What shenanigans are these two up to??!
“I just finished my latest 2 Halloween kitties. The black & white one is a commission of a real kitty named Eddie. Both are solid Living Felt wool mounted on a slice of cedar cut on our property. Eddie has real whiskers.”
-Linda Maurer-Wonser, Michigan
These are so original and oh so cute!
“I thought I’d try something a little different for Halloween this year. These were so much fun to make! I used floral wire for the infrastructure and Living Felt’s Merino [Cross] wool for the sculpting with some polymer clay for teeth and bone. I bend the wire legs at the bottom so I can staple them down to the birch base, and then felt over them so the staples don’t show.”
– Kimberly Czar, Massachusetts
What a sweet energy these two have 🙂
“I just wanted to share this little Tricker Treater made with LF Onyx batt wool and vintage button.
The mummy boy is felted core wool with bleached recycled sari ribbon wrappings.”
– Joyce Hazlerig, Texas
etsy: Gypsyharte Arts
The Mummy lives!!
“Wire frame, covered in core wool, 32 gauge armature wire for hands, one craft bobble eye and one glass eye. Meet my mummy.”
– Patti Bronecky, California
We love this wooly rendition of Frankenstein! Created by the talented Cherie Davidson! She has really found her niche in felting custom art dolls.
“I’d like to share my latest little guy with you all… meet “The Monster.” He stands 15-3/4″ tall, and is solid wool (no armature). His hair is suri alpaca. I used size 38 needles mostly, but finished and detailed with 42. Everything except his green jacket and the touches of raw wounds/scars are made with Living Felt Monochrome Studio Pack.
The light gray gave him a great pallor, and the heathered gray blend made terrific “metal” staples and neck bolts. The light blue-gray was perfect for a not quite right/sickly shading of his skin. His jacket is a blend I hand carded to get a deep, dirty green. I used some of the black from the studio pack to get the deep tones. He was a joy to create!”
– Cherie Davidson, Washington
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