Tuesday, November 19, 2013

November Full Moon #3

  As soon as the first frost leaves the forest looking as though diamonds have been scattered about a wreath appears on the door of the lucky mushroom house. it's the home of Karl Kringle, second cousin once removed of Kris Kringle and master carver of snowflakes(oops the secret is out.....snowflake prototypes are created by gnome master carvers for Jack Frost)and Karl's are some of the most intricate. If you haven't guessed Christmas is in Karl's blood, he loves everything about the holidays. The stars he carves for the tops of Christmas are delightful all with its own touch of whimsy. If he had his way the holiday season would last year round with an endless supply of steaming hot cocoa and his most favorite cookie, spritz with red sugar sprinkles!
  But alas the season passes, the holiday decorations will be put away only to wait for the most wonderful time of the year to return. And don't be surprised if come spring you see some very famous reindeer grazing in the meadow behind Karl's house or a exhausted elf napping in the hammock.

   Kimberly, I hope you enjoy this wee peek into my imagination and the world of the wee folk. I've added some glitter to the polymer clay I've become friends with again.

  Here's wishing you all a magical, delightful, wonderful holiday season! Full of laughter and cookies!!


Cyn......the tall elf


  1. Super cute and creative as always. I sound like a broken record but you really are amazing with polymer. Add to that your creative writing skills and your stories delight each and every month. Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!

  2. Cute! I love the rolling hills and that wee cottage. I can even hear the smurfs singing on their way home to it!

  3. Anonymous4:29 PM

    Cyn, you really should write a book about your wee folks and make all the pictures out of your clay creatures! So many children would just love to visit this place! (and their parents!!) I like that you don't always show the main character in your stories-then we can make them look like whatever suits our fancy!! Hugs, Beth

  4. Thanks so much everyone! I appreciate the positive feedback....it provides the fuel to keep playing which I intend to do in 2014. I plan to create for no other reasin than to create and to play!! hmmm, A book.....that might be fun Beth!

  5. Anonymous8:37 AM

    My Nov. moon piece is winter perfect! I love the tini winnie wreath hanging on the mushroom door and can get lost amoung the tall trees and dream the day away. Love it Cyn, thank you Kimberly