Saturday, July 30, 2011

Eat Me

My latest mosaic cupcake, headed up to my friend Becky in Wisconsin. Peace, my vegan sweet pea sistahhhh!!!!

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Flower Power

Dig it - I've got my second wind with the skulls.

And another switch plate going to Monet in Denver!

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Sparrow and Sons, We Buy Junk

My latest mosaic birdhouse is packed full of old tools, gauges, rocks, and of course, dishes.

I've never done a roof quite like this before.

Between the Acts; More Mosaic Switch Plates

Monday, July 25, 2011

Los Angeles Custom Mosaic Skull

Marcy is spreading her wings and moving from Kansas City to Los Angeles. I made her a custom mosaic skull to celebrate the adventure.

Good luck, Marcy! We'll miss seeing you every Friday night at The Stump!

Monday, July 18, 2011

It's Raining Switch Plates

I just filled a HUGE switch plate order for my friend Monet in Denver. Monet and I are kindred spirits in our love of all things old. Understanding that, it was really fun to pick the ingredients for these plates!

This Co-ed Shoe Dressing lid is so fun. I had never done a quadruple switch plate before!

And I put together some singles, too. Including this one with the bake lite finial.

Frozen Charlotte heads - Monet was really excited when I told her I'd incorporate them somehow!

Personalized with a "S".

Got this great cameo in a kitchy shop in Jerome, Arizona.

Las Vegas ash tray from the Cowtown Mallroom!

Snuck in a doll arm . . .

These should be arriving in Denver any day now! Thanks, Monet, for supporting my art and for incorporating so many funky plates in your home!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Pretty Bird

Custom heart for a very sweet, new little baby. I love the little parrot figurine!

Monday, July 11, 2011

Red Red Wine

My latest custom switch plate makes me wish I was on the deck with a glass of wine . . .

It's on it's way to a cabin in Loch Lomond, California, the perfect setting for a glass or TWO of vino.

It was fun mixing the wine and Italian themes for a truly unique and one-of-a-kind little piece of art for a cabin. Enjoy, Lisa!