Wednesday, December 29, 2010

I Was One of the Lucky Winners...

of a wonderful giveaway that the Ebay Group PFATT had done earlier this month on their blog. 

I was very surprised and delighted to find out that I was the winner of this adorable lil Snow Folk created by the very talented Kaf Grimm with Olde Cape Primitives!  Kaf does such wonderful work!  As you can see this Snow Folk is just the cutest!  My daughter went nuts when she saw her and made sure that she was hung right on the very middle of the tree so she can be noticed by everybody that comes over! 

Thank You So Much Kaf!  She will be treasured for years to come!!
Photobucket



Monday, December 20, 2010

The New Celebrate365 Holiday Issue

The Celebrate365 Holiday Issue is coming out soon and I am happy to announce that my Christmas piece made it in!  The ornaments on the cover are just amazing!  I can't wait to get my copy to see the other wonderful pieces!  If you are interested in purchasing a copy, just click here


On page 24 you can see my not so Creepy Christmas Creation.  It is a Christmas Mouse Candy Dish.  I guess it could be a little creepy if you were terrified of adorable little mice! hee hee  I love how Connie Porcher included a page of fun and yummy looking pieces!  How clever!

Photobucket


UH OH!  It seems that this guy has helped himself to the Christmas candy!

Photobucket

The dish measures 16 1/2 inches tall and is polyresin and glass. The mouse has been handsculpted on top out of paperclay and painted. It is available now for $65 and even comes with the Brach's Peppermint Candy! If this is something your are interested in, you'ld better hurry!  With this mouse hanging around, the candy may not last long!!

Photobucket

Thanks for looking and HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Who is that in the red and white suit? Could that be...


Why it's Frankenclaus!!

Photobucket

Well, here he is!  My first 1:12 scale miniature doll finally finished and just in time for Christmas!  Hand sculpted out of polymer clay and painted.  His Santa suit has even been hand made.  Measures a monstrous 6 1/2 inches tall including the hat.  

Photobucket


Photobucket

He comes with a miniature gingerbread windmill that reminds him of his favorite movie Frankenstein.  It has also been made from polymer clay and is attached to a metal tray.  Table not included.

Photobucket

He also comes with a surprise miniature Christmas gift!!

He's listed now on Ebay! 
Click here to go to auction.

Thank you so much for looking! 
Happy Holidays!!

Monday, December 6, 2010

December BOOtique Update!

It is that time again for the Halloween Queen's Bootique Update!  Actually I am a few days late with the news!  So, if you are looking for some great gift ideas, pop on over and check out the unique and creative goodies that the Halloween Queens are offering!  This month I have decided to list some fun lil Hoot Owl ornies!
























The first one is done up with a green and decorative pumpkin ribbon collar.  It even has a matching beaded hanger with two little glass owl beads!  Click on the photo below to go directly to the listing for more information or to check on availibility.

Photobucket


The next one is for Christmas and, of course, has a green and red ribbon collar with matching beaded hanger! 

A new page has been added on the Bootique and is displaying some really fabulous Christmas creations!  Just click on the below photo to head on over to the new AHQU2 page!  Better hurry though, the pieces are going quickly!!

Photobucket


Thanks for visiting and I will be updating again soon with a couple of miniature pieces!  I am about finished with my first 1:12 scale doll and hope to list it real soon, especially since it is a Christmas one!

Monday, November 15, 2010

Creepy Updates for November!

Oh my, I just noticed that it has been over a month since I last posted.  Shame on me!!  I wanted to share some new Halloween ornaments that I recently have gotten from some very talented artists.  The first pic is part of my new Halloween tree that I had purchased this year.  I had been looking for a black one for awhile and this one seemed perfect when I saw it.  I found it at Kohl's in the Christmas section for only $20.00.  I had to remove the lights though, they were just white ones and looked like they were just slopped on the tree.  I replaced them with more neatly arranged orange ones, of course.  It stands 4 ft. tall so it's the perfect size for a table!
 



The first ornie that I would like to share was made by a Halloween Queen, Shirley with Skellyton Art!  It is a very cool witch skelly!  I just love the expression on it's face!!

Photobucket


The next one is a cute lil Scarecrow that was created by another great artist and Halloween Queen Wanda with Cypress Hollow Primitives.  I saw this one and knew I had to have it too!

Photobucket


I had also did a Tombstone Trade awhile back in Sept. hosted by Dani with Ambitions Design and I had the most amazing partner Kim with Kim Hardt Originals.  She made this wonderful tomstone that I just thought was fabulous and had to add it to my tree!

