I got the most awesome paper doll from nightlight. Behold, Leon!
He looks pretty innocuous and then BAM
nightlight suggested he can do some nifty ballet steps, so we tried it:
He was drawn by pen and ink, and then scanned and colored in Adobe Illustrator, then printed and laminated. He's absolutely fantastic, and if any of you haven't seen The Professional, you really should.
I put him to work guarding my house plants. Thank you nightlight!
Okay, here are more pictures of Baba Yaga's house, and the rest:
The card I made for calixita. This is the scariest chipmunk I could think of.
Okay, now please witness and be jealous of all of my lovely goodies from calixita!!! First, the card and wrapping. The ribbons are super cute.
Check out this AMAZING little forest scene! Complete with a skeleton rabbit and a skeleton deer (shrinky-dinks I think) and even a little hidden stash of bones. It's awesome!
Also by shrinky-dink, check out this wonderful little Headless Horseman pendant necklace! Complete with skull charm! And it came in this cute little paper Red-Riding-Hood basket.
Next this fabulous tree silhouette candle holder. I'm loving the tree theme in this package. This is perfect because I bought a whole bunch of tea lights at Halloween, but didn't have an excuse to use them yet.
And my favorite of all, this absolutely fantastic raven/tree bookmark. I adore everything about it!
Thank you thank you thank you for being an amazing swap partner, calixita! This was wonderful.
Check out this great card that gozer made for my Movie Poster theme. Haha, I can't decide if I'd go see "Laundry: the movie" but I do love the poster! Gozer, your ATCs are always such beautiful colors.
I received bookmarks from both of my lovely partners after my long return trip from Vermont. Yay!
She chose to make the tree of Gondor, plus tucked in a few other things I like. (Especially those colors! Beauty!)
And the card it came with, that I'll also use as a bookmark.
And this is from our lovely organizer. I've never gotten a bookmark like this one, Wizards_Pupil, but I love how the end tucks around the spine of a paperback. I managed to somehow not capture it in the pictures, but the little orange rectangle is a mini polymer clay book!
Thanks for my bookmarks! I had a hard time taking pictures because I had already put them to use.