I thought it would be fun to show you some of the stuff I actually make to sell. A little on the creepy, whimsical, and weird side, but hey, why not?
A Dexter style doll blanket made, ironically, in a very old way in a Cathedral Window pattern. Mostly hand sewn and a great way to give a doll nightmares.
Not as creepy as it could be, but combining the traditional with the offbeat. A folded fabric tree with a creepy doll head. Oh yeah.
There's a trend nowadays - rock painting. I have paint. I have rocks, so why not. These were all set free and hopefully found. The Kindness Rock project is what this is all about, and it's a little odd.
This is how the creepy doll hand ornaments begin. A friend asked if they were hatching and well, maybe they are! Styrofoam eggs, glue, pins till they dry, and of course, the doll arms.
And this is what the doll hand ornament will look like when it's done. Blood spatter fabric again. Folded fabric design. Do I detect a trend?
Trying something new this year with longer doll arms. I'm not sure where this is going yet. The flesh colored parts are now white. More to come on these, I reckon.
Last year's project - painting baby doll hands and making them festive. Most have been given away and some have been finished with magnets to make them appear to reach out from your refrigerator. Still festive though, right?
And there you have it. A sampling of the creepster's handiwork. It's not all creepy stuff in my room of merriment, but sometimes it is.