Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Snowmen Spindles....

 Christmas has come and gone and so has the snow.  
Today it has been raining hard and washing away all of the white stuff.....
We did get a chance to get out and play in it and it was fabulous before it left.
Each of our three children got new sleds and we had a great time 
playing and sliding with cousins, aunts, uncles and parents.
I can say we had the best weather to hike back to the cabin in the
"forest" to have a cozy little cookout while the snow fell around us. 
They day really could not have been more perfect unless Kirsten could have
shared it with us. We tried to roll a giant snowball but it was 
not the snowball making, type of snow.
I had a great time making these spooly snowmen too. 
I got the spindles here and I think I  bought all she had left! 
I'm going to have to make more because they were so much fun! 
Enjoy!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

What a great year for us!

2011 is coming to an end and it has been a great one for us.  Two creative twin sisters, from small town Maine, have started on our journey to realize our dreams.  What started as a crafting weekend three years ago has turned into a full fledged business today.  In 2011 we have been lucky enough to have been published for the first time!  We started off in a beautiful magazine in the spring called "Prims" and have been in six others since! WOW...we never would've expected that!  We just found out we have been published in our seventh magazine called "Celebrate 365". 
Cover of the Winter Issue that indigotwin has been featured in.
  You can read about his fun publication and order your copy!

A few of our pieces have made it in and they are now available for purchase in our Etsy shop.  
Our Frosty's on paper mache boxes are a fun wintery treat and we also have
our trio of Eskimo girls at the bottom of the page.
Find them here today!

Enjoy!



Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Mermaid mommy....

A new mermaid wall sculpture, "Ondine" has been
painted in shades of green.  
 She has a textured body and pretty, long, curly hair.  
A wire is attached to her back so it can be hung on the wall.  
I just love mermaids!
Off to make a few more!