Thursday, March 8, 2012

Chucky, Ferdinand and Priscilla

ALL SOLD...THANK YOU!!!!!
I've been busy in the studio working in paper mache clay and almost forgot to post that I will have three pieces available this Saturday on PFATT Marketplace.  Below is Chucky Chick candy cap, the last Spring piece I will create this year.  He is upset that the Easter bunny gets so much hype so that explains his forced grin.  I think some Halloween sort of came through on this piece-yikes!!


As many of you know, the "N. Stein" family has a number of brothers and the little character on this candy cup is one of Frank's younger brothers, Ferdinand.  Ferdinand doesn't have the high brow of his older brothers, Frank and Fred, but he is still quite the looker ...especially when you consider he is made up of parts.  He is accompanied by Astro, his bat, and is surrounding by the stars and bats in the night sky.


The final offering on the PFATT Marketplace is the youngster, Priscilla Pumpkin.  Priscilla is so excited because this will be her first Halloween to trick or treat.  She had her mother create her moon and star bow for her to wear on her little stem curl, and she very carefully put on her striped stockings so that the lines would be even on her little legs.  Priscilla even hand picked her candy bucket, Orville, to accompany her on her Halloween night maneuvers.  She appears a bit eager, but that is due in part to the fact that her mother just couldn't break the news to her that Halloween is 7 months away.  Poor little Priscilla, she knows it is Halloween somewhere!


PFATT Marketplace opens at 10 a.m. Pacific time on Saturday so if you are interested follow this link at that time for the update!!!

http://www.pfattmarketplace.com/monkeycats.html

Hope you like them and that I hear from you!

Laurie

3 comments:

Countryfolk Keepsakes said...

Ooooh! I love all three but the chick is my favorite!! ♥

Maggie said...

I love them all!

SweetPepperRose said...

Awesome creations! Just found your site by Googling paper mache crafts for some ideas. You're so talented! I love Halloween, too ;)
JoAnn