Today's Table (In the Works)

SO tiny!! I don't know how Dylan manages to sew and stuff such itty bitty things. Any guesses as to what this little keyhole-shaped stuffed thingy is gonna be?

I like to give my paperclay stuff a nice thick base coat of dark brown paint. I call this the dipped-in-chocolate phase. I've actually made a lot of progress on these 4 heads since this morning when I snapped this picture. I'll have to do a sneak-peek thing on Saturday.

Adorable little disembodied limbs? Yes, please!

My life is weird.


  1. Aww! Armies and leggies! You took that pic just for me, didn't you?! Adorable. :) Everything is awesome.

  2. I always love to see the body parts. Anticipation for the finished pieces.
    I love your work! It is always so much fun.

  3. Ha! Love the shot of the arms and legs - and wings!

    I admire your work so very much, you are so talented!

  4. I love the tiny; maybe a bug...I make slot of small things love the challenge.moerdesigns@blogspot.com

  5. I see a dolly of some sort. I agree, Dylan is amazing at the tiny stuff, but your painting is awesome as well. :-)

  6. That is awfully tiny. I'd guess it's for a super tiny doll. I love that you call the undercoating "dipped in chocolate phase". It really does look like chocolate. I do the same thing with my paper mache art dolls. I thought they looked like chocolate too. The disembodied parts are cute. I love the little red shoes. And striped leggings---oh yeah, I dig them!


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