Wednesday, May 20, 2009

ETSY HAND MADE

This little felted mouse was made by an OCEAN Team member also. It is so cute!

This elegant lady was created by me using real lambs wool. Her hair and fur wrap is wool.
She was part of a challenge using the wool but she will be going to the Comfort Doll Project

This little flower girl was fun to make. She looks so happy and summery

Yep, they are buddies. Living here in my office for the time being

Have any of you done felting? It is amazing what you can do with felted wool.
This is a flower done by an Etsy OCEAN Team member.

This is a tiny piece of art encased in Memory Glass. It sold the first day I put it in my Etsy Shop.
I have a variety to put in my shop soon.

This one is Belle, she also comes in a 12 x 12 two dimensional collage, note cards and an ATC
Also in my Etsy shop. The collage has real wool for hair. Inspired by the article about the Victorian Ladies saving their hair and making art with it.


This one is really sweet. She was on sale at the Crawdad Festival but did not sell.

12 comments:

Salzanos said...

Etsy is having a survey for shoppers, and I listed YOUR blog as my favorite to go to!

Mica said...

nice things, Hugs, Mica

readingsully2 said...

Great fun.

Lori Garbarino said...

Hello My Darling!!! I love this post! I especially love the picture of you with the felt flower!!!

I Love You!!

LOri

A Dancing Mango said...

Patti, OMG, your work is wonderful.. Gee one little doll looks like she is going to Hawaii, the other to alaska! They are awesome. I love your pendants and the pic of you is so darn cute.
You ought to be very proud of yourself... Just wanted to come over and take a look to see what you have been up to. Weather is warming up here rapidly.. so I will be outside a whole lot!
I will try to visit as much as I can, if not, just know I am thinking of you my dearest friend.
Okay? Hugs, Darlene. xo

Judi said...

Good Morning Patti
Felting is so neat. You've done a wonderful job..love it. I have always wanted to try doing that... The ladies are lovely.
Belle is so sweet too. thank you for sharing. Good luck on your sales.

I wanted to tell you I have now updated my post with Barbara's blogs site if you want to take it down and look at her paintings and stories. She nows talks about Oprah as well.

have a lovely day. The weather here is so beautiful and I'm just off to work hi ho!!
Judi

whymsicalmusings said...

My oh My Patti your dolls are wonderful! And your memory glass pieces stunning. I am so glad when you drop by my blog. You always send me little rays of sunshine which I LOVE!
XXX
Becky

Annette said...

Thank you for stopping by, sorry I haven't been by to chit chat, but I have stopped by and read your post, I love the flower girl, shes so cute. a crawdad festival? sounds like so much fun..my Johnanthon and his friend go crawdad'en all the time. Thanks for visiting...
Hugs~
Annette

Lydia said...

Cute little felts! :D

Just Joni said...

I just wanted to stop by and say hello. I've been so busy with school I haven't been blogging much, but things will be back to normal soon. I appreciate you checking in on me and especially for wishing me a happy birthday. Yes, I still do feed my homeless friends every Friday and Earl is still Hanging in there. He's really a character - sad that I was never able to locate his daughter, but some things happen for a reason. Thank you Patti for being such a sweet friend and that little mouse is so darn cute...you are one creative lady!

FOREVER JANN said...

“To live content with small means; to seek elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion; to be worthy, not respectable, and wealthy, not, rich; to listen to stars and birds, babes and sages, with open heart; to study hard; to think quietly, act frankly, talk gently, await occasions, hurry never; in a word, to let the spiritual, unbidden and unconscious, grow up through the common - this is my symphony. William Henry Channing

love the photo of you with the felted flower, the little dolls are too cute - good job Patti

Lynn said...

Patti, Your page is beautiful...you're doing wonderful things with PhotoShop. You GO GIRL!!

Big Hugs,

Lynn