More Mashers!!

October 24th, 2008 in member junk     
saclark saclark, member
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These were my very first.
Angel Masher
Mancave Angel Masher
(men need to be watched over, too!)
 
The newest addition:  Santa Mashers
These were my very first.

These were my very first.


Here are a few more potato mashers I gave life to.  It's alot of fun to try to come up with different ideas.  And everyone seems to get a kick out of them.


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (11)

lingillen writes: I love these Santas and the witches. Can you tell me where I can get the faces for the Santas that are glued onto the wooden balls? Very cute. Thanks, -Lin Posted: 9:47 am on September 17th
saclark writes: Thanks for all of the great comments! (When my boss saw them, he asked me what kind of drugs I'm on. Hee Hee) A little imagination goes a long way.

The molds do have the faces right on them. When I antique them, it brings the features out. I found a Santa face mold this weekend and will be trying that out soon. On the regular faces I glue on, I bought a CD on Ebay that has hundreds of old pictures. Kind of expensive but I've already gotten my moneys worth out of it. That is where I've gotten most of the faces. If anyone needs any, I'd be glad to email some to you. Just let me know!!

Sharon Posted: 3:08 pm on October 28th
csudderth writes: These are soooo cute. Each one has so much personality. Wouldn't these be wonderful for each member of the family on the mantel? Love them!
Christy Posted: 9:02 pm on October 27th
csudderth writes: These are soooo cute. Each one has so much personality. Wouldn't these be wonderful for each member of the family on the mantel? Love them!
Christy Posted: 9:02 pm on October 27th
KimberlyMelamed writes: Ok Sharon, I am trying to wrap my head around the faces too. Do the clay molds already have a 'face' in them or do you have to print them out and put them on? And where do you find the faces to print out? I just have to know every nitty gritty detail don't I. Thanks for sharing these with us. They are wonderful! Posted: 3:44 pm on October 27th
shabbychick writes: Your mashers are so darned cute and creative! Makes me smile!

Kathy Posted: 11:40 am on October 27th
Chovey writes: Oh, I just love these!

The more I look at them, the more I see different things. I just noticed the safety pin arms...tooooo cute!!!
cynthia Posted: 7:06 pm on October 26th
saclark writes: Thanks everyone! I took the Santa mashers to the store yesterday and everyone just lost it. I really enjoy when my items put a smile on someone's face. Georgia- The faces in the first three pictures are made from paper clay using push molds. The Santa faces are just pictures glued to round wood balls. The clay faces are much more time consuming but really have much more character. Thanks again all!

Sharon Posted: 9:30 am on October 26th
georgiamoon writes: All of these are so darling but how do you get those lovely faces??? I adore them, I think a cowboy would be cute cuz it looks like they are bow-legged! Haha, georgia Posted: 1:31 pm on October 25th
suewhitney writes: Very cute. The Santa mashers crack me up...love them!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:28 am on October 25th
LuAnn writes: These too are charming. Love the santa's.

LuAnn Posted: 7:47 am on October 25th
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