Thursday, October 23, 2008

Fun Hallow' d Creations!

I found this wonderful cabinet at Antiques by the Bay in Alameda, CA. It was originally oriental, I pried off the Asian decorations, sanded it and made it my own :). Lucky for me, it now resides with a wonderful collector in South Hampton.

Found objects become treasures with a little elbow grease, paint and imagination!

These ghoulish Jack 'o Lanterns were created with paper mache, using a wonderful antique German chocolate mold. The trims were all made using vintage materials. You can find the plain cardboard cones at Michael's!

I made this little Halloween Cat
candy container out of paper mache using one of my antique chocloate molds.

Thank you for visiting my blog, have a
SpOoKaLiCioUs HalLowEen!

Monday, October 13, 2008

What a Wondrous Winter Fete it was!

Thank you Kimberlee and Melissa for including me in your beautiful show, a great time was had by all!

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Please Join Us!

My Bizarre Beastie, I call this painting "Unleashed".
He is from my 2007 collection and is available for adoption. He measures 16x20. If interested, please contact me for pricing.

Thank You!