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...the home of “Singing and Dancing Mice & Humorous Frogs!”.

Where “Original Designs” of patterns and soft sculpture characters come to life..…

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Friday, June 29, 2012

EHAG~Emporium...June 30th

This Month on the EHAG~Emporium
In the misty and dreary town of Catswallow lives a reclusive and sour olde cat witch, "Sister Bitter-root".  The town's residents always avoid walking by her gloomy house, mostly because it just scares the be-jeezus out of them, but Sister Bitter-root can also be a challenge to talk to.  Her mind wanders and is often occupied with conjuring hidden spells and incantations and no one wants to be around when one comes together! 


"Sister Bitter-root" is the newest in my 2012 line of witchy cats!  She is made from painted muslin and clay.  Her face is painted fabric with a clay nose, ears and muzzle.  "Sister Bitter-root" stands 13" tall and is mounted on top of a rusty jar lid.  She is wearing a vintage taffeta dress with a black cheese cloth overlay.  Her hat is wool felt with rusty wire accents and she has a distressed tulle collar.  She wears a glass skeleton bead at her throat and carries a clay pumpkin on her pos-able arms.  "Sister Bitter-root" would be a wonderful addition to anyone's Halloween or Cat collection!  


Be sure to check out all the incredible Halloween treasures this month at the "EHAG~Emporium".....

4 comments:

WoolenSails said...

I absolutely love her, your pieces are always so unique and so full of character.

Debbie

maddyrose said...

Pam, I love Sister Bitter-root, she's a real hoot!! Your introduction was great and once again you've worked your magic.

Wendy Simon said...

So special. Love her. Thanks for sharing.

Ana Correia said...

So glad I found your blog, beautiful caracters you do,just magic...congrats