On one of our extended trips to Rochester, MN, this past summer, I stopped in at the local Pier One to pass some time, and found this!
Although it isn't "Halloween", possibilities immediately jumped into my mind!
It is made of thick green tinted glass, is VERY heavy, and hollow. The base of the neck is open, allowing you to put whatever inside. . .
One idea remains predominant in my mind, involving that mirror paint that I found, but we'll see. .I tried to find another one here at home, but they are a smaller version of the chain, and didn't carry them. .
So now. . .what would YOU do if you had this glass head sitting on your studio table?
I am perpetually in my 30's, and live in a middle class Victorian home with my darling hubby & our kitty-cats. Our children are grown, and we have 5 grandchildren.
We are very slowly working on restoring our home, along with getting rid of turf grass, and establishing a wildlife garden, when the weather co-operates.
I love to go antiquing, with needlework shops, book stores & art & craft supply stores also being among my favorite haunts.
Baking,reading cozy mysteries & watching old movies are some of my favorite pasttimes, along with needlework and other crafting.
Autumn is my absolute, most favorite, but all too brief, season, and I love decorating for Halloween, using either vintage, or replicated vintage paper or paper mache decorations. I also love decorating for the Yuletide season too! What fun!!