Sunday, 22 January 2012

A VERY Belated New Year...

OMG how time passes, well I am slowly finishing off projects and getting read for Minatura in the the Spring. After about 3 years of waiting I finally got into the show.

I finally got around to hanging this prim wall hanging I did about 17 years ago when I was just starting to get interested in crafting. I have used it to pin my altered art jewellery that I make onto it. That way I can see what I have made and not stuff it into a drawer and forget about it.

I have a collection of vintage postcards that I scan into my PC and use then I use the images on my work.  This brooch is made with a large button.

I finished this Piskie Poppet Peeper that I made about 8 years ago and hung him up.

This is Sabhine, she wasnt meant to look like this but this is what she wanted to look like. I learnt a new wigging technique and the wings are poseable using another new technique.

She also needed some boots, she was definately a learning curve doll.

I have also been making some birds, another lets see if I can moment.

Oh and Voldemort is finished, finally, I had to put him on a shelf and look at him for a while. No pics of him yet the light faded.

Well heres to a good year, a year for me and my family to heal and become whole again.

Thank you for sticking with me x


The Old Maid said...

I wish to you what you wish for yourself, Debie!
Love Sabhine and the birds!Congrats on getting into the show!

Mary Williams said...

Great work Debie nice to see you back, hope the New Year is better than the last one for you all,

Robin said...

Good to see you back - and good news that you'll be at Miniatura.

Bea (Fiona) Broadwood said...

Debie it is so great that you will be exhibiting at Miniatura! *exciting!!
Can't wait to see you there xx

Dark Squirrel Victoria said...

Happy New Year Debie! I hope this year brings you peace.

I love Sabine, her hair is beautiful.

Happy sales at Miniatura!


BlacknickSculpture said...

Best of luck at Minatura this year Debie! I love your little birds!

Antonia Gago Andreu said...

He pasado un rato muy agradable visitando tu blog. Me hago seguidora tuya para poder seguir tus trabajos más de cerca.
Y te invito a pasar por mis blog para que veas lo que yo hago.
Un beso.