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2014 Skulls on displayOk, they are not too spooky but they are under glass. The little skulls under the cloche were made from Makin’s Clay®, an air dry polymer clay. I made the silicone molds for these spooky heads and then put crystals in for the eyes. I LOVE Halloween!


2015 Makin TurkeyaHere is my October project for Makin’s Clay®. The silly turkey as well as the Plymouth Rock are both made with Makin’s® air dry polymer clay. Head over to MAKINSCLAYBLOG.BLOGSPOT.COM for complete instructions. I’ll be Makin® this turkey for Thanksgiving….not really. GOBBLE GOBBLE…


2015 Makin TurkeyaHere is one of my October projects for Makin’s Clay®. This silly little turkey is sitting on the Plymouth Rock which I also made with Makin’s Clay®.  Head over to Makinsclayblog.blogspot.com for complete instructions.  This is how I am Makin® my turkey on Thanksgiving….not really.  Gobble gobble…

Karlee…love you to the moon and back….

2015 KarleeI made this pendant for my friend Kristi.  This is her adorable precious daughter Karlee. The pendant was made with Sculpey Souffle™ polymer clay.  I also used Makin’s® texture sheets for the front and back then finished the piece with mica powders.


This is my second October project  for PolymerClayTV.  I used their push molds for the witches hat, pumpkin, house and ghosts. They are all made from Makin’s Clay®.  Check out Polymer Clay Productions for cool tutorials, supplies and art. On October 11, 2015 you can sign up for the 2016 Polymer Clay Adventure, an online retreat…24 world renown instructors. Twelve months of incredible artists right in the comfort of your home.  All this for only $99… unbelievable bargain!2015 Spooky Tree Detail2015 Spooky Tree


2015 HWDoorThis is my first October project for Polymer Clay TV. We were sent a Masonite sheet with cut outs to build this shrine. I used Makin’s Clay® to make the door, tombstones, skull and ghost… the cutters and skull mold are from Polymer Clay TV. I painted the box purple with the top adornment gold, the wings are black with ball chain on the edges. I also added a watch face to the top. 


2015 ScreamHere’s a spooky pumpkin I made for Halloween. The ghost, blood moon, coffin, tombstone, jack-o-lantern, spider web, bats and all the skulls were made from Makin’s Clay®. I love the versatility of this air dry polymer clay. I was able to extrude clay to make the spider web and after it was dry, it remained flexible allowing me to put it inside the pumpkin…how cool is that!