Thursday, March 18, 2010

The View!

Let's see if this works, shall we?


I have NO idea what happened to their hair, but I did make them over a period of time from November of 2008-February of 2009, so probably a year's worth of storage & maybe an over-excited comb got all jiggy together.

This is what they looked like before I sent them out. Snappy, eh?

I'm super excited & honored to have had my puppets GIVEN to these women, let alone used on the show! I hope they use them again and again!!

11 comments:

Kristen said...

Yay! Congrats!

Adrienne said...

I am so glad you found a clip of that! Oh my god it was hilarious, I loved Whoopis face haha. Did they mention your name at all?

staceyrebecca said...

Thanks!

Adrienne, at the very end they had text up that said "promotional consideration provided by Staceyrebecca.etsy.com and Macy's" (I totally got billing higher than Macy's!)
I did have about 10 people find my shop through search engines & varations of "staceyrebecca" & "etsy" :D

kelvinkao said...

Oh wow, that is awesome! (Of course, the puppeteering leaves a little bit to be desired...) And they actually came out looking like the real characters! (Yeah, I call them characters.)

Elli said...

Did you know, that the week before, The View featured a book that I was published in?

So potentially, the View ladies could be sitting with their puppets in their laps, looking at my uterus!

Elli said...
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staceyrebecca said...

Elli! That's fantastic! So Barbara Walters has seen both of our work! SWEET! Overdone exclamation marks!!! Wheee!

Debbie said...

They look like exact clone relicas of their human parents!
Way to go!

DebiDesigns

Elena & Katie said...

Miss Elizabeth was in my office yesterday and showed me the clip from the show, I had the same gut wrench reaction to the puppet E.Hasselbeck as I do to the real thing.

Great job!
-Miss Katie

Nosimad Monston said...

Wow...now that's a sure sign you've 'made it' when your approached about the scale of that project. You sure make it easy to admire the art of puppetry with a video that goes over so well. Nicely done, you've obviously got alot of enthusiasm and talent for the craft. I just created a hobby site http://www.themonstons.com/ that has several puppetry elements and if I can produce on half the level your at one day, i'll consider my venture a victory. Keep up the great work. and congrats again on making it onto 'The View'.

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