Sunday, February 27, 2011

Great New Etsy Treasury

Great treasury about Couples, Friendship, Love and a few bones. On Etsy

Monday, February 21, 2011

New Dolls on Merry Whatever

I just put up some dolls for sale on the Merry Whatever Blog and a free pattern. If you would like the free e pattern follow the link to Merry Whatever and follow the directions on there to get it.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Lady Artisan

Eva Buchala is a fantastic artist who pays alot of attention to detail and history. Read all about her on the Wymzee Art Blog.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

New monthly challenge art doll

Just finished my new ooak ADO monthly challenge art doll. I named them "Alter Ego". We were challenged to make a mask and doll... anything goes. This is mine...The doll is 13 inches tall and has a hand drawn face, fiber hair that I cut in a Bob style. She wears vintage deep purple velvet fabric dress with a slit up the front so her leg would show. The fabric is from a dress belonging to my mom. The mask is sculpted out of air dry clay. Both were hand made without the use of a sewing machine (that's the primitive part of me coming out)and I did not use a pattern. She is available for sale on my Etsy shop.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Printable Alice in Wonderland Valentine Cards

Found some fun cards to download and print out. Love Alice in Wonderland and while your there check around because there are tons more.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Knot by Gran'ma

Here's a sneak peek at something our Gran'ma's probably would knot of crocheted in their day! Check out more of these wonderful creations on the Wymzee Art Blog they are Knot by Gran'ma!

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Primitive handmade Rabbit art doll

This primitively handmade art doll is only 5 inches tall with 2 1/2 inch long ears. He was made from coffee stained, painted and stiffened muslin. His eyes were hand drawn and his face was water colored. He also has embroidery thread whiskers and a little white tooth.
Max is on his way home from the store with his little coffee stained muslin shopping bag filled with his favorite carrots and a loaf of french bread. His little sleeveless jacket is made from homespun fabric of dark blue and white checks. His tail is made from strips of coffee stained and painted muslin. He'd make a cute shelf sitter (not taking up much room) for any rabbit lover. He is now available in my Etsy shop.
“It takes a lot of courage to show your dreams to someone else.”

Erma Bombeck

In memory of Sheryl

In memory of Sheryl
and those who died on 9/11

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