Oh hi this is my amazing 91 year old grandmas Halloween costume this year. #besthumanever ❤️✨
Back in 2010, I made the Unicorn and Red Bull for a ‘The Last Unicorn’ themed art show. They’re still two of my favorite things I’ve made to this day.
(They both have movable jointed arms, probably my favorite part)
#gonna go explode from stupidity
Wow. Legitimately just thought someone was outside my window going ‘weeeeoooooo woooooo wooooo’ for a few minutes and then realized it was an ambulance. BACK TO BED GOODBYE.
#artists on tumblr
I hate being sick, even for just a few days because of the amount of work I could have gotten done in that time. So I tried to make up for it as much as my hands would allow today! Oof! Each of those little leg stacks have 6-8 leg pieces on them.
Productivity feels so good.
Win a signed copy of my upcoming Adventure Time Crafts book and one of my little monsters!
Just simply follow me and reblog to enter. Giving away one here and one via my Instagram. And yes I can ship it to anywhere! Will be choosing two winners on October 11th.
Finished Fionna and cake hoop!
Done on a 10 inch embroidery hoop, probably my most involved hoop so far. Gah those letters!
Just some of the pictures of my absolute favorite monsters I’ve made in the past years.
Insane to look back sometimes and realize I’ve made literally thousands of toys with my hands alone.
How did you make those lovely lady beards??
I just took faux fur and drew out a beard shape on the back of the fur, cut it out and held it up to my face and marked where my mouth was for the opening, and trimmed down until it was the size I wanted. Then I poked holes on either end and strung elastic through it.