Monday, December 14, 2009

Busy little elf!

Ti's the Season!
If this doesn't say it all. I have one word for my days activity "BUSY"! I have been working like crazy filling orders and creating for the Holiday season. I haven't had much spare time, not even to blog. I wanted to check in and say HELLO to everyone. I have managed to step out to get some of the holiday shopping done and enjoy all of the holiday craziness. I actually love all of the people and the Christmas decorations. I can't believe it though, I actually seen bathing suits out the other day! I am not ready for summer yet, we haven't even gotten through the holidays.

Well, for me it is one thing at a time. Here is some of my recent works of art and things I have recently shipped out.


I hope you all have a great day and remember smiles are contagious so spread one today! :o)

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Checking the Christmas list!

Not once, but twice!

It really doesn't matter how many times you check the list, if your looking for one of these little guys you'll be looking well past the holiday season! I am actually ashamed to say I didn't know anything about these crazy little hamsters, until my mom had filled me in on them. How did I miss this one? After all I do have a nine year old! Unfortunately, these little guys will not be under our tree this year! Everywhere you go the shelves are empty, and "well" forget getting one online the prices are astronomical. This cute little toy retails for under $10 and are now going for $60 on the secondary-market sites like Amazon and Ebay. If this does not bring back memories of the old "Cabbage Patch Kids". Ok, now I am just dating myself. I remember wanting one of those crazy dolls so bad and there were several christmas' in a row that they were un-touchable.

As soon as I started looking into these Zhu Zhu pets, I myself couldn't help falling in love with them. With names like Mr. Squiggles, Pipsqueak and Num Nums they scoot and coo like real pets. The kids can add accessories like a car, skateboard and a wheel to their own little hamster world.

We can only hope that Santa will be ever so gracious to slide one under our tree. "Hey", grown ups can wish too can't they!