Sunday, April 24, 2011


Well, Easter is here and I hope the Easter bunny was good to all of you!  We have a litte fellow here that's pretty excited.  I spent a day last week, getting out all my Easter decorations and I have a lot more than I realized.  I do love bunnies, so I have lots of those :o)  I've in the process of making our yearly batch of Easter eggs - they are so pretty when they are decorated.  Here are a few pictures of our decorations.  I hope everyone has a lovely Easter weekend.

Sunday, April 17, 2011


I've finally listed some items in my Etsy shop - pendants and ornaments.  I hope you have time to take a peek :o)  Thanks for dropping by!



Saturday, April 16, 2011


I've been missing in action for the last few weeks, trying to get organized after a holiday to Florida.  I'm listing "Malachy, An Easter Bear", the first bear in a while.  He's a little late, since Easter is next weekend, but he really wanted to get in on the celebration.  I hope you like him.

Malachy is 6 1/2 inches tall and made from hand dyed, curly black German mohair.  Malachy is fully disc-jointed, stuffed with excelsior and stainless steel shot and has amber German glass eyes, a sparse waxed nose and distressed ultra-suede paw pads.  He has been both aged and distressed and is missing small bits of mohair.  Malachy wears a removable, hand made antique style bear collar.  It has also been aged for vintage appeal.

The tiny bunny figurine, made from one of my antique molds. It is made from apoxy sculpt and is 2 3/4" tall. Apoxy sculpt is a very durable medium. The bunny is hand painted with acrylic paints and is signed on the bottom. The bunny figurine fits inside a wooden collector box ( 31/4" x 2 1/3"). The top of the box is covered with an etched sheet, decorated with a bunny and 4 hearts - it has been antiqued to look very old and is attached to the box top with solder.

 The glass ornament contains a reproducion of a beautiful German postcard illustration of two bunnies with a lamb.  The image has been re-sized to 1.5 x 2.5  inches, meticulously decorated with glitter and silver foil swirls and sealed between a piece of beveled glass and heavy acid free art paper, using lead free solder. The ornament has been strung with organza ribbon and is signed on the back.  It has also been aged to look like an antique ornament.  Postage is $15.00.