Fairy Queen







I sculpted her from stone clay (as usual!!),painted her with golden acrylics and sealed with matt varnish.Her dress is made from silk and hand beaded(a right pain!),and she also has a little organza shrug jacket with tiny roses.I used silver plated wire and the organza for her wings and satin stitched the edges on my bernina machine.I put lace at her waist and her nails are painted silver.I would like your opinions please.Thanks.P.S. I took my friend RHISSANNAS advice and dressed her in white as she thought it would suit her best and shes right!you can visit her at www.rhissanna.blogspot.com PS.this doll is SOLD

6 comments:

rossichka said...

She's very tender and charming! You made her with love - at least that's what I feel, Patricia - the eyes, the hair-do, the dress with all the details... This colour seems perfect for her. I like the little wings - so, she's an elf, right?:)
What a coincidence! Some minutes ago I sent a link to your post abour Mary Delaney to Maria from www.mariacininha.com in connection with her post about another remarkable woman, who has made a scientific research work, painting flowers - Margareth Mee!...x

faith76 said...

Fantastic!!! Love the detail x

Ron Anger said...

She's lovely Patricia!

delia hornbook said...

You are so clever she is amazing your attention to detail is gorgeous. dee x

Rhissanna said...

Oh WOW! Thank you for the mention and the blog link. That's so sweet of you! I love her long, slender limbs and her gentle face and that all-white outfit makes her glow. She's gorgeous!

craftingwithstyle said...

This is gorgeous Patricia! Makes me think of ice.