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A little Bling for Christmas! An original sculpture in the works...

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Cuttin’ & sewin’!

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Angel gets her wings innocent

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Things are getting a little spooky at Lorelie Kay Designs!jack_o_lantern

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How to capture a mermaid! Casting resin...

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Resin was one of the first mediums I ever worked with and still one of my favorite!

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Always good to have somewhat of a plan before you start cutting china!

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Looks like somewhat of a plan! I just blow where the wind takes me when creatingblush

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Brewing up a little "poison" in the studio!

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One part of the creating process that is necessary but not so fun! Cleaning and polishing soldered pieces...

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Pouring resin; Always a fun sticky adventure!

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Creating more Halloween goodies. It will be here before we know it!

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The first step to making one of a kind ornaments starts with the head!

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Designing handbags is my idea of a fun night!

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The making of a miniature Wonderland!

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Painting a pumpkin!

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The making of an artist!

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Creating the world's smallest spun cotton doll! OK, well I can't back up that claim, but is has to be ONE of the smallest! grin

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A bride now ready for her wedding day!

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A Marie in the making!

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Some tiny dancers ready for hair...

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Sewing tiny clothes for a tiny doll!

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Handmade frozen charlotte earrings deserve handmade sterling silver ear wires!

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No animals where harmed in the making of my circus! A lighted art doll assemblage.

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Binding a miniature mixed media book!

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Working with resin three things are for sure; It is always messy, always unpredictable and always fun! Lots new resin creations listed!

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The bunnies are multiplying! New Easter Spring goodies have arrived!

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A mermaid gets her tail! A new one of a kind teapot in the making...

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Sculpting a jewelry box fit for a queen!