Day of the Dead November 1-3

Day of the Dead Skull

Day of the Dead Skull

Day of the Dead, also known as All Saints’ Day, is a three-day Mexican holiday to honor and celebrate loved ones who have died. It is also celebrated in many parts of the world, which directs honor and reverence towards one’s ancestors. Day of the Dead art is symbolized with smiling skulls in kaleidoscope colors,  psychedelic decorations and detailed designs. Beautifully adorned skulls are a tradition for the festive celebration and have become well recognized around the world.

These are a few that I have designed with polymer clay.

Day of the Dead Skull

Day of the Dead Skull

Day of the Dead Skull

Day of the Dead Skull

New Faces

Goddess of Serenity

Goddess of Serenity

I’ve been working on some new faces. I get started and I just can’t stop.

This first one is the Goddess of Serenity with a golden and white headdress and Swarovski elements for eyes.

This second one is a Steampunk Pilot profile with a Swarovski element eye, handcrafted and painted.

The third one is a art nouveau style with a kaleidoscope background and flowing hair, also handcrafted and painted with Swarovski element for her eye.

The fourth one is a pirate wench with a large brimmed hat with a feather and Swarovski elements for her eyes.

Aviator with goggles

Lady Steampunk Pilot

L120 L121A