you joining us again.
Hugs Jacqui xxx

KraftyKoolKat said...

Fab creation sweetie. Thank you for joining us at CYDA this time and good luck.

Hugs
Cathy
xxxx

Ellis said...

This coffin is great and cool the he got to live in it! =)
Hugs, Elenor

Zulma said...

Really spooky and beautiful card! nice colors and image.
TFS with us at Cupcake Inspirations.
Zulma DT

Salma said...

It`s wonderful, Thank you so for joining at MIM!

happyglitzygirl said...

Very artistic, love the colours. Thanks for playing with us at the Alphabet Challenges, blessings Hilde

Caro said...

What a superb coffin! Thanks so much for joining us at Quirky Crafts.

Loz said...

FANG-tastic project Chris.. Love the skeleton..Popped by from Make -it-Monday for a closer look..Loz

The Scrapbooking Queen said...

Fab Job on your project just love the image and of course all the details
thanks for visiting the Castle and playing along
with The Queen's Royal Digi Challenge
The Scrapbooking Queen

Rene said...

This is super spooky! Love Halloween projects!
Thank you so much for joining us at MIM! To win the prize from our sponsor, just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning!
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Vicki Romaine said...

I love your idea for the coffin. Thanks so much for joining in on my Halloween challenge at the Cheerful Stamp Pad.

Billie A said...

AWESOME I love the look this is really a cool idea and love it. Great colors also. I saw your card from Make it monday.. beautiful.

StephC said...

Very cool! Love the idea. Thanks for joining us at Drunken Stampers!

SandyC said...

this is really cool, love it. Thank you for joining us at dream valley

BarbaraW said...

This is too spooky coool! Thanks for sharing your art in the Cheerful Stamp Pad challenge.

Kellylouj said...

Oh wow how cool is this!! Thank you for joining in on the creativecard crew challenge.

Kelly x

biggi-al said...

It´s a great card, thanks for joining us at CUYL.

jackid said...

wow this is brilliant love it thanks for playing with us at PCJ with our colour challenge hope to see you again soon
Jacki xx

Sandy G said...

A beautiful piece of art love the spooky skeleton very frighting.

CTgirl said...

Chris, this is just so fabulous!

Mary J said...

Brilliant! Thx for linking it up to the Make It Monday party!

Mary J xxx

Becky Garrison said...

Wow, what a fun way to use a skeleton from your stash! Good job! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Alphabet Challenge Blog! Becky/DT

Forever Night said...

Thank you for taking part in Forever Night Challenge #13! Your project turned out Great!!

Cricut Chick said...

Oh wow! Very spooky:) Great Job! Thank you for playing along with the Queen's Royal Digi Challenge:)

Julie
Cricut Chick