As this is a hobby that I just do for fun, I am not taking any more custom orders in the near future. This allows me to have time to make whatever happens to pop into my brain whenever I feel like it and keeps it fun and creative, while allowing me lots of time to do things with my family. I may do so again some day, but I am taking a long break. I no longer have an Etsy shop and I'm focusing on selling at just a few small local conventions and other events. If you see so...mething you want on my facebook page and don't live locally, or wont be attending any of my events, do not fear! All hope is not lost!! I have been trying to post my currently available dolls in the photo album labeled available dolls, here on my page, so you can see what I have. My non-doll items aren't usually listed there, so just ask me if you see something else you are interested in. If you would like to order something just message me and I'll let you know if it's still available, quote a price and shipping cost and answer any questions you might have about the item. I still have a Paypal account that will allow me take Card or Paypal payments online, and I'll gladly ship within the USA. Thank you for supporting my hobby!
Any guesses on what this is? I don't normally do body styles like this so we'll see how this pattern comes out when I'm done. I got a lovely piece of junk mail today with this great big plain white envelope which was just perfect for making a pattern on. I always use junk mail or other recycled materials for my patterns.
this is the first bracelet I made with these several weeks ago. I hadn't posted it yet, as I wanted to make sure that the glue I was using would hold and the jump rings not let go etc. (I bought a bag of jump rings once that were so soft they would easily bend open at a moments notice!) I like to do a little product testing when I'm using new materials before I show it off to make sure it will work out the way I like!
We are excited to let you know about our vendor line-up this year!
Nate Lovett | Wendy Vogel | Squid Pro Quo | Rawr Dragon Creations | Galatune | Jennifer's Do...lls and Other Such Nonsense | Roselink | Maverick's Cards and Comics | Aaron Lindeman Art | Diagon Valley | Extra Life Dayton | Moonlight Mermaid Pearls | Usborne Books & More | Outer Rim Sabers | This Nerdy Home | Selphie's Stitches | No Limit Gaming | Bell, Book & Comic | Game Swap Kettering #gimmeallthegeekstuff #stockup
My boys fell in love with the sleepy dragon I made so I made another one. I'll have both of these dragons with me at Geekfest in a couple weeks. If they both sell it looks like I'll be making more for my boys! My boys were both happy to show off these twin dragons. We named them Draggle and Drazzle the Drowsy Dragons.
Tonight's project was rather monochromatic! Lots of folks wanted stands for my Pixel people at my last con. I also added a new character I'd not done before, inspired by a movie I just recently enjoyed. 😁
I'm learning to work with clay. I'm not fantastic yet, but I'll keep practicing! I've been having fun with it! I wanted to make critters with dice for the upcoming Witt con and the little doll at the bottom was just an experiment I wanted to try. She is inspired by my all time favorite super hero. You can't see it well in the photo, but the mermaids and unicorns have glitter all over! I happen to like glitter and girly things.
I just finished a new batch of hair bows. I made a few it my last event with some dangling charms that got bought up right away, so I've made a few more. I'm really enjoying making some of the girlier lacy ones along with some of the printed character fabrics.
Here is another experiment. Wittcon is coming up so I'm working on Some drawstring dice bags. I found dice bags to be kind of boring to make so I gave some of them faces! I like it that much better! I have not added the drawstrings yet in this picture but I wanted to see what everyone thinks of this.
I just finished up this guy while I was here at Animarithon. He is a hahakigami, which is abroom that has come to life after it became 100 years old. Thankfully these are nicer than many other Yokai. If you look out early on a fall morning you might just see one sweeping away at the leaves.