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Arizona’s Kaity O’Shea has a long term love affair with octopuses and her tentacle heart necklace begins our week of love. Kaity sells smaller items on her Etsy site (Killer Tentacle Octopus) and shows her commissions and larger pieces like this Killer necklace with matching earrings (fake gauges) and bracelet on her Deviant and Tumblr pages.

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She also posted some in-progress shots and shows her glow-in-the-dark octopi on Deviant. The Comic and Anime communities share Kaity’s tender feelings for tentacles and she has a growing fan base there. Thanks to Carol Simmons for prodding me to look at this unusual polymer work.

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  • reply Andrea Victoria Paradiso ,

    Katie, I checked you out on Etsy and FB. You have a great, great look going here! Amazing color choices for your customers and your large necklaces are incredible! But…I love this necklace the most. I admit, I do not care to wear hearts, but this one is so delicate and the lavender is just my color. Congratulations on being featured and much luck to you!

    • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

      I’ve been admiring fake guages like hers since I first saw them–maybe this is a good day to head into the newly cleaned studio and try my hand…..you can never have too many tentacles, right?

      • reply Judith ,

        I’m sorry. Different strokes for different folks I guess. Ewwwwww.

        • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

          Those are friggin’ AmaZinG!!!! I’ve seen a lot of polyclay tentacle stuff but NONE have the detail that these have. Good stuff! Love these posts =)

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