Showing posts from October, 2009



Our Halloween Costume Contest...

was celebrated in our neighborhood last Sunday and my daughter chose her best friend to be a pair!

Not any Romeo & Juliette pair here, but as you see "Mr.Harry Potter & Miss. Hermoine Granger".

I don't know how she does it, but at 6 she has already convinced that nothing is better than the world of Harry Potter...which proves that parents really do influence!

I love this picture I managed to take...look at that magical glow at the tip of their wands...

They won 3rd place but, to me they were definately #1!!!


My VooDoo Doll is Too Big...

Yes, I guess it is too big, bit this little lady seems to have quite a bit of anger in her!

She is one of my witches I have been working on...No not ALL witches wear a pointy hat as you can see...Ha! ha! ha!.

She will soon be on sale in my etsy shop!

Go take a look : ALL my HALLOWEEN themed items are listed with FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE!

Witches Face WIP:

Hi Everyone...It's been a while!

I have been following Pattee's (Odd-Dolls) class on how to make a witches face!

She is a great teacher. I'm learning so much from her talent...not to mention that her explainations are very detailed an so accessible.

I HIGHLY recommend this class to everyone!!!

Thanks Pattee for sharing your talent with us~!

What I've been up to...

It's been a while...yeah! too long since I've gotten to my blog so I thought I would share some of the work I have been up to.
First of all, my little witch taking her pet bat for a stroll I made out of polymer clay ribbon, yarn and felt... currently for sale in my Etsy shop.
This lovely lady is a soft sculpture witch doll that I finally managed to finish between a cold and sinus infection...(on sale @

I was so lucky to be partnered with Kaerie Faerie for the MONSTER IN THE CLOSET art doll swap organized by the wonderful Zan from Wild at Heart Art. Here is the crazy old witch that catches snooping children and hangs them on a of my freaky nightmares...
Finally, my little cute witch made into a Cheater's Quilt that I was inspired to make from a tutorial by The Cart Before the Horse. I had made a Mummy one as well, but it sold in my shop before I actually got around to blogging about it.

I am currently working on a sculpted black cro…