I recently finished this new cactus flower and tarantula repeat pattern and I’m pretty excited about all the projects I have lined up for it—including a few different collaborations With other artists and makers, some possible clothing items as well as some new custom notebooks! I was definitely trying to channel vintage grandma with a touch of spooky, how’d I do? I’m going to be sending out a newsletter in the next few days announcing a few of the new goodies and their early presale times (special for newsletter subscribers). You can sign up on my website in my bio! Thank you! 🕷💛🕷💛🕷
My A. geniculata, Stephanie, moments after taking her first cricket in my house! I'd heard that her kind can be voracious eaters and she is definitely no exception. It's so intriguing to watch her walking in little circles with her meal.
My tiny pretty runt... 🤷♀️ I got this one more than a year ago and it doesn't seem to be growing pretty much at all. It was L1-2 when I bought it and now it's L6 but probably even smaller than 3cm legspan. I usually never saw it and only found parts of the molt so I decided to rehouse it and check what's up. It was kept in a small cup and I usually only use that size up until L3-4 max so I was pretty surprised to see how small it was. Second day of rehousing and it was in a death curl 😑😒 maybe the stress caused it to start shutting down but I raised humidity a lot though it wasn't any different than in the old enclosure and few days after I saw it made a burrow and started webbing around. I don't know if it survives and I don't think I ever saw it eating but hoping for the best and that the new environment would change it for the best.
A handsome boy! A clever boy! A boy of many talents! 💗❤ Sparkle, my pamphobeteus sp machala, having their first feed after moulting a few weeks ago.
Looking stunning my son 😭👌 #tarantula