Monday, February 23, 2009

Skin, Bones, Skulls and Teeth

The top drawer belongs to Cindy Shepard of the Rowdy Grandma blog and also has an Etsy store Cyndali . Here is what she has to say about this drawer. "The first one is my bone drawer, seems I am not so weird after all everyone has a bone drawer these!! The other items in the drawer are some old, gooey fishing worms (they feel really slimy), and of course one of may favorite art mediums.....snake skins from my Boa, Diana. There are also a few loose teeth in the bottom of the drawer."

Once again, before you know it, you have a collection of something. Who knows where these items will end up....

The bottom 2 are mine. I got the teeth from grandparents and estate sales. Can you believe, estate sales? Most of the bottom ones were found on a railroad track. By the way, railroad tracks are a great source for bones.
Mixed media and altered art artists do collect and use some of the oddest things. Don't you agree?


  1. I do agree!!! That is some odd things! TEETH!!! Crazy!!! :)

  2. I'm okay with the teeth...but those pick gums are kind of worrisome!!!....geez...what the hell are you going to do with those???