Sunday, November 24, 2013

Baby Sasquatch Giveaway!

As it is almost Christmas, I am having a Baby Sasquatch Giveaway!!

To enter on facebook, follow this link to
Enter giveway on facebook

Additionally, also for those who do not have a facebook account - I know it sounds crazy, but these people do exist! - you can enter by leaving a comment, stating which little baby you would like to win. Red or grey and what colour ears. If you like, you can also tell me what name you would give him or her.

One lucky winner will be chosen at random, on the 1st of December. And I will make the baby Sasquatch of their choice, in time for Christmas!

Good luck! 

Friday, November 15, 2013

Cookies and Cream Earmuffs


From the first moment I made the cookies, I have wanted to make them into earmuffs. But I never got around to doing it, till now. And they work great as earmuffs! They are even adjustable. :)

Francesco testing the earmuffs out

 Today, the light was perfect for a photoshoot. My little sister, Naomi, was happy to model for me.

Cookie Earmuffs

And what a wonderful job she has done to make them look fun as well as fashionable! :)

These Cookie and Cream Earmuffs are available here

Monday, November 4, 2013

Baby Sasquatches

Baby Suki Sasquatches

Last week I was busy making these furry little ones. Yesterday, I listed them up on Etsy, one boy and 4 little girls. They were snapped up right away!

Baby Suki Sasquatch

 Today I packed them all up and sent them off to their new homes.

Baby Suki Sasquatches
 As soon as I find more brown fabric, more red Sasquatches will be made. I do not like choosing favourites, but I think he might be my favourite.

Little baby boy Sasquatch

Here is the little boy Sasquatch with his nappy ready for his journey to his new home.

I put nappies on them just for taking photos, but everyone liked them so much I had to include them too! :) 

Little baby Sasquatches in their nappies

A new batch of babies will be coming soon... 

Saturday, November 2, 2013

My oak table

Last week, Lucio, the cousin of Francesco's Uncle, finished making the table for my studio!

It was very exciting to photos of the table, for the very first time.

 Here it is, still in Italy. It is 3 meters long! I have no idea how we are going to get it in the house...

All that needs to be done, is a coat of transparent paint. We decided it would be nicer to keep its natural colour.


The best thing about this table is that the wood is make out of an oak tree that belongs to Francesco's parents. It was an old tree that they cut down over a year ago and has been cut and dried out especially for us.

Here are our fathers discussing what we will do with all this beautiful wood.

We will be using it also for our kitchen and our stairs. And also another table for my studio.

I cannot believe it has been over a year since we got the keys to our new house and we still have not moved it...

I am predicting we will be able to move in January - if all goes well!