I am always adding new items to my shop. You can see the Mardi Gras flag I just got as a gift. Someday I will finish the upstairs too. Probably some kind of séance room.
The wall behind the chair is going to look like "house of blues" style in the future. I went to the house of blues in Las Vegas and it totally gave me so much inspiration on how I want my voodoo shop to look. Very touresty of course.
The gang.. The alligator man was inspired by a similar creation I had seen in a New Orleans Voodoo shop. Baron Samedi in the top hat still needs a bottle of bourbon and a walking stick. The Skeletons were made by Patricia Paul and the carnival mask is by Diane Paone.
Moody photo.. I like to turn off the lights in the room and look into the shop as if I was walking buy..
Tia keeps a watch on here shop.. She is made by Elle Piccolo.. The neon signs were made by Jo and "The Neon Guy" of www.spencersnook.com
Some of these voodoo dolls are available on my web page here:http://evminiatures.tripod.com/voodoo_dolls.htm
Fell in love with the miniature neon signs and I just knew my shop had to be a tourist shop on Bourbon Street.
I was so excited when they put my shop and Tia on the cover of AM. I thought for sure it was to strange for them to even print the article..