Monday, April 14, 2008

Can there be too much bat stuff?

Wow. I was totally lazy this weekend. I turned into a mushroom and hid from the sunlight.
Lazy Bat
Like this bat that should be out finding bugs to eat and seeing its bat friends, but instead he just hangs around and feels sleepy and bored...

The "in progress" bats were completed a few days ago, and I have been lazily posting them to my Etsy shop.
A lot of Stuffy Bats
Some of them are sold already. Bye!

And one little guy was the first item I added to my brand new iCraft shop! OOOH, new Canadian online craft site. I get so few Canadian buyers, I thought this might help me find a few more. I still wrestle with the term "craft" though. I think it still has a negative connotation to me. As in macaroni art. Also I hate it when people do crafts on TV and exclaim "Its so easy, anyone can do i!" No, only I can do it. WELL. hee hee.

I have one more bat I am working on, and an adventure in silk screening (which I really suck at.) But first I have to redye my hair pink. I have my priorities. haha


  1. well, how lazy can you have been if you made that new bat piece? so cute! will it be a print in your shop?

    i know what you mean about hiding from the sun though. some days i don't even leave our place! but saturday was icky outside so we had an excuse.

    thanks for the aceo love.

  2. The bat will probably won't be a print. Its just a little doodle really...

    So did anyone buy them yet??

  3. Oh noOoo! my wee collection of your bats missed their chance to get a white buddy! I'm gonna have to be more vigilant reading your journal! hehe.

  4. I love your new bats! They look great! Did you paint the nose and mouth on?

  5. The little bat noses and mouths are stitched in thread then a tiny bit of blush is added to them.

  6. i think your doodle would make a great print!

    no, so far no aceo buyers. i wish more people would buy my art dammit! :)

    looking forward to seeing your silkscreening adventures.