Witch Potato Mashers

October 21st, 2008 in member junk     
saclark saclark, member
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Bear with me everyone.  This is the first time I'm posting a picture on the new website.  I've been into making people out of old potato mashers.  I made this witch for Halloween.  It was part of the package that I sent out to Kari for our wonderful junk swap.  I made an angel for Cynthia using her grandson's face.  Now I'm working on a Santa masher.  Should be fun if I can figure out how to do his hair.      //*<*\\


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk

Comments (17)

vanj writes: just goin through the old pics and came across this. HOW DARN CUTE!!! love it Posted: 7:39 am on March 21st
saclark writes: A snowman sounds so cute! Hmmmm. I'm really gonna have to think about that one!

Sharon Posted: 9:33 am on October 26th
chelseak524 writes: That's so cute! I have a snowman made out of an old masher. Posted: 1:47 pm on October 24th
saclark writes: Thanks again for all of your compliments. I really missed all of the support you all give. I've been so busy trying to keep up with items for the store I sell at that I was kind of in hybernation. But, I was having withdrawals so I'm back. I'll post more mashers when I catch my next breath! And look forward to seeing all of your wonderful creations. Thanks again!!!

Sharon Posted: 10:26 pm on October 22nd
Meadowview_Farm writes: Yea Sharon...you are here!!!
As the proud owner of one of these witch mashers - have to say "Boo-tiful!!" - just wish the artist would have autographed it:0)
Kari Posted: 5:27 pm on October 22nd
Chovey writes: Go girl!! I knew you could do it!! woohooo!!
cynthia Posted: 4:15 pm on October 22nd
LuAnn writes: Sharon:

Thanks for the scoop on how to make these. Will have to try these as I have a multitude of mashers. And YES it's getting colder up here. Doesn't seem too bad if the sun's shining. Talk soon

LuAnn Posted: 3:09 pm on October 22nd
georgiamoon writes: I love potatoes, I love mashed potatoes, but I love your potato masher witch even more...and THAT is saying a LOT!!! she is so friggin' (can I say that?) CUTE!!! LOVE HER!! Great job, geo Posted: 2:54 pm on October 22nd
DeniseS writes: You have such a cute imagination. Would love for you to post your Santa when you figure out how you want to make him. Posted: 1:20 pm on October 22nd
shabbychick writes: She's adorable, in a witchy sort of way - how creative! Can we see some more of your little "spud" mashers?

Kathy Posted: 11:02 am on October 22nd
junkin4fun writes: Very cute. Thanks for sharing.

Robin Posted: 10:31 am on October 22nd
saclark writes: Thanks everyone! It's really fun to come up with the different ideas on these. (Hey LuAnn- how's things up by you. Adrian is getting COLD!) I made this type of face using a push mold and paper clay. Instead of scraping off the back to be flat, I keep it rounded, like a head would be, then stick a wooden dowel in it. This type of clay just air dries, no baking. If you want hair on it, I stick wires in it before it dries to attach it to. Paint, antique and whallah, a head. On the angel masher that I used in my member profile, I just used a round wooden ball I took off something and glued a face on it. Either is cute. The clay is a little more work. Posted: 9:52 am on October 22nd
PaintedShed writes: Super cute! Love that face. Posted: 9:19 am on October 22nd
suewhitney writes: She's adorable! What a creative idea. Thanks so much for putting a smile on my face this early morning.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 6:32 am on October 22nd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I love the hair and the flowing ribbon. What a "smashing" success!

Candy Posted: 6:18 am on October 22nd
LuAnn writes: Sharon:

Scarry witch. Love what you and Cythia have done to make these projects. Could you post how you made the faces? Great piece. Keep your pics coming.

LuAnn Posted: 4:53 am on October 22nd
KimberlyMelamed writes: Great job posting your pics! I adore this witch. She looks as though she is ready to fly!


Hope to see more,
Kimberly Posted: 10:25 pm on October 21st
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