Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Once There Was a Snowman.....

 A sweet vintage style snowman with enough charm to steal your heart, this little guy will be hard to part with. I guess I can always make more, right?
Hand sculpted out of paper clay, painted, sealed and antiqued, he sparkles from a coat of sparkle glaze. He may show up in my etsy shop, I've not decided yet. For now he will keep me company as inspiration for more little snowmen.

PFATT Marketplace Offerings A Sweet Snow Angel and Santa

 This sweet snow angel was created to bring a little light and cheer. Her head was hand sculpted and painted, and then she was mounted in a vintage glass light shade. She has been gussied up with pearly bead garland and fluffy feather boa with tinsel. She stands on a wood base that has been gussied up as well. You can lift her up to turn on a little tea light that is included.
This handsome santa was completely hand sculpted from polymer clay. He has loads of charm and has also been hand painted. See them both at:  PFATT Marketplace

Thursday, November 6, 2014

New Santa from polymer clay, a plug for Polyform Products


Finally got my first polymer clay Santa done, and I am so thrilled with polymer clay! Super sculpey is so easy to work with, and takes paint nicely. I love, love, love it! So, if you have ever wondered if you should try polymer clay I say yes!

Friday, October 31, 2014

One Santa Blue, Two Santas Red.....

 When we lived at Fairchild AFB outside of Spokane, Washington, Mom decided to have a turquoise themed Christmas. We had just moved from Taiwan, where they had picked up furniture and drapes with teal and turquoise in them. So Mom melted down some crayons and made the prettiest turquoise candles that she topped with whipped paraffin "snow". I loved the colors we had that year, which is what inspired me to created this Santa. This Santa is made of Wallowa Lake driftwood and clay. You can find him in my etsy shop: MothersDreamRtworks
 Another driftwood Santa, sporting a wreath and cones. He is up for auction on ebay: Mothers Dream Artworks
A 5 inch gourd Santa, he is also on ebay: Mother's Dream Artworks

I hope you take a moment and stop by to see what else is available. Have a great day!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Philgrimm, Thanksgiving Pilgrim Pumpkin Man, My First Finished Polymer Clay Piece


Oh boy, a new art doll adventure and a fun one for sure. I have never really taken a good look at polymer clay, as I didn't like the baking process, but I was given some tips by some folks I met at Hallowbaloo, and found out it isn't as bad as I thought. So, I wanted to create something for Thanksgiving as I feel it's a much forgotten holiday, but one that is so important because its a time of celebrating harvest, family and our blessings from God. I hope to make some more, but am waiting on an oven here in Utah. This handsome fella is available at:    MothersDreamRtworks

Thursday, October 23, 2014

PFATT Marketplace Offerings....

 Wallowa Lake bark driftwood is the inspiration for this piece. Hand sculpted features, hand painted and dusted with vintage mica "snow", this fella comes ready to hang.
Another driftwood Santa, all hand sculpted features and the same attention to details. These handsome fellas can be found at PFATT Marketplace. Thanks so much for stopping by!

Sunday, October 19, 2014

And the Halloween blog Hop winner of my little gourd clown is......

I just want to say thanks to all who stopped by and left comments as well as started following me. How fun this has been! So, without further adieu,  CONGRATULATIONS FRAN CASWELL!
Now for all of you who are waiting anxiously to see if you have won, and can't wait to be notified, just go to the blog list in the Hop announcement post and start clicking. Happy winning everyone!


Sunday, October 5, 2014

2nd Annual Witches of Giggleswick Halloween Blog Hop!

Welcome to the 2nd Annual
Giggleswick Halloween Blog Hop!
Beginning Sunday, Oct. 5th – Wednesday, Oct. 15th
All 21 lucky Winners will be announced
on each of the participating blog sites on Sunday, Oct. 19th!
Hi my name is Sheryl Parsons and I am the Artist here at Mother's Dream Artworks and one of the 21 Witches / Warlocks participating in the 2nd Annual Giggleswick Halloween Blog Hop.  It is a thrill to be a part of a fun and slightly wacky group of artisans who love to create holiday folk art.

Below is a picture of my Giggleswick giveaway.  It is one of my Halloween gourd folk art creations.



To be entered into the drawing you will need to hop to all 21 blogsites and do Steps 1 and 2 below. 

Step 1 - Follow this blog -- Look for the blue Google "Join this Site" link to the left of this blog page.
Step 2 - Leave a comment below this post telling me that you are a new follower or that you are already following my blog.  

PLEASE NOTE: 
To be eligible to have your name in the drawing, you need to visit all 21 blogsites, follow them through Google, and leave a comment on each site. 
If you fail to follow through on your 21 visits, your name will not count in the drawing. 
Below is the list of blogsites and links for you to follow: 


                Carly Smith                                                

LeeAnn Kress
       

   

Brenda Griffith
       
Heather Millott    

Arlene Sander
       
Joyce Tenay   

 Lisa Ammerman
       
Becky McClure Federico    

Jean Wheelock
        

Jorge de Rojas
       
Cortney Arndt-Rector   
                                       
Patrick James Gill    

Karen Blevins  
       
Faith Conroy        
                        
                      Good Luck and Happy Haunts to You!




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Thanks for stopping by and have fun!