Anatomy Skeleton Print III Originally drawn by Andreas Vesalius, an anatomist, physician and author of one of the most influential books on human anatomy, De Humani Corporis Fabrica, or, On The Fabric Of The Human Body.
Welcome to the Le Mysterieux Carnival blog hop. So glad you stopped by for a visit Do you have your silver ticket yet? No worries you can use mine A gypsy fire is on the hearth Sign of the carnival of mirth; Through the dun fields and from the glade Flash merry folk in masquerade, For this is Hallowe’en Photo courtesy of Pinterest Carnival mask I created just for this event. An altered Matchbox for a swap. Book of Spells How to be Boo-tiful What very witch needs in her wardrobe The Gypsy Fortune teller is ready to read the tea leaves. A Altered Altoid tin I made for a swap. Help yourself to this image of How to tell Fortunes with tea leaves. from my private collection. Written in 1941 Personal use only, not to be sold or used in collage sheets. A Ribbon Carnival doll is up for granbs as blog candy Also this darling Halloween/Fall ornament in its own metal tin. I have a few more Treats to Giveaway but those are a Mystery. Befitting for the Le mysterieux Carnival don't you think? Just leave a comment. Make sure I have a way to contact you. Drawing will be on Sat. Oct 13th. using the random # generator. Only one entry please. Your comments won't show up right away as I'll be out of town. but trust that they are there. Thanks for stopping by To visit all the wonderful blogs participating just click on the link to take you there. Le Mysterieux Carnival.blogspot.com/
Decorate your staircase with a spooky skeletal exhibit. Use clips to hang computer generated artwork from curtain rods, and spritz the prints with coffee to give them an aged and wrinkled appearance. Embellish your railing with a doily-and-coffee filter garland, accented with bows made with a wide black ribbon.