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On a related note, the Newton Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant in Brooklyn is offering a morning tour of its sludge processing facility (I’m not kidding!)
I forgot to put this fellow, all spiffy in his Valentine suit, in my Bat Valentine post:
Many folks who frequent this blog would probably appreciate the Tim Burton Valentine Card Set.
Boo Boo the Valentine Ghost just wants someone to love him.
And a couple of other sculpted creatures I found, without artist credit.
MERRY CHRISTMAS to those who celebrate it today! I probably should have done this earlier in the season when folks still had time to order cool holiday decorations and gifts, but…here’s a roundup of some of my favorite spooky crafts this year.
Some great gift tags by ThelronDogMercantile:
Classy skull snowflake ornament by OceannaInWonderland:
I’ve made skeleton gingerbread man ornaments, but this reindeer by Wickedjosixx is an ever better idea!
And here’s another bit of skeletal sweetness that I’ve often thought of making myself. Nutcrackers! By PeachyCheek:
Glowreahhh has these little cuties in a number of different colors:
Embroidered baby bib by MorningTempest:
Card variety pack by TrashBatRaven:
And a cute little card by GinerDead:
Have you ever seen the grim reaper looking so adorable and festive? Card by OnCupcakeMoon:
A cute Goreyesque design from PrinceandPauper:
And this piece from Haunted Nonsense would make a dynamite Christmas card!
Wonderful sculptures by SirCedricsGoodHeads:
Or if you prefer sculptures of the maritime persuasion, there is Lady Cthulhia by WoodedWoods
I hope you are all enjoying the holidays!
I’m a bit out of the bubblegum card loop (I think I stopped collecting after I amassed thousands of Garbage Pail Kids in the 80′s). Are there any modern cards as awesome as this Mars Attacks series from 1962?
But I encourage you to check out the original art by comic/pulp artist extraordinaire, Norm Saunders.
And thanks to Monster Brains for reminding me of these.