Photobucket

They all go great with the awesome ornaments that I have posted about already that were created by The Gourdqueen, HoHoHalloween, Peach Street, and Marie Patterson Studio

Now for what I have been up to.  I have currently been working on another Halloween game and a couple commissioned pieces that I hope to have done soon.  I have also been working on a couple of miniature pieces that I can't wait to get completed so I can show you!  I finally have started on my Harry Potter roombox that I hope to have some pics of soon too!  Can't wait for the movie by the way!!  I have not forgotten about the witch room, it is still on my work table.  It was shoved back because I was not happy with how the fireplace was coming along.  I will be getting back to that one too, I promise!  

I am a little late showing my update for the Halloween Queen's BOOtique this month.  I decided to do a Fall Harvest Trinket Box.  You can see more information on it here!

Photobucket


Photobucket




















So stay tuned there will be more pics to come!!

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Checkers Anyone?

I finally have my Halloween Checkerboard listed on Ebay! 

Jack O'Lanterns VS. Skulls! 

Photobucket

Board measures 16 x16 and around 4 inches high.  As I mentioned before I added wood balls for feet and covered with paper clay Jack O'Lanterns.  Clay vines and leaves wrap around the entire box. 

Photobucket

I added 2 knobs on the drawer and painted them opposite colors of orange and green for each player.  The pieces can be stored safely inside and also come with small cloth bags.  On the back side of the checker pieces are hand painted crowns so they can be used for Kings!

Photobucket

I really had a fun time with this project!  If you would like to check out the auction click HERE!
Thank you for looking!!

Monday, October 4, 2010

The BOOtique October Update!

The Halloween Queens BOOtique has just been updated with some spooktacular new art and just in time for Halloween!!  Here are my listings for this month:

5 inch Who Do Voodoo Bottle hand sculpted out of paper clay over a polyresin knob with glass, wood, metal and clay charms and beads.





And also a Sitting Man Eating Plant that sits 7.5 inches tall from bottom of pot to top of head.  Created from paper mache, paper clay and polymer clay. 

Photobucket

Friday, October 1, 2010

My Husband's Spooky Tree Bottle

Wanted to share with you a very cool project that my husband, Darren, has been working on for some time now and recently finished. 



It's a spooky tree that he hand sculpted out of paper clay over a glass bottle.  He even sculpted an owl on top of a cork that fits right in the bottle to look like the owl is perched in the tree!  I thought it came out wonderfully creepy!  I always enjoy it when he is able to sit down with me and do art!  I think he does awesome work!!

Photobucket


Photobucket


Photobucket

It is listed now on Etsy if you would like to go check it out.  Just click on my Etsy listings in the sidebar!
Thanks for looking!!

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Yay! Celebrate 365 Fall Issue is out!

The 2010 Fall Issue of Celebrate 365 is out and I am so excited to say that I have a few pieces in it!! It is packed with awesome art from so many wonderful artists!  As you can see there is a wicked cool piece done by Scott Smith from Rucus Studio on the cover! 

You can see my “Drink Me” Cat Bottle and Frankenkitty displayed on page 14 with so many other fun pieces!!

Photobucket
















My Vintage Style Cat Ornie is even displayed in the Halloween Artist advertisement that is also in this issue!

Photobucket

If you have not ordered your copy yet here is the link!  You most certainly won't be disappointed!  I can't put it down!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

"Wicked" Witch Boot!

Wanted to share with you a really cool Halloween decoration that my sister made!  It is a vintage style witch boot made out of paper mache! 



Tiffany with All Things Crafty had recently done a Halloween swap with another artist and made one of these awesome witch boots!  Well, it ended up being a big hit and we have been begging her to make more ever since!  She was finally able to complete a couple to sell and has this one available now on ebay for only a 5 day listing!  I just love how this one turned out!!  I think the style of boot she did is just fantastic!  You can view the Ebay listing here.  I am excited to see what else she comes up with!!

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Giveaways, Giveaways, and more Giveaways!!

Wow, I know where there are some fantastic giveaways going on right now that you just have to check out!


The Halloween Queens are having a month long giveaway! 31 prizes in 31 days!! Click on the banner to go to their blog for official rules! Drawing starts October 1st for every day until the 31st where there will be a grand prize! I donated a Jack O’Lantern charm bracelet that will be given away on the 23rd!



Another group, Because We Believe Art, is having a giveaway with some more really fabulous prizes! Again just click on the banner to fly on over to the BWBA blog for info! I have also added the banners over on the right sidebar.

Photobucket


I also wanted to mention about a really wonderful miniature artist that is really close to getting 100 followers then she will be having a giveaway! Lorraine with DFly Creations makes the most coolest miniatures! She has a hand made mini witch cabinet filled with potions and stuff in her etsy shop that I so want and I just love her magic wands! They are so detailed and even come with a tiny box to hold them in! I am definitely getting some when I start on my Harry Potter themed mini room box! Speaking of which, I was fortunate to do a swap with her and received some amazing Harry Potter Daily Prophet newspapers and the coolest candles that I have ever seen that even have little labels on them!!

