Sunday, February 28, 2010
Mitz was the winner of my OWOH giveaway. I tried using the email that she left on my site to contact her on more than one occasion, but it doesn't seem to be working! I tried logical variations on the email as well. No response.
So a little advice from my clever friends out in the Blogosphere would be appreciated greatly.
If she doesn't see this post and respond, how much longer should I wait prior to choosing another winner?
I would hate to have Ms. Mitz contact me at a later date if I have already sent my Mud Imp on to another home! How sad!
What to do? What to do?
Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts on this matter!
Until next time, happy advice sharing!
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Moving away from the heads only section of this post, here is a little box I threw together the other day.
I am not in love with how the script on the front of the box came out, but I do like the 3D effect of the bunny in front of the girl.
A real learning opportunity, for sure! The next one will be lovely, I'll bet! (I hope!)
Until next time, happy heads!
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Can't wait to get a chance to photograph all these goodies tomorrow. Hopefully the light will be really good in the morning. If not, the photos will have to wait until after a playdate. Five year olds have to take precedence.
Otherwise, things have a way of getting broken!
Until next time, happy productivity!
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Monday, February 15, 2010
I sent you an email and am looking forward to hearing from you soon! The Mud Imp can't wait to see his new home!
Thanks so much for your participation in the OWOH event.
Next year I am going to make a few things for the giveaway. Too much fun! I found a lot of new (to me) and wonderful blogs out there.
Until next time, happy winning!
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Until next time, happy industriousness!
Thursday, February 4, 2010
(Well, maybe not forever, but at least two years. Long enough, I'd say!)
Time will tell.
Until next time, happy explorations!
Monday, February 1, 2010
There has to be a truth in advertising issue here somewhere! "Felt musings" indeed!
The problem that plagues me is that I have many, many interests and I find that my life is SO much happier when I follow whatever the muse says to do at a certain point in time.
Blame it on the muse. Yep. That's what I'll do. Bossy little thing!
DO note, however, that even though Jack Sprat and his Wife here are polymer clay (full sculpt, mind you) over wire armatures with inset eyes, their clothing is needle felted and their hair is wool based. Hers is Tibetan lamb and his is wool roving that I made into flocking. I always hand apply the hair. This time it is not rooted, but was glued on section by section. Whew!
I'm debating over whether to give Jack Sprat a comb over. Something in me just feels that he'd be happier with one.
These two dolls were made for ADO's Mother Goose Challenge. I LOVE having a challenge to get myself mentally moving. It's very easy to get stuck in a rut.
In retrospect, I would probably have made Jack a little taller to add to the illusion of thiness.
Don't forget to join my giveaway for One World One Heart. Just click here for the link and when you get there, leave a comment! You might win my Mud Imp and his mushroom!
Thanks for popping in! Until next time, happy challenges!