Saturday, October 23, 2021

A Grave Die Cut

I bought this skeleton die cut from the same woman at the flea market where I found yesterday's blogged items.  This die cut is make by Eureka and probably dates from the 1960's or '70's.

He appears to be returning from a night on the town and is retiring back to his grave where he was planted in what looks to be 1902.  Party on, dude.  Halloween is almost here.


  1. Judging by the stooped-over dance shuffle, that's hi-de-ho'er Cab Calloway, who has been decomposing quite nicely these past twenty-seven years.

  2. He's so cute and original-never seen him before. He is a little hurting in the tooth department though, having only 3 left.

  3. i agree, it's Cab Calloway -- still cutting a mean ol' rug in bone-form. Hoo-Dee-Hoo!

    1. True story: my son was terrified of the Hi De Ho man when he was about 4.


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