Diana Tour is coming to town!

I hope to see you at the upcoming tour. If you want to see this little guy in all its glory, come to the show! More details here.

Baking and random ornaments

Hi friends. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I suppose it has. I really do wish I had a better way of uploading pictures. I do really enjoy taking them, but putting them up is such a chore! Let’s go over a few things I’ve recently done. I guess it must be the holiday season or something because oh boy I’ve been making ornaments like no other! I’m a big fan of the blanket stitching stuff or outward seams, so less talking and more pictures! Oh yeah, and that scarf was this custom scarf that someone ordered. She wanted a ferret face, body and upper legs, owl eyes and feet, turtle shell, narwhal fins and tail! *whew* That was definitely a challenge, but I love accepting challenges and interesting things to do.

Bazaar Bizarre

The day has finally come! Here are the last few of the scarves you should expect to see (without the money in the pockets):

Custom Cuttlefish

I got commissioned to do a stuffed cuttlefish (among other commissions this month) and here are some pictures of the progress:


I’m going to have a show this weekend at the San Jose Women’s Club. Seventy Five South 11th Street, San Jose, Ca.

The time is between 6pm and 10pm and will be $10 at the door. If you buy tickets early, it’ll be $8. There will be tons of artists and you’ll be able to see some of my new stuff that I’ve created, such as these hair clips below:

And the fawn with no home. Hair pin? Headband? Brooch?

See you at the show!

Mad Crafting

Since I got into the New People/Bazaar Bizarre, I’ve been crafting like a fiend. My goal was to create 100 sculptures and 100 cupcakes in about 10 days. That doesn’t sound so bad, right? 10 cupcakes, 10 sculptures and painting 10 each day? Well, I spent all day yesterday cutting felt. If it weren’t for my sister and my good friend Nichole, I don’t think I’d be as far along the process. With my stacks together, ready to be sewn and army ready for paint, It’s proving much more difficult of a task than I had imagined. Since I don’t have a lot of time to blog right now, I leave you with… my miniature army.