Sell Your Soul: Amazon Handmade

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If you are an Amazon Junkie (like myself), then I have some great news for you! I have been approved by Amazon to sell my creepy creations on their site as a part of Amazon Handmade.

Bookmark my artisan page and check back as I continue to add more products:
https://www.amazon.com/handmade/Artwork-By-Living-Dead-Girl-Nicole

You can also click the “I Sell on Amazon Handmade” Widget to the right —>

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Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole

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Freaky Fanatics: 10 Month Old Mia

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If you recall, back in November I made Mummy and Me Dead Girl Decay barrettes as a baby shower gift for my cousin’s girlfriend and their soon to be baby girl Mia. Here is a photo to refresh the old memory…

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Well I bring this up because today I was tagged on Instagram in the most adorable photos of Mia. She finally has hair and therefore was able to wear her Sugar Skull barrette for her 10 month photos. How perfect that it’s during my favorite month and time of year. And a purple jack o lantern as a photo prop. How freaking adorable!

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See Mia along with all the other happy customers in the Freaky Fanatic slideshow of my website! Also don’t forget to contact me to submit your photos to be featured as well!

Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole

Dead Girl Decay: Eyeball Flesh Barrettes

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Just added 2 more Dead Girl Massacre Decay barrettes to my Etsy shop!

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See more of my past Dead Girl Massacre Decay creations here!

Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole

New Undead Creations Available!

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If you didn’t make it to the show on Saturday or you were at the show but didn’t have enough money on you… you’re in luck. I have a few undead zombified items leftover and they are now available to purchase online from my Etsy shop. This includes #2 in my zombie doll series, a plague skull zombie masquerade mask (complete with arm bone for stick) and a zombie hand jewelry holder! All one of a kind items so get them while you can!

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Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole

Remains: Scary Sparkly Ornaments!

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Getting ready for Christmas but still can’t let go of Halloween. I got you covered! New for 2016….these limited edition ornaments are perfect at adding scare and sparkle to your holidays. Nightmare before or during Christmas these Santa Claws Skeleton Hand Ornaments each have a glittery ornament base surrounded by flower petals and a sparkly fun accent.

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RED: This ornament is inspired by the color of candy canes. It has frost bitten (more like a touch of silver glitter) skeleton hands, red and white flower petals and a sparkly upcycled metal poinsetta brooch piece in the front.

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GREEN: This ornament is inspired by the traditional colors of Christmas. It has frost bitten (more like a touch of silver glitter) skeleton hands, red and green flower petals and a sparkly upcycled vintage rhinestone brooch piece in the front.

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GOLD: This ornament is inspired by those who like a non traditional colored Christmas tree. It has frost bitten (more like a touch of silver glitter) skeleton hands, purple and gold flower petals and a sparkly upcycled vintage rhinestone brooch piece in the front.

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SILVER: This ornament is inspired by Jack Skellington from Nightmare Before Christmas. It has frost bitten (more like a touch of silver glitter) skeleton hands, black and white flower petals and a sparkly black bat on the top.

Buy one or collect them all! Now available in the Remains section of my Etsy Shop!

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Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole

Skinned: Howdy Folks! It’s Halloween 2016

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So this is my last post of the night. I told you the weekend was eventful ha ha. The best for last of course is Halloween day! Not only our favorite holiday but also our wedding anniversary. So of course we took the day off of work to celebrate.

Started off the day by heading over to my brother’s house and adding our decorations to his already awesome yard. This of course included Frankenhearse 🙂 which he wanted to be parked right in the middle of all the action.

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You can kindof see Elsa there in the driver seat of Frankenhearse. She made her debut yesterday and was a big hit. Her main man Frankenstein was chillin in the back like he usually does. This time complete with strobe lights and smoke machines.

After getting the yard ready we headed back home so I could get myself ready. I had a wig to style and a whole face of makeup to do on myself. Goal = Lady Captain Spaulding! I had planned out this costume before all the stupid fear of clown crap started this year and I was not about to back out because people are idiots . Not only cause when I want to do something I do it, but because I love Sid and have always wanted to do this costume as a fun tribute to him. This was the year ….and I was not backing out.

I have to admit (pats self on back) that it came out exactly how I wanted it to. I also had a blast taking selfies in my best Sid expression to show people how the makeup came out…….

I had some added special items in my costume which included my Top Secret Clown Business button and Hot Dog Asshole shirt from Sid. It really made the costume complete as if Spaulding himself helped put it together and was with me rockin’ it!

As soon as we got back to my brother’s house I had to take a photo with Frankenhearse while showing off my entire costume. Frank came up with a great idea to take the photo next to my website decal that is on the back window. Genius!

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After our Halloween wedding in 2009, we donated our gothic wedding arch to my brother’s Halloween stash. He always does a cool cemetery scene and I knew it would make for an awesome gate. With living in a town home we don’t have much for a yard to decorate or a lot of storage space and I wanted it to go somewhere special. Since giving it to my brother we started a tradition. Every year Frank and I stand under or in front of it and my brother snaps a photo of us. This is our 7 year wedding arch photo…………

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As you can see Frank dressed up as well and his goal was to find a bizarre scary mask and bust out the chainsaw to scare everyone. He got one for my brother too. A lot of people made reference to the pig faces reminding them of the new season of American Horror Story. Frank wasn’t even going for that when he bought them but loved the added fact that it made people freak out even more ha ha.

As it got darker out the yard looked even more amazing. Between the lights in the yard, the smoke machines, the lights in and out of Frankenhearse etc. cars were constantly stopping by to see everything.

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Last but not least this is a photo that ended up happening because my brother had fried chicken in his fridge and we could not resist it ha ha.

We call it “EAT MORE CHICKEN!” ha ha ha ha

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I hope everyone else had a fun and memorable Halloween! See more of my makeup art on the Skinned page of my website!

Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole

Remains: Homicidal Maniac With A Touch of Stardust

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Saturday we had a few people over for our annual pumpkin carving tradition. Thanks to Zombie Pumpkins for always making each year a success and giving us and our guests so many awesome stencils to choose from.

If you have followed my blog for many years or have checked out the Remains page of my site, you know that from time to time if a stencil I want to do is not available then I create my own. I have done Baby Firefly from House of 1000 Corpses, Lily Munster (before there was one) and even Pee Wee Herman. However, this year as soon as I saw the Christina Ricci/Wednesday Addams stencil (on the Zombie Pumpkins site) I instantly wanted to do it. Frank felt the exact same way when he saw “The Bow” (as Henry Rollins calls him) as Ziggy Stardust.

The entire time as I was carving I kept saying quotes from the movie. Such as “I’m a homicidal maniac. They look just like everyone else” ha ha.

Here was the end results of how our pumpkins turned out…

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And here is a shot of the whole group’s pumpkins together….

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Did you carve pumpkins this year? What did you carve?

Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole