Welcome to Kris Dickinson's "A Nostalgic Halloween"
Thank you for visiting A Nostalgic Halloween. I have loved this holiday since I was a small child. I love the decorations, costumes, trick-or-treating, parties and all the joys of this wonderful, fall holiday. I've created this blog to showcase my original art, decorations, favorite sites and information about Halloween (nothing too scary, though!) I also post Halloween Ephemera to share. I hope you enjoy a trip back through yesteryear....Happy Haunting!
Hello and thank you for visiting! My art specializes in collage, stamping and mixed media tactile art. I am a published artist, a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Past Owner: Vintage Photo Image Swap Group - Yahoo, Past Member, Marie Antoinette Mail Art Group - Ning and Member, Splitcoast Stampers (Parkerquilter). I love all things nostalgic, retro or vintage and have been creating collage' pieces since 2003. I have a degree from the Art Institute, Denver, CO in Advertising Design and I've been happily married for 22 years and we have a daughter and a funny little dog.
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Stampin' Up! 1988 - 2014 Luna Girl Dragonfly Design Studio Stamp Diva, 1999-2014 StampFrancisco ArtChix Studio C.M. Barker Stampington & Co. Stampin' D'Amour Collagevision Lost Coast Designs Moonlight Journey Whymsical Musings
Thank you for the image Kris! I am going to use this on a Halloween card!
That is so funny, do you think he has a sliver? I haven't had a chance to write and tell you how much I enjoy your blog. I love the finds you post and think your cards are wonderful. Thanks for sharing. Tammy
This is great; thanks so much!
Love this! I always wanted to know what my bones were up to while I would be rubbing my tired aching dogs! :)
What a great image! I don't think I've seen a skeleton posed in such an interesting position. Have to use this guy somewhere this year. Thanks for posting.
What a fun image! Thanks. :)
This appears to be a reference to the Hellenistic sculpture-type known as the "Spinario."
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