McGlon’s lighthearted Halloween

Jenn McGlon of Noodle and Lou Studio takes a lighthearted approach to Halloween. Her polymer clay witches have style and sass without scare. Who could be afraid of witches in polka dot hats?

We last visited her in July. Her signature little house sculptures, Lulettes, have taken on fall colors and themes. I always spend a little time listening to Jenn’s music and leave her site feeling hip and snappy.

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  • reply Chris ,

    Love the little witches. Such an inspiration. Makes me want to wade into my black and orange clay and do scary stuff.

    • reply noodle and lou studio ,

      ooooh my gosh! I have just discovered your site and am so thrilled to have been featured!! thank you so very much. xoxox…jenn

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