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A set of four glass ornaments. Each ornament contains the sheet music for four different Christmas carols. The carols include "Carol Around the Christmas Tree", "Joy to the World", "Christmas Time", and "Shall We Have a Christmas Tree?". All sheet music dates from 1879.

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A set of four glass ornaments. Each ornament contains the sheet music of American classic songs. The sheet music dates from 1890, giving the paper a rich, aged color. The songs included are "Yankee Doodle", "Dixie", "The Dying Volunteer", and "The Battle Cry of Freedom". Bows are removable.

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Two glass ornaments hold two iconic scenes from Alice in Wonderland. Alice considers the "drink me" bottle and takes tea (or tries to) with the Mad Hatter. Made from original illustrations from the book that have been hand colored. Script at the bottom of the ornaments also taken from the Alice books.

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A set of two miniature angels tucked inside glass ornaments. Each angel is hand made from the pages of a hymnal dating from 1892.

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White Fang and his fellow wolves pop out from Jack London's masterpieces. The Call of the Wild was first published in 1903, and White Fang in 1906. This hardbound book with both stories is from the 60's. On the left, mountains rise up from the snow covered landscape. On the right, the wolf pack stand together on a snow covered peak. Both scenes are cut into layers giving the illustrations a 3D effect.

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this is a completed doll for izisio from FA

this doll sits at 15" and has a hand-made African style mask. The mask is made of clay, hemp, and wood so it is rather fragile but gives the doll a more raw feel.

The doll has a necklace that is 17" and can be worn by humans too. its center piece is a mink's skull.

The face and feet are cast in plastic.

These are very good looking dolls and I am glad to have been able to make them
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this little guy is made of minky fabric and fake fur. this was the second most voted for plush to make. so here it is~ i love this little guy so much!!! he is 8 1/5 inches tall with a 5 inch tail. this is the SOFTEST plush i own!! i think i will make more of this type of plush. i really loved drawing it out then sewing him all together <3 i have a few more i am thinking of making >w<.

hope you all like him!!

THE EARS ARE SO CUTE!!!!

all sewn by hand~
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Hot Pockets (Meatballs and Mozzarella)

Made out of polymer clay in 1:12 scale.
They are about 1.3 cm (half an inch) long.
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This Hyena has an amethyst heart and a moveable jaw.

Room Guardians are small animals that watch over one's home. The tallest, standing one foot, these friends can be easily placed on window sills, kitchen shelves, dressers, you be creative. Each guardian has a genuine rabbit fur coat and is hand made by me from the wire frame to the clay face and hands. The room guardians' arms, tails, and necks are bendable and Inside each of their chests is a unique crystal heart to give each one a different energy. These little guys have a lot of character and they love having a home to watch over.

If you are interested in buying your own personal Room Guardian, visit my etsy shop at www.etsy.com/shop/Anyaboz
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I promised this a while back, and now finally had the time to put the photos together.

I've been asked a number of times how i work. So i cut this to demonstrate my normal working process.
Chosen not to annotate it as its not really intended as something instructional, just to show those who are interested the stages involved in what i do. As such i am happy to answer questions, and will put together a FAQ if i get the same ones coming up a lot, i'll also give a bit of additional information here in the artist comments.

~ My tool of choice is a 10A blade and swann-morton handle

~ The image is A4 and took 3 blades to cut. 2 for cutting the design and 1 to clean it up a little after ... can't always be perfect first time around XP

~ took around 2 hours to make.

~ The amount i draw out before hand can vairy massively, sometimes i design everything in detail (you can see in my WIP wave fav.me/d6elb0y ), sometimes i draw noting at all and just go with how i feel. This is somewhere in the middle. I knew the shape i wanted to create and what the image would be, but filled in the blanks when it came to the cutting.

~This image is mostly done folded in half. Except for the character at the center that is cut with the paper unfolded as i didn't want her to be symmetrical.

~ The background is painted using Ecoline Liquid watercolours. I use spray-mount to back the cut to the paper when mounting work.

Thanks for looking. Hope you find this interesting!!
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