Sweet! How clever.Cheers!
Can I have it?GourdiePlease!
LOve the windchimes!Just wondering how you are doing ? Still creating I see!
OMG I love him :D are you going to be making more I hope. I want one.
Thanks Ladies,I stole the idea from my doll "Vanity" Remember? She had me make a windchime from the bones of her old boyfriend. She was SO bad!:)Shirley
Shirley - WOW ,you are a master at sculpting clay too! This piece is just AWESOME!Doreen
Oooo...love it! Fabulous work. Don't you just love polymer clay :DBright blessings,Kathy
What a great idea!! Very cool windchime!!Brenda
Thank you,I do love playing with the clay. I don't think I will ever master it, but it is fun.Thanks again for the all the kind words!:)Shirley
Shirley, I don't know how I missed your blog before, but am doing a lot of delightful catching up!I thoroughly love your style, and your subjects. They are SO enchanting!Your Skelly windchime reminds me of the shrunken head hanging from the rear view mirror in the double decker bus in one of the Harry Potter movies. Only yours looks SO much better! They should have asked you to make the prop!I'm doing a Midyear Happy Halloween Blog Crawl, trying to find Halloween each day of the month on my two blogs, and have listed you for Day 1 on my Halloween blog. I hope some new followers come your way!
Wicked wind chime! Love it, so unique, kudos to you!(((HUGS)))
OOh I love it! many thumbs up :)
Thank you so much! :)
WOW! That is so cool!!Jamie
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