July 18, 2012

The Winner of the June "Upcycle THIS!" Craft Challenge is...The Laughing Crafter!


Congratulations to Buffy Hall of Laughing Crafter Studio for winning last month's Craft Challenge with a super fun upcycled necktie zombie doggie toy!

How to Make a Zombie Toy for your Dog: Tutorial by Laughing Crafter Studio
Buffy is Etsy Fort Worth's resident smashologist. She breaks things with a hammer - smashes up bits of glass - then puts them together into something new and amazing. Her beautiful mosaic wall crosses are her signature pieces, hand-built in layers featuring glorious fused dichroic glass and rich, warmly glazed patterned clay. 

ceramic and dichroic glass wall cross by LaughingCrafter2 on Etsy
Cobalt and Silver ceramic and dichroic glass wall cross by Laughing Crafter Studio on Etsy

Flame Red Heart ceramic and dichroic glass Wall Cross by Laughing Crafter Studio on Etsy
Flame Red Heart ceramic and dichroic glass Wall Cross by Laughing Crafter Studio on Etsy
Some of the newest additions in the Laughing Crafter Studio shop are what Buffy calls the "Fat Bottom Girl" Vases, like these two lovely metallic bud vases. She wrote a funny little blog post about them here.

"Fat Bottom Girl" ceramic round bud vase by Laughing Crafter Studio on Etsy
"Fat Bottom Girl" ceramic round bud vase by Laughing Crafter Studio on Etsy
"Fat Bottom Girl" ceramic wedge bud vase by Laughing Crafter Studio on Etsy
"Fat Bottom Girl" ceramic wedge bud vase by Laughing Crafter Studio on Etsy



Please take a little time to visit Buffy and Laughing Crafter Studio on the web, and show our creative craft challenge winner a little love ~


Great job, Buffy! 


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Would you like to be featured on our blog?  We hold a Craft Challenge contest every month and the winner gets a dedicated blog post like this one, plus, their button on our sidebar for a whole month! Find out more about our "Upcycle THIS!" Craft Challenges here!  (Are you curious to see what this month's secret craft ingredient is?)


This post was written by Jessica of Bespangled Jewelry. Visit her Etsy shop for beautiful handmade artisan jewelry, or her blog for inspiration, beauty, and goodness!