I’m super excited to have been chosen as a vendor for Blythecon Minneapolis in 2019! Tickets go on sale November 17; visit the official web site for all the details!
Better watch out, Krampus is coming for all you naughty kids! I had Pete draw up a cute Krampus for me and turned him into a pattern to make these unique felt ornaments. Each one is hand cut, embroidered, sequined, stitched and stuffed full of the all the love in my dark little heart. Get yours in my shop.
This hand embroidered calavera mask for Blythe is perfect for celebrating Dia de los Muertos. Just listed in my shop!
Nine more punks are up for grabs in the shop! Some of them are looking pretty Halloweeny too! Grab yours here!
I’ve been having so much fun sculpting these little Halloween dolls. I can’t decide if this Pumpkin Man is more creepy or cute….you can take him home and decide for your self! He’s available for adoption in the shop.
Clara is a pretty girl, living in a sweetly spooky, haunted world. She is my 60th custom Blythe. Check out her photo shoot on Flickr!
The Pope Lick Monster is a legendary half-man, half-goat creature reported to live beneath a railroad trestle bridge over Pope Lick Creek in Louisville, KY. Is he an escaped circus freak or the product of an ill fated union between a local farmer and his goats? No one can be sure. Some rumors blame him for a train derailment. Some claim he frightens travelers into leaping from the trestle to their deaths, while others say he holds them down on the tracks himself ala’ Snidely Whiplash. Travelers beware! He lurks in wait……
I created this Pope Lick Monster for the “cryptid” prompt for Mab’s Drawloween Club 2018. Now he can creep in YOUR neck of the woods—find him in my shop!
Gwen, my newest custom Blythe, is a dark skinned girl with pale pink hair. I love the way this girl can go from sultry to sweet in the blink of an eye. She’s available for adoption in my shop.
Devious devil incarnate or innocent farm animal? Black Phillip is adorably mysterious and ready to put you under his spell. I’ve created this little mohair doll in the style of a vintage mohair teddy, using top quality black Intercal mohair. He’s available for adoption in the shop.