I worked hard this weekend to bring you 9 new, one of a kind items for purchase in my Etsy or Amazon shops. These are portrait necklaces handmade by yours cruelly…..
Each portrait was printed on plastic, hardened and then coated in resin to preserve the image. I wanted them to be unisex so I attached them each to ball chains. Since these are handmade, there is currently only 1 necklace of each piece available so get one while they last!
And stay tuned! More necklaces of my other portraits to come soon! So if there is a specific portrait you would like to see as a necklace that is not available yet, please comment on this blog with your feedback!
I received some really awesome photos from one of my customers yesterday. Sabrina purchased one of my “Sweet Dreams” Robert Englund/Freddy Krueger portrait prints as a gift for her friend Jen. Her friend then met Robert and had him sign it.
The look on her face is exactly the way I felt the day I gave the original portrait to Robert. I love the fact that she chose to have him sign my work over all the millions of Freddy photos out there. I know first hand that when it comes to meeting your horror icons you think really hard about what you want them to sign. So I am truly honored to know I was a part of an experience she will look back on for years to come. And thank you Sabrina for being engaged with my portrait and finding it to be the perfect gift for your friend.
And thank you Robert for filling our nightmares with sweet, sweet memorable moments like these!
Living Dead Girl Nicole gifting her Sweet Dreams split face portrait to Robert Englund 8/2011
See more of my happy customer photos on the Freaky Fanatics page of my official portfolio website! Want to see more of me gifting my portraits to celeb crushes. Then visit my Spitting Image page as well!
Prints are available in my Etsy shop for making memorable moments like this happen for you and your friends! Art and handmade gifts hold much more meaning then those manufactured out of the country by the billions. Give someone something unique and support the arts!
So my work was like “ugly Christmas sweater day” and my response is “remember kids, Santa Freddy loves you!”