Wow - I've just scraped in by the skin of my teeth for this months challenge over on Happy Daze
Had a very busy month with hospital appointments for dear Mr Lottie - so not much time to get to grips with December's theme - but I've done it!!!!!
I absolutely adore Jo Capper Sandon's stamps for Stampotique don't you?
This 'tiny owl' stamp sits on my shelf right in front of me above my computer.
He always looks decidedly 'grumpy' to me in a cute way - and why shouldn't he, he has been rather neglected of late.
I stamped him into polymer clay, and once baked, I painted him with water colours and tried to make the shape look like a thick slice of wood.
(You can buy Jo's Stampotique range of joyous stamps from Happy Daze of course!)
Then on the reverse, I stamped him onto the baked clay, and then give little owl something to look grumpy about in the deep midwinter
He looks especially cold in 'real life' as the snowy branch he is destined to sit on in cold days has a thick layer of snow, and both sides of the pendant have been preserved with Renaiisance Wax which give a really cold glistening shine to the deep midwinter owl, but a lovely warm shiny glow to the autumn owl.
I am looking forward to see what the Happy Daze designers have in store for the January challenge.
Last night if December tonight so I'll take this opportunity to wish you all a very healthy, and happy new year.