Monday, February 28, 2011

BOOtique Update Sneak Peek!

The BOOtique will be updated tomorrow with lots of spooky new art!  Here is a little peek of what I will be offering.

Can you guess? 

Sunday, February 13, 2011

February Guest Artist on SpookyTime Jingles!

I am very excited to announce that I have the honor of being this month's surprise guest artist on SpookyTime Jingles!  There are so many wonderful artists there and the artwork is just amazing!  You can check out my guest artist page here and also check out all the other artist's awesome pieces available for purchase!  Here are some of the pieces that I am offering.

Crows Vs. Jack O'Lanterns Tic-Tac-Toe Game
The box opens up and is lined to safely store the game pieces.


1:12 Scale Miniature Singing Zombies
This singing duet would just love to entertain you!  Comes with everything you see here.

Black Cat Charm Bracelet with Coffin Box
Loaded with a variety of glass beads, charms and hand sculpted polymer clay cat beads.  Even comes with lined coffin box.

STJ is also having their 3rd Annual Easter Holiday Hootenanny, so now is a good time to add some pieces to your Easter/Spring decor! 


I am offering this "Alice in Wonderland" inspired trinket box.  It is a poly resin box that I repurposed.  There is a different hand painted scene on each side!  The March Hare has been hand sculpted from paper clay.

March Hare Trinket Box


Again, click here to go to the STJ site to see more pics and information on these pieces.  You can email me directly for availability.  Thank you so much for looking and Thank you STJ for this special honor!

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

The BOOtique Update for February!

I'm back and wanted to let you know that the Halloween Queens' Castle Bootique was just updated yesterday with some fantastic new art!  If you haven't already, click on over and check it out!  Here is the piece that I added!

It is a Rockin' Heart Pincushion Box!  I thought I would try something a little different this month since Valentine's is coming up.  I had found this skull and rose pattern material a while back and thought it would be perfect for this piece.  The box, of course, is made out of wood and already had some ugly fabric in it that looked like it was from an old couch.  I replaced it with the new fabric and hand painted the heart box to match!  I embellished three pins with beads and metal cross charms to go with it.


I continued the vines on the inside of the box which is the perfect size to store more pins, threads or other little sewing needs!


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