Day of the dead stones

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Crafts, Nature, Travel

Found some great little porous stones here on Île de Ré which have intriguing little pock holes. They made me think of skulls and the urge to day of the dead them became unstoppable… This is today’s crop, more to come!!!
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Karuski is the nom de pencil for me, Katherine Mengardon - I am a fan of all things 1960s, CAKES, obscure indie pop bands, children illustrations, bad puns and cats. Any spare time goes towards baking mad cakes, drawing families and catified musicians. Find me here too: http://www.pinterest.com/katmendo https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/karuskicolours https://www.facebook.com/Pateachoux https://www.facebook.com/KaruskisLittleShopOfColours www.karuski.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Day of the dead stones”

    • Good point! The bigger ones are about half a hand and the small ones a couple of knuckles, in skelton terms… 😉 will do for next batch, coming right up! Thanks for kind words…

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