Sweet and spooky polymer

Jenn McGlon’s sculpted polymer clay Luettes have bits of vintage text added for extra charm. Her sweetly haunted houses are featured in Somerset’s Holidays & Celebrations current issue.

The little village is also part of this month’s SpookyTime Jingles offering. In keeping with spooky, new works are added on the 13th of each month.

SpookyTime is a sales site for like-minded holiday artists gearing up for the season. They say it’s “…where sweet and spooky comingle” and the site could keep you clicking through Halloween and Christmas sculptures for the rest of the day. I like getting an overview of what’s new on their Flickr pool.

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  • reply Anita Brandon ,

    What a fun and charming grouping!

    • reply Alex Mitchell ,

      I love Jenn’s choice of colors, use of text, and vintage look. Great artwork!

      • reply noodle and lou ,

        hooOOOray!!! thank you so much! it is a thrill to be featured!! xox…jenn

        • reply jennifer dedonato ,

          I have bought her creations on Etsy and they are well made and just darn cute! She is very talented…glad to see you featured her.

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