Friday, October 26, 2012

Day 26 of the 31 Days of Halloween

The third room on the bottom floor of the dollhouse is the witch's kitchen. A lovely witch from Third Coast holds sway here.




Her foam mounted cauldron is from DJ Inkers, one of my first stamp purchases and I doubt if they even make stamps anymore.  This is the first furniture I've shown. Most, if not all, of the furniture I used is from online companies showing their wares. Thanks, all you furniture companies! Don't you just love that pot-bellied stove? We had just recently taken the old leaky one out of my studio in exchange for a smaller, more efficient one or I would have used a photo of it! They still bob for apples here - monsters have no germ phobias.  Most of the rest of the bits and pieces are either polymer clay or left over embellishments from my polymer clay business. I made the apples, pumpkins, cat and pickles in the canning jar from clay. If I forgot anything you would like to know about, just ask!

The hop continues from here to Lisa's blog or you can start at the beginning by clicking on Terra in the blogroll -------> You will see the most Halloweeny creations ever if you do!! Thanks for stopping by and for all of your kind comments!

16 comments:

Vee Cassidy said...

Oh this is amazing! Ilove it I could spend ages looking at all the little bits and pieces. It is just the perfect withes kitchen. The details are wonderful; even your pumpkins have different personalities! Love, Vee xx ps thank you for all the lovely comments on my blog.

Jane said...

Great work looks awesome
Hugs xxx

Pam Schmidt said...

Ohhhh this is so awesome. I love all the tiny 3D elements. Thank you for the inspiration.

~Lady B~ said...

I bow down to your crafting greatness! Your third room looks AMAZING! I love all the dimensional elements and am especially fond of the hanging skulls and the apples for bobbing! Your attention to detail is amazing! I love the grapevine pentagram! Did you make the tiled floor as well? Your sexy witch looks right at home in her kitchen!

monique said...

wow this is amazing, so much little details, love it.
awesome job!!!!

Julia said...

This is fab.
Loving all the details.
Hugs,
Julia

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Oh my word, how absolutely fabulous! I wish you'd had this one ready for Third Coast's last challenge, totally would have worked! New challenge is GAME of THRONES if you're interested ;0).
www.Thirdcoastchallenges.com

DonnaMundinger said...

The amazing details just boggle the mind! love, love, LOVE! xxD

Steph said...

Wonderful kitchen. Love all the details you've included. And that witch image is just fabulous I'm goin to have to go check out their stamps I dont think I have any from them :)

Ally White Cat said...

how totally awesome..what a marvelous project the details are incredible thank you for sharing this wonderful art.
susan s..

Candace Jedrowicz said...

Eeee! That's so exciting! I adore your kitchen!

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Wow! This looks amazing, I love the wallpaper and those little pumpkins are brilliant
Lindsay xx

silvia said...

AWESOME!!!

Celeste said...

Great room! I really am liking what you are doing. I may have to give this a try! I love the wallpaper, the witch and especially the skulls hanging in the corner.

blackdragon said...

I adore all the tiny bits and bobs... i wish we were close...i'd be borrowing some of these.... or you could just come and help me!
BDx

Dieverdog said...

There's always so much awesomeness in your rooms.... where to even start! So many juicy little details - you absolutely excel at the details. I love how you work stamping, paper, digital AND clay into your work –– very truly mixed media! And you are a wizard at it for sure. It all comes together and looks like everything fits together so naturally.