November, 2014

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Mixing the Right Blend!

Hey All,

Look who’s making a special order. This girl, yup that right me! I was starting to doubt I would ever get a request. I had extra ornaments Gesso ready to go when I reopened my Etsy account.  And that was way back in September. So after months of waiting I finally got one. I’m super exited!

If any of you remember my original Kirby from 2012, his back with a vengeance! Yes crafters his is my new work of art I am doing. I had to prep my colors to get that beautiful hue which my husband masterfully calls Pepto-Bismol pink. (Hummm… Crayola really needs to make that color)

After trial and error with Apple Barrel Diva Pink and Craft Smart light pink or Rose Clair. I like Rose Clair better it sounds fancy, I found that perfect blend.

Which you can see from the photo below this Kirby needs a few more coats to give it that strong yet huggable look.


I am on a deadline and nothing is wavering me from getting the job done right the first time.

A Gift for My Sister

Hello All,

Well I had hope to sell Mrs. Potts on Etsy but my sister loved her so much that I gave it to her for her birthday. How could I say no to my baby sister? Ah well I wish I could have taken better pictures but I was trying to hurry and wrap it up for her.

Snorlax Figurine Display on Wooden Plake

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Well after much thought I have officially put Snorlax on the market. If you want to pick up this one-of-a-kind hand-sculpted figurine of Snorlax it’s a perfect addition to any Pokemon lover’s collection! This is a display figurine, it is not an ornament to be hanged. He has been carefully hand painted with acrylic paint, and sealed with a glossy finish. Snorlax is mounted onto a 4 inch wooden base that has also been lightly glazed in wood stain varnish. He measures approximately 4 inches tall.

If you want to pick it up this up you can find it here:

How to Make a Construction Paper Mask

Hello All,

Well I am fully aware that I am super late on this mask tutorial. However you can still make this with or for your kids anytime. I find it to be a great rainy day project.

Check out the tutorial below: