Sunday, October 30, 2011

Last Chance for the Halloween Sales!

Look, you see this bunny? He's crazy. He want you to use this 25% off coupon code, EVILBUNNIES, or else he's coming after me. He's already drained my car battery and did something to the starter so I had to replace it. At least, I'm pretty sure it was the bunny.

You don't want anything to happen to me do you? No, of course not, because you a sweet wonderful person who loves buying creepy-cute handmade things like Batlings and Pocket Zombies. So start your Holiday shopping early and help a girl out would ya?

*Pssst* come a little closer... TREACLE will get you 20% in my supply/destash shop, StaticWhite. Eyeball beads, coffin boxes, skull beads... hun? *eyebrow wiggle*

xx ~Static

PS - You can find other Halloween sales here, hurry they end tomorrow too. Erm, I feel Evil Bun Bunnee eyes on me again... *eep* got go!

Friday, October 28, 2011

Halloween Sale!

It's almost here.... the best holiday of the year.. 

So to celebrate I am giving anyone that shops in my Etsy Shop 10% off!!!
Please use coupon code: HALLOWEENGIRL 
during check out!
I am off to celebrate my wedding anniversary with the hubby! 
All orders placed will be filled once I return!
Make sure you shop soon as this expires on 11/1/11
So Happy Hauntings and Savings to you all!
LDG Nicole

Monday, October 24, 2011

Shop of the Week:

My name is Dana Hammack, I am a mom, a wife, and all around arts and crafts junkie. I live in Arizona and Day of The Dead Artwork is a very popular style here. As you look thru my little shop you will see a variety of things. It all depends on my mood as to what the finished piece ends up as. I work full time and this is my version of stress release. I hope you like my work and thank you for visiting my shop.

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Monday, October 17, 2011

New Doll...

She's available on Etsy...

Shop of the Week:

DeadMeatDesigns is me, Lily Rollins. I am an international and self taught artist. I am passionate about making creepy and quality items.
DeadMeatDesigns art is inspired by Zombies, Horror Fims, and John Waters.

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Sunday, October 16, 2011

shop update at mealy monster land

has been updated! 
full of slimy snails, undead, crazed birds, and all seeing third eyes.
might be a reaper hanging around too.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Black Velvet Diva Capelet

This is probably the last one I'll do. Trying to get slippery, but lovely, lining onto velvet is a pain in the rear. Hell, anything to do with sewing velvet is a pain! But velvet's so pretty! I know. Sigh. Anywho...

Every diva needs a capelet to ward off the cool night airs! They're absolutely perfect for early Autumn, Spring or cool evenings out on the town. Wear it centered, jauntily toss it over one shoulder, or fold down the collar. You can even wear it stripe side out if the feeling strikes you!

See the listing here for details.

xx ~Static

Evil Bunnies made me do it!

Okay, my arm has been twisted and I was threaten with sharp, pointy carrots. I'm giving 25% off (excluding custom orders) in my main shop, Static White's Stitchery! Where you will find OOAK ornaments, art dolls, unique clothing, accessories, home decor, & more... All created with an artistic eye, stitches like sutures & a wee touch of madness.

Twenty-five percent off! Ebil Bun Bunee commands it.


Coupon code: EVILBUNNIES
Excludes custom request items BUT includes any items already marked down. Ooh. Aah.

Expires: Oct 31st 2011

So hop to it before you miss out! Get it? Hop... evil bunnies... yeah, I need to go to bed.

Night! xx ~Static

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Shop of the Week:

Krystal Fancey Beck (aka the elusive Zombie) is the mad genius creator behind all of the artwork and items on The Zombified. Born in Nova Scotia, Canada, she began drawing and creating as soon as she was physically able. As something of a "serial artist" she experimented and continues in experiment in a wide variety of creative mediums and styles, though ultimately tends to favor drawing in ink. She originally started The Zombified in early 2006 with a rough and now out-of-print run of the first issue of the Hallowhaus, before temporarily closing while she relocated and started working on an intense site and product overhaul, reopening again in late 2008. Today, she lives (roughly) in Houston, Texas with her husband and their four feline cohorts.

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Saturday, October 8, 2011

Unfinished Wood Coffin Boxes

I have added some unfinished wood coffin shaped trinket boxes to my supply shop today! Only three listings worth, two listings of 5 boxes and one listing of 3 boxes, so get them while you can because it's unlikely I'll be getting my hands on more.

Note: They are similar to the image below. All of the boxes I have listed right now have silver tone latches and hinges, not brass. Also, one listing of 5 boxes does not have the rails on the lid as shown here. See the listings for descriptions.


Shipping costs are listed for US, Canada, US & Australia. If you are in an area not listed convo me for the shipping cost.

xx ~Static

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Handpainted Coffin Boxes

The purple coffin box has a victorian feel to it with the black vines on the top and on the sides. Once its opened, there are four skulls that were placed there with modge podge. The inside was painted with a mix of red violet and black paint, making it a purplish black.

The black coffin contains sticker both on the outside as well as inside and once its opened, there are two black glittery bats and was handpainted in red paint.

Both Boxes measure 7x3 1/2 inches.

Thanks for looking!

Giveaway Going On

I am currently giving away this amazing animated Medusa bust on my blog! Winner will be picked this Friday so hurry on over to sign up for your chance to win!

Monday, October 3, 2011

Shop of the Week:

Hi, my name is Melania and I love making jewelry! I have been doing it for more than 10 years. I love to work with resin, glitter, beads, and antiqued silver. I get a lot of inspiration from history, making a lot of Renaissance, Victorian, and pirate-themed pieces. My designs also reflect the two sides of my personality- my dark, skull loving goth side, or my bright, nature loving hippie side. I also love using mythical creatures in my designs, like mermaids, fairies, and dragons. I love to create all sorts of things, and I also make hair clips, trinket boxes, and potion bottles. I am so grateful to be able to do what I love and share it with the rest of the world!

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19th Day Miniatures presents the Headless Horseman, 1/12 scale

Update-now SOLD-My Mom in Law Sherry and I worked very hard on this completely hand-made sculpture from top to bottom. It took us 9 days to make this working as a team. Everything but the wooden base is hand-made. We started out by sculpting free-hand this gorgeous spirit horse, called a Goblin in the original story by Washington Irving as can be read here:
This is our version of the Headless Horseman from this story, which was said was damned Hessian Soldier who would ride through the night searching for heads to slice off with his sword until his own could be found. The flaming pumpkin head was said to be thrown at people. It's the perfect tale of intrigue and fear for the Halloween season :)  Here's our sculpture:

This item just sold and is no longer available for sale.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

EtsyDarkTeam items on Sale!

Here are some great items on sale from the EDT! Don't miss out, find more here. This is just a teaser. Just like last year there will be larger posts of Halloween, Black Friday & Christmas sale, giveaway and promotional goodness.

xx ~Static

Ahoy, matey!

Check out the custom Bloomers I recently finished! I personally love them. This one was a bit of a challenge because the Skulls & Roses cotton print fabric is not easy to come by particularly where I live. Luckily I was able to snag some at a decent price online. Then, I realized I was completely out the black cluney lace I was going to use to trim these. But, hidden away in my lace stash was just enough of the black & white cluney lace you see here. I've had it so long I don't think it's made anymore. At least, I've yet to find more!

Even with the hiccups, or more like thankfully due to the hiccups, I was able to create a great pair of one-of-a-kind bloomers for a wonderfully patient (and repeat) customer!


xx ~Static