So many things I never thought I would learn via crafting!  Segestria florentinaI am slowly learning the names of groups of animals…and now this spider…SEGEstria FLOREtina.

Really, I just wanted a black and green spider to think about while making this altered domino spider for 15 Days of Terror at DominoART.  This isn’t the creepiest spider ever, but that might have something to do with it not being in my house!

 

 

 


 

Details:

  1. Regular Size Domino:  Colored black with Sharpie.
  2. Side Wrap:  Mambi Halloween paper.
  3. Legs:  32 inches black quilling paper – quilled and pulled into straight cones.
  4. Eyes: 16 inches Mambi Halloween paper – quilled and pulled into curved cones; Silver quilling paper wound tight, and a light green flat back pearl embellishment.
  5. Body:  Flower Soft – Pale Green.
  6. Side Points:  Chartreuse glitter glue.

Submitted:

  1. Altered Eclectics
  2. Dream in Darkness
  3. Left of Center
  4. Recycle, RE-Purpose, RE-Invent
  5. Rhedd’s Creative Spirit

Goodies:


Craftisan Studios Brass Dog

 What's the Deal with the Dog?

 If this inspires you let me know!

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8 thoughts on “SegeFlore

  1. What a fun project! Cute too, but I would not want to come across the real spider, yikes! Thanks for sharing with us at LOC this week.

  2. This is creeptastic!! And we had a conversation on our challenge team about could flowersoft be made creepy/dark! You answered that question so well! I love this and smile when I see him! Thanks for playing with us at Dream in Darkness this month! ~Nanette, CT ~

  3. Scary spider, gorgeous combination of black and green. Love how you have managed to make flowersoft creepy, lol. Thank you for joining Dream in Darkness, good luck.

  4. You seem to be on a roll with your Domino’s…how creative is that! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Rhedd’s Creative Spirit this month. Good luck, Rupa DT.

  5. Yikes!! I wouldn’t want to find this in the bath! What a great make from a domino. Thank you for joining us at Altered Eclectics.

  6. Love this creepy critter! The quilled parts are so clever, makes me wanna try it out! Thanks for playing with us at Dream in Darkness!~kim

  7. How very cool, never would have guessed that the base was a domino. Thank you for sharing this fun piece in our May challenge over at Recycle, Re-Purpose & Re-Invent and look forward to seeing more of your lovely work.
    🙂 Chris / CS Designs

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