I've loved working with clay since I was in a high chair. When I was 17, my mother and grandmother made porcelain reproductions and I was fascinated by the entire process, but not completely satisfied. I wanted to make my own molds and doll designs. My first sculpture, was of a baby. Sculpting it specifically with the likeness of my first born. After that, the fire was lit but I never had the means to continue. Years passed.. I dabbled here and there but wasn't able to really dive in. Recently though, I've actually had the time and the proper materials. It's a passion and brings so much joy to my life! I'm hooked now and never turning back!
Jasper the cookie baking elf
stands at 10-1/2". He is made of Prosculpt polymer clay and has glass eyes, Mohair and fabric. His cookies and cookie sheet are also made of Prosculpt clay.
Hazel the witch
stands approximately 12' high. She is made of Prosculpt polymer clay and resin with glass eyes, mohair and fabric. She is quite intrigued with her spider!
sits at 9" with his cookie and milk. He was made of Prosculpt polymer clay, glass eyes, mohair and fabric.
Edward, Hank, Pody (Poe-dee) and Phillip.
Sitting height approximately 9" from top of hat to toe. I used Prosculpt polymer clay, glass eyes, mohair and a multitude of different fabrics.
Olive the witch
stands about 12" high and is made of Prosculpt polymer clay and resin, glass eyes, mohair and miscellaneous fabrics and trinkets
stands at 10-1/2" and is tangled up in Christmas lights. He was made with Prosculpt polymer clay, glass eyes, mohair and fabric.
Howard the elf sits at 9" from the top of his hat to his toes. I used Prosculpt polymer clay, glass eyes, mohair, leather and miscellaneous fabrics..
Violet the witch
stands at approximately 12" tall and is made of Prosculpt polymer clay and resin with glass eyes, mohair and brightly colored fabrics. She loves to be photographed and tends to be very photogenic!