Friday, January 1, 2010

Mushrooms Multiply in 2010!

2009 was the year of the mushroom. It was one of my favorite blog topics. Do you remember my magical mushroom tour? It sure would be fun to be out hiking and hunting for mushrooms to photograph right now. The closest I've come lately was pondering which mushrooms to buy for my salad at Kowalski's. And then I made fun of "the mushroom lady" and her clay garden mushrooms. They sold like hotcakes on the art fair circuit. Now here I am posting my own mushroom crafts. I put my "inspiration" mushroom on my header. And then I posted a photo guide to making your own Christmas shrooms. Of course you need to know how to sew in order for the magic to begin. I hope you don't remember the post when I made fun of crafts. But these are cool right?


































11 comments:

DUTA said...

Very cool. I've clicked on the photos to enlarge them and I'm very impressed with your "mushroom craft".

Happy New Year!

DJan said...

Lovely! At first I couldn't figure out (in the creation process) how they would work, but looking at them on the tree, well, they are perfect!!

Cindy said...

Very cool mushrooms.
cindy

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I love these mushrooms!!!!!
We have some magic mushroom too that I see little itty bitty people sleeping in them.
Love
tweedles

barb bjornson said...

Sharon, you amaze me with all your talents. Not only a great illustrator/artist but also a great crafter!!!! :o) I love these mushrooms! I do enjoy seeing everything you create.

Cocorue said...

awwwww Sharon, what lovely mushrooms .....

chikisses
coco

AL said...

Now I can see the finished product and yes I say BRAVO!!

Happy new year to you, your family and kitties, Sharon!

AL

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

windie said...

I love your art. Your mushrooms remind me of Alice in Wonderland.

Amy Cerny Vasterling said...

Be careful how you market these.lol These are really fun!

You could try selling them at i like you in NE mpls.

Mary said...

These are really cute!