Wednesday, March 24, 2010


This is going to be a Rockin' Good Time! Come, Visit, Shop!

Friday, March 12, 2010

NY Here I Come!

Ursula and Olive will be taking a new crafty road trip to Brooklyn, NY this Spring! I hope some of you will stop by and visit me at the Lyceum Spring Craft Show.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Who Humor

I'm vending at a gaming convention in a few days (Templecon in Warwick, RI if anyone wants to come visit). For the convention I've modified/customized several mini nerf guns and "steampunked" them to sell as cosplay items. So today I was making a price sign to go with them and came up with this. I cracked myself up with the 4 hour temporal anomoly warning so I had to share with you all.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Let it Snow

We had our first snow flakes of the season last night so we celebrated by lighting the first fire in the fireplace! We're ready for winter now - go ahead and let it snow!

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

What is it about evil alternate universes and facial hair? Why is a goatee a sign of evil?

I was recently in a Star Trek swap on and my swap partner (ClonedBravo) made me an alternate universe surival kit - I laughed so hard and had to try it on!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Ouija Memories

Do you love being scared? I don't like "horror" but I do like a little fright every now and then. When I was young the cool thing to do at sleepovers was to break out a Ouija Board and see if we could get it to tell us the name of our true love and then scream hysterically when it actually spelled something.

It's been a long time since I used a Ouija Board but I happened to be in a toy store a few weeks ago and noticed that they still sell them - only updated! They had Barbie pink Ouija, glow in the dark ones and even a Bratz Doll version! I don't know which one scared me more!

The glow in the dark one did inspire me to make a new necklace though. This is my version of a glow in the dark Ouija Board. I painted it with two layers of glow in the dark paint before giving it a final coat of resin. Now I need some photography advice. How do I get a picture of the pendant glowing? I tried using my digital camera without the flash and just got a black screen. With the flash of course it didn't work either - too much light. Here is the non-glowing picture. :)