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Misty on Jun 8, 20175 out of 5 stars
Gorgeous! By far one of the more impressive pieces I've ordered! Couldn't be more please! Elegant craftsmanship and excellent attention to detail. Even included spare chain parts to ensure a prefect fit. Communication was oon point and delivery was timely. Full recommendation.
Reviewed by Inactive on Feb 16, 20165 out of 5 stars
one of the most awesome purchases I have ever made! arrived safely and seller is the most amazing :D will always buy from this shop THANKS! :D
Tricia on Jan 21, 20165 out of 5 stars
I LOVE Rod, my alien slug! He is perfect. The owner was very nice and it shipped fast. Thanks!
Jason on Mar 27, 20155 out of 5 stars
To say this piece is fantastic is an understatement! I couldn't have asked for anything more amazing and perfect. Thank you!
Scarlet on Feb 24, 20155 out of 5 stars
Very cute, exactly as described, thanks 😊
Jacob on Feb 18, 20155 out of 5 stars
It got to me in time i loved it an so did my valentine's thank you very much!
Tracy on Feb 4, 20155 out of 5 stars
The bracelet is fantastic! Only took just over a week to get it :-) Looks every bit as awesome as the photo! Thanks so much! Much love for such a wonderful talented lady :-D
Stephen on Dec 18, 20145 out of 5 stars
This was a gift for my girlfriend and she absolutely loved it.
Juan on Dec 12, 20145 out of 5 stars
Arrived in reasonable time, and the quality is great. I bought this as a birthday gift for my girlfriend and she loves it. An amazing job overall.
Made with Madness!
Kimberly Ann Hart, the madness behind what she calls Monster Kookies, is a sculptor of strange, unusual, and wearable objects that are completely hand-sculpted from polymer clay and various found objects. From anatomical hearts featuring industrial components to luscious cupcakes being infested by gruesome tentacles, she makes sure to add a little bit of insanity to each of her creations.
By far, her most popular creation is the Industrial Heart Collection, which features small 1 1/2” tall anatomically correct hearts that are each hand-sculpted from polymer clay with the addition of watch parts and other metal objects. They are finished with mica powders and a dark patina to give them the look of a very convincing worn metal. Currently, there are 130+ unique Industrial Heart designs, and that number continues to grow as she adds a new additions to the collection. Much of her Industrial-inspired work is a favourite to create – especially her Mechanical Birdies and MechOwlies, in which each figure is completely one-of-a-kind.
Born in 1987, Kimberly has spent most of her life in the small town of Goderich, located on the shores of Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada. In her late teens, she decided to trade the small town setting for the bustling city of Toronto. For the few years that she spent in the city, she attended George Brown college to learn about the culinary and pastry arts – this most likely explains the “tasty” side of her clay work. In her spare time, she developed a liking for polymer clay, and spent most of her time sculpting in her quaint basement studio, eating copious amounts of falafels, and absorbing the rich and diverse culture of the city. Beyond high school art class, Kimberly is completely self-taught in the art of sculpting and has found that the best way to learn is to just dive in, head first.
Kimberly Hart aka Kookie
Kimberly currently resides in her hometown of Goderich, where she lives with her partner, Jason, and two rambunctious bunnies.
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Returns & exchanges
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Frequently asked questions
Are your items suitable for children?
My sculptures and chainmaille are not suitable for younger children, given their tiny parts and choking hazard.
My sculpted jewellery and figurines should be treated as miniature art sculptures, because that is exactly what they are.
Chainmaille bracelets and fidget toys are suitable for older children, given they are responsibly handled. Under extreme stress and use, fidget toys and bracelets can wear over a long period of time, however I am perfectly happy to repair it if need be.