Tuesday, February 26, 2013

One for eBay, plus Two Commissions

The first two are some commisioned rabbits that I just finished and are on their way to Moscow. The next set of pictures are of little Daffodil, a tiny sleeping bunny.  She's only 4 inches long and is currently up for auction on eBay.

I'd like to take a moment to say that I won't be accepting any more requests for commissioned pieces for awhile.  I'll let you all know when I will be ready accept more.  I really love doing Easter and Spring themed pieces and want to devote my time to creating more little birdies and bunnies, etc.  I'm also working on more paintings  and prints and can't seem to find the time to get it all done.  Thank you for your understanding.  

One request that I recieved recently was for a little mousie in a clown costume (Koko).  The person who commissioned her did not accept her and she has yet to find a home.  I'm thinking that little Koko would make a wonderful mouse for the give-away.  I'm posting a poll to see if you think so, too.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

My Latest Works

Here's what I've been up to.  I started making these wet felted hollow eggs. They're really addictive. I've also been making some brooches as a special surprise for the give-away. I hope you all like them
The little duck and chick are up for auction tonight.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Koko & Spot, plus Little Ellie May

Pictured above are my two latest little ones on eBay.  I hope you all like them.
And the winner for this year's give away is a mouse! This is the 4th time a mouse has won in the 4 years that I had a give-away :-).

So just as in the previous three give-aways, when you make a comment in one of my posts from now until February 28, it counts as one vote.  Multiple comments per post count as one entry. Good luck to all of you and thank you for taking the time to read my posts and comment.  You all are super!

I took a close-up of Elly May's mat to show you all something new I learned how to do.  I used freezer paper that was printed on the slick side to stamp the design onto the felt.  it gave me a lot of ideas for more things I can do.

I also bought a new toy, a Print Gocco. It's kind of a table top silk screen machine that was popular in Japan in the 80's. I'm really excited about it.  So pretty soon, I may have some other things to show you.  I'm also making some brooches for my ETSY store.  I just finished an octopus and am working on an owl. I'll take pictures soon.