Rick from Rick and Morty- Paper Mache Mask

First layer of paste and newspaper going on the beach ball.

This is the shape I made out of cardboard to create Rick's nose.

This is after the third and final base layer of paste and newspaper.

Figuring out what to use for an eye mold. If I would have done anything differently it would have been shaping the eyes manually instead of finding and object use as a mold. 

Adding the shape or contour around the eyes and mouth.....

Eyes are taped on and ready to be officially added. 

Base layer of blue paint just so I can visualize what needed to be added.... 

Added ears and cut out the eye shape. 

Making the mouth a nice clean edge and trying to fix some of the bulgy eye action.

Formed the hair out of an old frozen pizza box. 

Attached the hair with more paper mache and the final product is starting to come through.

Added the teeth.

Old knee high sock was used to create the black mesh so I could see. 

Final coat of flesh tone after the eye lids were added. 

Then it was just the final details like the final coat of blue on the hair, pupils, eyebrow, and the green spit up. 

I know I was a slacker with the rest of the outfit but everyone who know Rick and Morty knew who I was instantly. 

Rosie the Robot Costume- Jetsons

Seriously one of my favorite costumes that I've made..... So good. 

Mouse Wall Hanging - Paper Patter Pieced

Here is a creation I made from a free pattern I downloaded Here: http://quiltinginamsterdam.blogspot.com/.
Finished product:
Made from an unwanted fitted sheet (actually just the scraps remainging from my circle skirt/dress) + 2 x 2" scrap of white canvas for eyes and nose + unwanted, stained, dress pants. + 10% of a skein of grey embroidery floss + 25% of a skein of black embroidery floss.
Process shot:
I know this one will be cherished. Momma collects mice and loves it when her daughter makes things with her in mind. 

Bonus dog pic.....