Badgers, Bears, Bunnies, Cats, Chipmunks, Dogs, Foxes, Frogs/Toads, Mice, Moles, Raccoons and Sheep
|Badger from Wind in the Willows|
|Wall Street Journal Bear reading humorous news of the bear market.|
There are many available bunnies. Carvings include bunny backpackers, bunnies with carrots, mica wing bunny angels with carrot earrings, a gardener bunny, as well as bunny magnets and ornaments. They seem to have hopped away from the photography session, more photos soon!
|Pins mixed with Halloween magnets for a holiday display|
|Designed last Christmas, as a custom ornament/magnet for a family with a cat famous for catching mice. So popular it has become one of the regulars. It makes a great gift to order a cat magnet custom painted to look just like someone's cat. There is no extra charge for the custom painting.|
|Tee-shirt characters come with a variety of sayings. They can also be customized with a child or pet's name, or saying of your choice.|
|Brand new, the chipmunk artists are three inches tall. I have two: the one shown, and a chubby right hander wearing just a smock over his fat little belly. Also, not shown, inspired by the chipmunk artists, I have a new series of wonderful chipmunk magnets.|
There are so many types of dogs, no matter which ones I did, people would always want a different breed, so I only do dogs as custom orders.
A surprise Christmas gift to parents who in retirement had undertaken to backpack every major peak in the White Mts. with their two very beloved dogs, Nob and Jeb. The daughter sent me photos of the dogs, a description of their personalities, and even a sample Frisbee. One dog was a Frisbee fanatic, and is carved holding the Frisbee. The other dog was the one who always led the way is carved holding a map of the White Mts. The parents were absolutely delighted.
|Duck and the Foxy Gentleman from The Tale of Jemima Puddle Duck|
|Jeremy Fisher Frog from The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher|
|Snowman magnet displayed with two chorus mice sculptures.|
|Dad or Grandpa pulls little mouse in a red wagon. Wagon is 1 1/4" x 3/4". One of a kind.|
|Mice with cat pull toy. Pull toy measures 3/4"x 1/2". Little wheels turn. Meticulously detailed.|
|Valentine Magnets. Heart can be customized.|
|Brand new! Artist mice, in two sizes. The larger, 3 1/2 inches tall, the smaller, 2 1/2 inches. I have two of the larger artists, both left handed, and six of the little ones.|
BBQ King Magnet. Also comes in a chef version.
|Financier/Stock Broker. The Wall St. Journal Mouse. Wood newspaper had readable articles. Back of paper left blank to add customized articles.|
Little Baker with hot mitts and metal muffin tin. 2 1/2" to 3" tall.
"Georgia Mouse". A custom carving, commissioned as a gift for the grandmother of 3 1/2 year old Georgia. (there is a great story behind this one, which I hope to have up soon on the "custom carvings" page.)
|Leprechaun with pipe and pot of gold coins.|
|A pair of St. Patrick's Day magnets.|
|The Passover mice collection. Little matzos are made using a wood burning pen on birch bark that I gather from downed trees in my woods.|
Downhill and X-country skiers. Can be ordered made with outfits to match that of recipients.
The banner on the base reads "There is Magic in Books". Book, banner, and underside of mushroom are painted to glow in the dark.
|The Mayflower Girl Music Box. Featured in articles in New England Crafts Connoisseur, New Hampshire Magazine, and most recently Craft Report (Aug. 2003). I am currently working on a Pansy Girl music box.|
|Mole from the Wind in the Willows. By popular demand! At last a smaller version of sweet faced Mole. This face was so very popular it inspired the look of the Mayflower Girl (above). Also available, a larger lady mole in a bonnet and lovely Springtime clothes with this expression.|
Photos coming soon.
|Cook. Sheep reading "The Joy of Cooking, vegetarian edition". Wall sculpture 18" high. Also available as a black sheep.|
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