Monday, December 27, 2010

BIG, HUGE SnipPet SALE in my Etsy shop!

I am having a sale this week, so head on over to my shop for some real SnipPet steals :)! Quite a few cuties are marked down 50%!!!! It's time to clear out and make some room for new creations.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Presenting the last SnipPets for 2010!

A pair of Tweedle elves! Tweedledee and Tweedledum decided to come up out of the rabbit hole and head to the North Pole to help Santa this year. They are grumbling a little about all the work but they are thoroughly enjoying the adundance of cookies and milk.

So, this wraps up SnipPet art for 2010! I am off to wrap gifts to get shipped out tomorrow and then the REALLY fun part of Christmas can baking!! Stay tuned for festive photos of the holiday decor around my house and lots furry felines among the decorations.

Happy Holidays to you!

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Little Red Bird for the STJ update tonight!

Here is my one offering for the Spookytime Jingles update tonight! One lone little red bird. She is ushering in Christmas in her own quiet way. I sculpted her with paperclay, wood and wire and attached to 4 vintage wooden blocks. She is about 6" tall.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Pfatt Marketplace update tonight!

Two more sugarplum ornaments will be dancing onto the Pfatt website for the December 10th update! I can't wait to see everyone's holiday treasures this month. I may be doing some shopping myself! I am in the midst of decorating the house and am having a little itch to buy some new Christmas art.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Paulina and Poppy Penguin

This a super quickie post! I gotta go decorate our tree...finally!!!!

Paulina and Poppy just landed in my Etsy shop. Happy Wednesday to all! Hope you are warm and cozy like this little penguin pair.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Etsy shop update with visions of sugarplums!

Happy Holidays everyone! I just finished 5 sugarplum ornaments (3 are now in my Etsy shop and 2 others will be available for the Pfatt update) and 3 wee little critters on vintage wooden blocks. I was so excited to finally come up with a use for the big box of vintage tin jello molds that I have had for years. They make perfect skirts for these animal confections! I also have a box of crepe paper that is on its way to being vintage so I sewed strips of it by hand into little fluffy ruffles for their skirts. These sugarplums are definitely ready to dance and delight on a lovely Christmas tree!

I wanted these wee ones to look like tiny antique stuffed animals propped up on wooden blocks.