Watch Factory Steampunk Parker

Posted on July 30, 2012 in Parker by Katie Oskin



Watch Factory Steampunk Parker StoryBook Scene by KatersAcres

Last week we did something unprecedented, we released two Parker StoryBook scenes. This is unusual for me, but I have so many cute scenes waiting to come to life and be adopted that I want to make sure that my fans, customers, & friends are able to appreciate these cute new scenes!

This Parker StoryBook Scene has a really cute story to share. His story begins deep in the woods of Kater’s Acres…

Steampunk Polymer Clay Pet Rocks by KatersAcres

On his journey through the deep and dark woods, Parker found an old abandoned watch factory. It was buried behind a dark mossy old brick wall, with cobwebs, spiders, moss, & vines guarding the entrance. But as Parker approached, he noticed something else. The watch factory looked small, resembling a watch face. But when he opened the watch face door, a wide expanse was before him that went on for over 100 yards! There were clogs, gears, watch hands, & watch faces everywhere amidst the cobwebs and dust. Parker stumbled around a bit looking for some things to take back to the village to prove that indeed he was there and that such a rare find existed deep within Kater’s Acres woods.

Parker must have explored that watch factory for hours.  But, as he left he noticed something unique, sitting outside the entrance to the factory were these adorable steampunk pet rocks. Apparently these were the workers of the old watch factory. Some of these fellows had worked there for years, making watches, turning gears, and assembling faces. The brick-brack on the top of the factory was reminiscent of an ancient kind of magic that was sure to have once made this clock faced door tell the real time many years ago. But one thing was sure, Parker would come back to have more adventures here.

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2 Comments for this entry
Jill Q
July 30, 2012

I keep thinking you’ve created the cutest Parker ever … and then you go and top yourself!!!

July 30, 2012

AW! Thank you Jill. You are SO sweet. I appreciate your sentiment.


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