Its a joint effort with my mom. She does a lot of sourcing the materials."
With the slim -- it's always been a Halloween party activity. Now the slime is an internet sensation. We decided to follow the hipsters, and sell our own slime. Our slime isn't gooey, or sticky. The texture is a perfect mixture of elastoviscosity."
Not all dragons are from volcanoes, I have water dragon eggs, ice dragon eggs, garden dragon eggs, kitchen dragon eggs, junk yard dragon eggs."
When asked what's the most difficult part of the process, Naomi says, "For the eggs -- it's got to be the paper mache. It's such a long process. Waiting for the paper mache to dry, another difficult process.
With the slime, the colour changing slime is the difficult one. The slime has to be at the right temperature to change. Until the slime reaches the perfect temperature, it will not change colour. In that case, a bowl of warm water speeds that process along."
When asked what her favourite piece of work that she's created is, Naomi responds, "The Chaos Egg Series. Glue, gems, splotches of paint. Those eggs are always the first to be sold. There is no planning, no care, its just how the glue, gems and paint come together.
With the Slime -- people of all ages like the feel of the slime. It doesn't feel, act, or look like SNOT. People love the colour-changing slime -- it's so different. But the slime is a difficult one to produce. We encourage the slime to change colour by keeping it warm. Once it gets to its new home- it doesn't always behave.
The Glow-in-the-Dark Slime! That is a great hit.
With the dragon eggs. Its nice when people pick up the eggs, and tell us what kind of dragon they think it might be from."
When not creating, Naomi says she is "going to school, doing homework, playing on the computer, or doing some camping." You can meet Naomi Day at Mark Street United Church on Sept 1st, between 10 and 2.