There are no ordinary skellies, so how about giving your extraordinary-someone-special a skelly for Valentine's Day? I've made some super sweet paperclay pendants, hand painted and sealed them, and added an 18" chain. Each is $35 plus shipping (except the little heart shaped one on the bottom right, she is atached to a metal charm that I hand painted/sealed, and is $25). Email me if you are interested, they are first-come, and I only have these six (scroll down for close up pictures)!
I also have a limited number of heart shaped skelly rosette pins/magnets (that's Lee Lee hanging out with them, aren't they cute?!?); each is just $25 plus shipping, and first-come!
*Pendants and rosettes are made of paperclay (air-drying clay), and although thoroughly sealed with 2-3 layers of satin medium, are not waterproof*
I'm so excited to announce that my first 21 fabric desigins are available for purchase in my Spoonflower shop! Some designs are available as wallpaper and gift wrap, too! Below is a selection; what would you make with some skelly fabric? Tell me in the comments!
Typically in January every store has a white sale: clean palette, clean lines, clean start. I'm not a fan of white, I'm a fan of color! But for those of you who love white, there are a few options for you as well! Enjoy!
1. sugar skull lunchbox via Plasticland 2. gorgeous mosaic skull by Hector H. Hernandez via Behance 3. super fun top hat mugs (all white! but they come in black as well) by Outawak via Etsy 4. floral porcelain skull by Julie Moon via Art Star Boutique 5. must-have kitty (they have puppies!) plates via Sourpuss 6. DIY crochet hand warmers on the Crochet With Raymond blog (with pattern link). So, are you going to check out the mugs first? How about that kitty plate? It might be time for a new lunchbox….tell me in the comments!
I've made a new Etsy treasury to go with the new month and new year! I love all these unique & quirky wares! You can click on any of the items to go directly to their listing, or see the treasury full size here. Which caught your eye first? Tell me in the comments!