Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Fairy Boxes

My fairy boxes are 4.5cms sq and have a tiny scroll with a fairy name inside the lid of the box. They are £8 each. I do love seeing just how small I can make these !

The Making of Mermaids

I use the tiniest sequins I can find for my mermaid brooches and they like the fairy pins are also lacquered for long wearability.


Just for a change here's another mythical creature. My mermaid brooches come in a 6cm wide treasure chest complete with a sea shell and are £15.

Fairy Pin

These fairy pins are 9cms long and the fairy is lacquered so that no fraying happens in the wearing of it. She is £12.

Fairies in Waiting

Mo other frustration with this blog is that I can't seem to find a a way of interspersing my text and photos ( the text stacks up on itself and so do the photos. ) The only way round it is to keep publishing a new post - anybody out there who can help ?!
Anyway back to the fairies - all are waiting for the Christmas rush although I do love the feeling of having them horded away in their tissue paper and it's always hard to let them go when the time comes to unwrap them. I have selection of colours on everything if anyone wants to do an early bit of Christmas shopping ! These ones are 7cms high and are £5 each.

Autumn colours

Autumn colours

Haven't posted for a while as I've had my head down working towards Christmas Open Houses, only to find that there are still six weeks to go until I show in the Dragonfly House, which is my main venue - have I peaked too early I ask myself ?! Angie and Marc Bonnel open their lovely house for two week ends in December and four in May as part of the Brighton festival and we grateful artists display our work and we get to talk to the people buying our work which is a nice change from showing ones work in shops or galleries.We artists also get to catch up with each other which is also a plus after working away in a garret for months !