Part of his skull sliced off, cut to the ribcage, a pelvic injury and multiple head wounds, hands tied behind his back then tossed into a pit.
The end for King Richard III... not quite. Archeologists have fairly recently found Richard's bones beneath a car park in Leicester, England. Those bones had been buried beneath the cold ground for some 500 years.
Now exhumed and subject to the light of day, the King's fate has been documented by the University of Leicester - read more HERE
|Photo courtesy of news.com.au|
It seems one of the wounds may have been inflicted by a SWORD!
Anyway, I shared all this gruesome goodness with you to share this with you as well. The Rick St. Dennis Design Team is having a bit of a show and tell over on the Sparkle And Glitter blog.
I decided to use one of Rick's fabulous skulls called TREASON for this project because it reminded me of King Richard III and his violent death.
Tim Holtz Ornate Plates, two wings, a few beads and a skull charm to create this necklace.
Rick has created a ton of very cool skull images for you to work with, just go to his Etsy shop, type in skulls and have fun! Rick St Dennis MFA on Etsy
|"Treason" image on white background|
|"Treason" image on a black background|
I'll be wearing this over my black robes at Halloweeeeen!
Don't forget to hop over and take a look at all the other cool projects done by the EDT on