Halloween didn’t start out as an opportunity for sugar-bingeing and mischief.  Most of us over the age of twelve know this. All Hallows’ Eve, an occasion to remember dead saints and other virtuous folks, has long been associated with skulls.  I have always loved them as both symbolic device and appealingly symmetrical form.  Here are some skulls on vellum using paper and fabric remnants and Swarovski crystals. These are about 10” x 14” but I also make greeting cards with similar images. Each one is handmade and unique.  You can find them exclusively at Betsey Bunky Nini, that uptown hub of elegant womenswear.