Monday, July 12, 2010

Busy summer....

Finishing up some new work to sell at the Artistic Affair Vendor Soirée... I had these guys drying on a rack outside after applying sealant (and before the" antiquing" stage) and I thought they looked sort of happy hanging out together so I snapped a quick pic...


Okay so the little green witch doesn't look so happy, but then again she never is!!!

And here's one all finished, a bit of Christmas in July :-)
This one makes me crave sweets... hmmmmmm.....

Tomorrow is Spookytime Jingles 2 year annivesary! Head over to say hello!
I hope you all have the chance to relax and breathe a bit during this beautiful summer season!

12 comments:

Karin said...

So beyond adorable Jenny!! Love the snowman and santa with the tree. Can't wait to see you in a few day! K

Anonymous said...

Love the snowman with the tree on top!! elma elma2179@yahoo.com

Rebecca said...

Sooo cute! I smile everytime I get out my clip on pink santa ornaments. :) Oh and my poor fairy still has a broken foot! My life got crazy and I forgot to send her to the hospital lol.

Angela said...

I think they all are so whimsical and cute! I've been wondering how to work with paper clay are there any books out there you can recommend?

Charlene said...

Hey sweet Jenny! Hope you got home safe & sound. I LOVED your class & all the wonderful times we had at Les Sirenes. And what a blast we had together at the Flea Market & the time with Michelle in old town Orange. My little Pixie Mermaid broke her stick in transit on American Airlines flying back to Texas but, I am sure I can fix her. And now, I'm really glad I did'nt put those wings on for they would have been smashed for sure! Let's keep in touch. HUGS!
CHarlene

The Polka Dot Pixie said...

Hi Angela! There aren't many books out about Paper Clay, but there are several polymer clay craft books that teach sculpting basics and can be adapted to use with polymer. I love all the ones that Maureen Carlson writes.

Angela said...

I love these! I would like to know where I can learn how to make a paper mache snowman - do you have any materials you can recommend that gives instructions and what's needed? Your work is inspiring. thanks!

Angela said...

Jenny I just saw your reply on here - thanks! I also noticed I commented 2xs - oops! I'll ck out those polymer clay books. :)

julie Haymaker thompson said...

Hi sweets can I link you next week when I am the guest curator on Cresendoh? Hugs Julie
juliehaymaker@me.com

kayellen said...

Loved taking your class!!What a treat and you are such a talented lady!!

Hope you are having a fab Fall!

Finally linked up your blog correctly to share my mermaid creation~~thanks to you!!

Hugs,
Kay Ellen

Shelly said...

Love your fun, colorful, sweet art!!!

nancy said...

I soooo adore your work...and have absolutely, thoroughly enjoyed browsing your blog!!!! I also sent your blog link to my crafty cousin I was so enthralled :)