Wednesday, December 11, 2013

from favorite toy, to ornament

 I had a gal contact me about doing a custom sculpt Christmas ornament for her little boy who has a favorite toy. It was a bit elaborate and of course there are always things I would do differently as with every project. But I think it turned out acceptable and I think the baby will recognize it! :)
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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

New babies

I had a request to make some larger babies for christmas ornaments. I created some Christmas ones as well. I love how they all turned out. little cuties. 
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Monday, October 14, 2013

2013 sculpted Nativity

 Before beard, and after haha
 mary line up, they look like they are singing!
 ready to bake!
 2013 Nativities on etsy $25.00 
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chocolate and icecream scoops

 mint chocolate chip beads
 cookies and cream beads
 chocolate, chocolate chip
 chocolate swirl
 waffle bowls
 strawberry swirl
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Sunday, October 6, 2013

New fun stuff :)

 We hare huge fans of OM NOM at our house, the kids love him so I sculpted some. One is a bead that will go on a "candy" necklace, one wsa for a friend i added some fake candy with it in a box for her to play with and the other was just for us. he has glow eyes and teeth haha.
 little worms with glow eyes
 teeny tiny teddy
 sometimes the wierdness in me takes over :)
 hooray for babies!
 Baby mermaid
 itsy bitsy baby in sleeper

Thursday, August 29, 2013

new baby

 This is my new baby sculpt. need blushed and a pacifier still. Isn't is so little and sweet?
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tiny micro mini shells!

I have been so excited to share these with you all! I traveled 5 hours to a lake I knew had them, then had to gather sand in areas I knew they were concentrated with these shells. Most people probably never look close enough to see that they are not tiny rocks they are micro mini, tiny beautiful shells! I had to sift through the more fine sand, the go through the tiny rocks of sand to pull out the shells, took many many hours. Some of the shells are the same size as some of the grains of sand! So tiny that I can BARELY photo them using my macro setting. If you want some they are for sale in my shop head on over there!

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