Little Larry voodoo doll and voodoo kitty in polymer clay.
Voodoo Doll made from polymer. I think this guy is super cute, just like the boy he went home with.
I have been working on and off on this fairy house for a couple weeks now. I may be finished.
The fairy in yellow was a princess garden spike, I took the rod out and added a dollar tree butterfly that I clipped the antenna off of. The sprites and the pink dragon on the bed I made from polymer clay. The table is and bed are from wood scraps, fabric remnants, and thread spools. The shelves are painted popsicle sticks and they are filled with bottles made from beads and most of the rest of that junk I salvaged from my craft supplies.
I have been hearing a lot lately about adult coloring pages. Some people feel that coloring helps with depression and anxiety. Others just enjoy coloring for no reason at all. If you would like to print and color this page feel free to do so. If you are so inclined, I would love to see the finished product. Also if you have a subject request I will do my best to oblige, time permitting. You can email me at email@example.com.
This is a sketch I’m working on. I adore, truly adore, sugar skulls. It’s a little elementary and I’m still working on it, but she is definitely speaking to me.
This was my very first fairy garden. It’s made in an old fluted feed pan I salvaged from the junk yard.
This little fairy garden is full of odds and ends stuffed into the crisper drawer of an antique ice box.
This is favorite dragon right now. I love his face! He is sculpted from glow in the dark polymer clay and has black beads for eyes.
The Storyteller has so many tales of adventure, of fair maidens and ferocious dragons, of gentle knights, and carefree sprites, however will his apprentice remember them all.
Quirky little glow in the dark sprite. I like his little pink hat. He is perfectly content inside this glass apothecary jar that I had left after a “Willy Wonka” themed party.