How To: Craft Some DIY Skull Dishes
Whether the skull-and-crossbone motif atop these craftily stenciled plates make you question the poison-content of your meal, or just indicate some badass culinary work coming out of your kitchen, we just think these are plain cool. They’re stenciled with fabric or lace to create a geometric pattern, and then embedded with a toner image that’s sealed on.
And the best part – you can choose to use whatever image you can get into your computer and onto paper via a laser printer.
Skull Plates! from Mark Montano (He was on that TLC makeover show where they sent the spouse away for the weekend and totally redid the house. My sister used to watch it all the time. ‘Member that?)
via Rachel at Craft