Etsy: DS Lite pouch + MOO Cards

I recently had a custom commission for a Nintendo DS Lite pouch in the Alice In Wonderland style, so I decided to make one more for my Etsy shop. This time the pouch takes more of a gothic-lolita style. I'm planning on listing more DS Lite pouches in different styles in the next couple of weeks.

Here's a preview of my 2nd batch of MOO Cards, the small business cards that I include with all my orders. (I can't believe that I'm already almost through my first batch of them -- that's 100 cards per batch!)


Etsy: Mushroom Magnets!

I've completed the first batch of my Mushroom Magnets, and they're available for sale in my Etsy shop in sets of three: Red Mushrooms, Forest Mushrooms, Fairytale Mushrooms and Poisonous Mushrooms. ^_^


Sketchclub: St. Patrick's Day

Boy did I sure fall off the Sketchclub boat! >_> I've really been meaning to participate, but I keep forgetting. So this week I tried to make an earnest effort, and I actually came up with something. So, here's my little leprechaun with his pot of gold:


In progress: Mushroom magnets, part 2

Here's another sneak peek of how the mushroom magnets are turning out. I took a couple pics of the finished ones on my fridge, holding up my MOO cards. They'll be listed in my Etsy shop in a week or two, but I need to finish up a few commissions first. ^_^


In progress: Mushroom magnets

Matryoshkas and tea bag plushie magnets, look out (and move over)! Mushroom magnets are now in progress!

Okay, I must admit... I love mushrooms. They are so cute! And after sewing tons of deer, rabbits and dollies that could easily all come from a magical forest in Wonderland, the mushroom has entered my life and jumped on my fridge. I'm in the process of making different coloured mushrooms, which will be available in sets of 3. Because who doesn't want mushrooms on their fridge!

Etsy: White Rabbit plush are complete!

The first 6 White Rabbit plush that I've been working on are finally finished, and for sale in my Etsy shop: Follow The White Rabbit. I gave them little pom-pom tails, so they are able to sit up on their own. The girl rabbits requested to have pom-pom bobbles on their ears. (They were quite adamant about it, I swear!) Arnica (my custom Pullip doll pictured below) was very pleased to have a photoshoot with so many bunnies around her, that she requested to wear her new bunny ears by Sugar Mag!

Here they are, all the way from Wonderland: