To Celebrate the new site I have listed 3 of my Antique Poison Bottles. Each bottle has a hand sculpted head with wool hair and sits a top an antique amber glass bottle from the 1940's or 1950's with actual antique Vitamin D inside!! Each "head" is embellished with a paper neck ruffle and a vintage measuring tape collar. I have further decked out the crew with ribbon, string, paper party hats, mini key tags and a vintage key.

Each bottle is $39.00 each plus $3.95 shipping. I accept Paypal only and please email for more info, pics and paypal invoices. Enjoy...


Purchase me on EHAG EMPORIUM...Grand Opening 9PM Jan 31st 2010 Please email for more information and pictures...Thanks


New EHAG Selling Blog Coming Jan. 31st!!!!

EHAG, which is a great group of Halloween Artists, that I am a member, is starting a new blog which will be selling WONDERFUL Halloween Art pieces. These Art pieces will be available to purchase directly off the blog...I can't wait to see all the AMAZING pieces that will be created...The blog will be opening for sales starting January 31st so stay tuned for more updates.......


Sugarbowl Snowman on SpookytimeJingles

Here is a sneek peak of one of my Vintage Inspired Snowmen from my "Sugar & Cream" collection. All of the other Sugar & Cream collection sold out the first day I introduced them for sale. This Sweet & Sugary fellow is going up for sale on SpookytimeJingles this Wed. Jan 13th.

He is hand sculpted and sits in an Antique Silver Plate Creamer. He is antiqued and dusted with a fine "sugary" glass glitter and holds two old fashioned Lollipops in his arm. He is further embellished with vintage style tinsel trim and a Hand Felted wool Cap. He holds a string of vintage glass Christmas balls.

He is "too Sweet too miss" so check him out on SpookytimeJingles on Jan 13th at the stroke of midnight...


My Art Quilts in Sew Somerset Magazine

Here is a look at my article "In The Doghouse" in the Winter 2010 edition of Sew Somerset. The projects are a wool Art Quilt entitled "King of Dogs" that give examples of piecing, applique and thread embellishments. The other two smaller pieces incorporate the same ideas on a smaller scale and have pictures of my "Baby Doberman Boy" Sygi and his very good friend "Libby" a Dalmation girl.

On a sad note, Libby's sister, Codie left this world for Doggie Heaven just a few days ago. We miss her very much but know that she is frolicking somewhere with the warmth of the sun on her back and visions of her "family" on her mind as she smiles a big "Doggie" smile!!!