Star or Starfish Tile
I thought this would make a great insert piece for either nautical pieces with swirling waters or skyscapes with starry nights.
Falling Leaf Tile
Again, for my love of trees and in celebration of the coming fall, I made this tile in the summer of 2012. It's a lovely decorative piece that would be great as accent pieces within flat tile or as a delicate wall ornament or good luck charm. With it comes the changing of seasons and hope for new beginnings.
Bird's Nest Tile
This little tile is a lovely, chunky little piece. The nest pops out around 7/8 of an inch thick with the branch and leaves background. It too would make a lovely insert piece or, because of it's texture, would make a great addition to a child's room.
Buddha Belly Tile
My dad use to have a golden Buddha statue that his father brought back from China in the 1940's. I grew up rubbing his belly for good luck. That statue has since disappeared somewhere but going through old pictures I found one of it and decided to make this little tile to always remember it.
Baby Sea Turtle Tile
No real personal story here (unless you count the love of The Neverending Story), but who doesn't love a snail? All that texture and cuteness, minus the slime trail. So here you go...a tiny snail for you.
Oak Tree Mini Tile
Another ode to my favorite southern beasts with stars to boot! I love this little tile and there's not more to be said that wasn't already said about it's cousin, the 4x4 Oak Tree Tile.
My Bear Tile
This little bear is for any of the child at hearts out there, the dreamers, the wishers, the snugglers and keepers of things so sacred. And yes, I do still keep my teddy bear close.
Suzy & Molly Tile
We grew up with pet mice. We had cats too and gerbils, but these little mice were kind of my and my sister's very own pets. Suzy was my first mouse and Molly was my sister's. And yes, we had about 9 different ones over the years. We loved them dearly and this tile is for all those pet lovers
of creatures great and small.
This tile could be a caterpillar or an inch worm. Both remind me of childhood things, such as the Hungry, Hungry Caterpillar (Eric Carle: one of the greatest children's book authors ever!) and this little pop up book I had where I practically broke it playing with this little inch worm that
could move. He bumps
along in the grass and brings
whimsy to any household.