October 25, 2009

Few more masks before Halloween!

New Frida Mask

A Native Inspired Mask

A little Vampire inspired by Twilight

I cannot believe Halloween and Dia de los Muertos in only a few days away!

I have been making masks and sugar skulls for custom orders and have been able to sneak away and make another 3-4 masks to list on the shop for you click here :)

Thanks for stopping by!!


October 20, 2009

New Updates in the shop..

It's been a crazy few days. Can you believe that Halloween is just 2 weeks away!

I have been having a wonderful time creating Day of the Dead masks. My favorite Frida one sold the other day to a wonderful person. So I am happy she is going to a wonderful home.

This is the recently sold Frida mask..I loved her! I just might have to make myself a similiar one...
I have put some updates in the Etsy shop: click here

I just listed this fun pocket skull mirror of one of my original paintings. I have it another colors too. I believe I have him in black, blue, and red:

I have such a wonderful time making these dual brooch and pendant necklaces. I just listed one in the shop: Click here

Last, but not least, I listed a large adjustable ring of a high quality image of my Day of the Dead Skull mask painting. If you prefer his background to be another color, let me know. Because I can make his background purple, green, or turqouise click here

I am still working on perfecting my little chocolate skull heads, as soon as I finish a good batch I will def. show you the pictures.


October 13, 2009

Vote for me in "Which Dia de los Muertos item wakes the Dead?

I have some exciting news!! I was just contacted by Etsy that one of my items was nominated for voting for "Which Dia de los Muertos item wakes the Dead?"

All you have to do is:
1. Login to etsy (or register for a free account) www.etsy.com

2. Click on the "Community" tab on the top and then click on "Voter" circled in red below:

Thanks so much for your support!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

October 10, 2009

Paper Mache Masks...

I have been having so much fun creating these masks. So far I have created only a few. The first one I created was a little devil called "el diablito". It was handpainted by me and I added two little cardstock horns which I think completes it wonderfully and has long ribbons on both sides to tie around your face.

The masks can also just be hung on the wall for a nice decoration.

I also made a Frida mask. They are just so sweet. They are pretty large in size. They measure a little under 9 inches tall.

I hope you like them. I will be working on a few more Frida ones with more details and scrolls on the face and also some sugar skull ones!
I will post the Frida one in the Etsy shop : Click here

And the Devil Mask is listed here for auction: Click here