Oct 29, 2013

When I fell in love with vintage and cottage chic I also fell in love with the Robin's egg blue or Tiffany blue color. It is associated mostly with Tiffany & Co. the jewelry company famous in New York City. Tiffany Blue is the colloquial name for the light medium robin egg blue color that was used on the cover of Tiffany's blue book, first published in 1845. It has since been used for their promotional materials, boxes and decorative bags. It has a very "cottage chic" appeal to me. So I was inspired to do these wonderful bottle brush tree collections featuring the color.


Now through Christmas I will be custom creating these sets in several different colors, Victorian pinks, buttermilk cream or any inquiry can be made for a custom color. This Tiffany Blue set is available in my Etsy shop.

CLICK HERE to go to my Etsy

Oct 23, 2013

5 Days Only...

As a huge thank you to all my wonderful friends and customers I will be offering a 30% off sale in my Etsy shop on Everything, yes everything. Any purchase of 20.00 or more and you can recieve a discount of 30% off! Use coupon code Boo2u

Thank you so much for your many years of supporting handmade!

Happy Haunting,

Oct 22, 2013

Interchangeable Heads...

"A Nightmare in Sleepy Hollow"

This painting was inspired by two of my Halloween favorites, a nightmare before Christmas and Sleepy Hollow. Here you find a headless hessian charging with his pumpkin head in hand only to stumble across a woeful Jack who has an interchangeable head of his own!

Oct 10, 2013

LeeAnn’s Paperclay Challenge

Vote for LeeAnn Kress!
(Of Charmed Confections)

Creative Paper Clay Challenge
Okay my friends...here's the deal!

LeeAnn is trying out for Creative PaperClay’s Design Team and she needs our support!
Please go to http://creativepaperclay.blogspot.com/
Scroll Down and you will see a number of pictures of the entries. Her Ghastly Ghost, Charming Charlie will be there as Number 21.  Then keep scrolling down and in very tiny letters are the number (like 18) of comments and the word “Comments”.  Click on that and to the right is a box for your comment.

Please do this as soon as possible as I’m not quite sure when the deadline is, but it is soon!  LeeAnn needs a pep rally now!

Thank you for your support!