Photobucket


















So, you really need to go on over and check out her blog DFly Creations and become a follower! I can’t wait to see what she will offer for her giveaway! I’m sure it will be fabulous!!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Creepy Updates for September!

Hey all!  Thought I would post on a few things that are happening!

First of all the Halloween Queens just updated the BOOtique September 1st!  If you have not stopped by yet, you really need to go over and check out all the fabulous new items that are available for purchase!  Here is what I offered  and I am very excited to say that it has already sold!


It's an Owl Picture Frame Ornie!  I hand sculpted and carved it out of paper clay and added a little frame for a body then made the feet and branch from paper clay. 

Photobucket
Also the Hallowee Queens are having a Skeleton theme month on Ebay for September!  If you click on the banner on the right it should take you right to the AHQU Ebay listings.


 
Next, the Halloween Artist website has just been revamped and has some very exciting new things on it!  There is now a Collector's Corner by Robert Brawley and an Ask the Artist section by Brenda Labell.  There is even a Magical Market Place where Halloween Artists can list pieces that they have available for sale.  I have a Vintage Style Cat Ornie available there now!

Photobucket


I have also finally added some items for sale in my Etsy shop, if you have not noticed.  I opened the shop ages ago and am just now trying it out!  I really like it!  There is so much great stuff on Etsy!!

Finally, I wanted to share a sneak peak of a Halloween checkerboard that I have been working on for some time now and I finally almost have it complete!  I added some wood balls to the board  for feet and covered them with paper clay pumpkins. All I need to do now is paint the checker pieces and it will be ready for Halloween!  Here are a few wip pics:

                                                    Photobucket
Photobucket

Thank you so much for stopping by!  Check back later and I will have the finished pic of the checkerboard and more fun pieces to share!!

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Creepy Family Portrait!

Meet the new members of the Man Eating Plant family!  Aren't they precious?!  It was almost impossible to get them all to pose at once, but I was able to snap a quick pic before they all ran off to terrorize the neighborhood!haha


A few have already sold!  If you would also like to adopt one of these little fellas just contact me for availability and pricing.  They would go perfect on a table, displayed with other plants, or even in your Halloween decorations! 

Thanks so much for looking!

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Halloween Queens BOOtique August Update!

Hi again, hope everyone is well!  Just wanted to let you all know that the Halloween Queens BOOtique has been updated for the month of August and there are some really awesome Halloween goodies available there!  Here is the piece that I am offering this month.

Yes, another one of my decorative Jack O'Lantern trinket boxes!  This one is a little bigger than the last one I did.  It measures 7.5 inches tall and 7 inches wide.  I hand sculpted, out of paper clay, the Jack O'Lantern on top and also added 4 small ones around the bottom part of the box.  I thought this one turned out really cool looking, I really like the black and orange checker pattern! 

Photobucket

This will probably be the last trinket box that I will be doing for a little while.  I have some other projects that I am going to be working on.  I really need to get back to my Miniature Witch Shadow Box and I have also started a really fun Halloween Checker Game that I can't wait to get done!! 

Thanks for looking!!  I'll be back later to post some more Creepy Creations!

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Halloween Queens August Giveaway!

It's time to go on over and get signed up for the Halloween Queens August Giveaway!  Drawing will be August 1st along with the Castle Bootique Update!  Don't miss out!!

Photobucket

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Check Out the Halloween Queens Bootique Update!

The Bootique has just been updated again with more Halloween goodies!  Click here to go check it out!  I am listing this decorative Halloween trinket box!

Measures 6.5 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide.  Hand sculpted Jack O'Lantern on top then painted and antiqued for an aged look.  Perfect for storing your little Halloween treasures!

Photobucket

Monday, June 28, 2010

Looky What I Won!

Wanted to show and tell a very cool prize that I won!  It was made by the wonderful and very talented Gourdqueen!  I'm sure you have seen her work before, she truly has a unique one of a kind style!  She comes up with the most coolest ideas using gourds!  She had  recently made an Apple Tree Birdhouse that I just thought was amazing!!  If you have not seen her blog, you really should go check it out!

Here is Gourdie's pumpkin ornie that I was lucky enough to win!! 


I just love it!  His face is just too cool!  Thank you so much Gourdie!!  He is wonderful!

Photobucket

Also Gourdie was so thoughtful in sending my daughter these very cool sunglasses along with the ornament!  Kaylie loves them and has been having a blast putting them on our dog Marley!  I really can't say if Marley is enjoying it as much though!haha

Photobucket

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails