Thursday, 18 October 2012

It didn't stay plain for long!

First I painted my toenails to match the cast...


Then I added a couple of rub ons to the ankle. I always did fancy a tattoo!


After that I started experimenting with acrylic paint:


The Family have all signed it now too, though it's quite a subtle effect, since they used a black Sharpie - but I quite like that the signatures and messages are almost secret ;)

21 comments:

Cheri said...

well that's one way to get a tattoo! Although I like the bright happy acrylic paint daisies.

Missus Wookie said...

Oh cool paint effect - hmm stencils and mists next? ;)

Louise said...

you'll be a work of art by the time that plaster comes off - nice to have some sparkle tho x

Angela said...

and will you be adding rhinestone studs down the front?

or maybe a fringe or pompoms?

this is such a creative approach to plasterwork!!

Nicole K/GothamGal said...

This needs a TARDIS. Badly.
LOL.
Love what you've done with it--you're so creative!

scrappyjacky said...

Very cool tattoo!!

Ruth said...

Why am I not surprised?

Mary B said...

Brilliant Mel and of course you had to personalise it in a good Scrapbookers fashion perfect.

Tammy said...

Looks so much nicer now. :)

Ginger said...

Love it Mel!! You will stand out beautifully :)

Karen said...

you are just soooooo creative.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Rub ons!!! LOL! What a great idea.
Rinda

Amy said...

Cool!

Mariangeles M said...

It looks great!! :)

K said...

Very cool Mel, very cool :)

Karen said...

Awesome idea, Mel! It looks great.

Fiona@staring at the sea said...

Love it! Especially those cute little daisies :o)

Kirsty.a said...

Very classy!!

Melissa said...

Love it - never miss an opportunity for a little craftiness!

Jo said...

I love what you've done with the paint and your 'tattoos' look great :)

Gail said...

It's looking quite stylish!