Hello and Welcome to my Blog ~ I love art of all kinds. Two of my favorites are polymer clay and paper art. I have shops on Etsy that feature both of my passions. I also love writing my blog and finding artists that have a passion for their craft and feature them. I hope your day is filled with sunshine, laughter and loads of creativity.


Wednesday, June 15, 2011

The Most Unusual Fairy Wings

When I read about these wings, I was stunned! What an unusual
and innovative idea Lisa Owens came up with.


Moth winged fairy

This little fairy has delicate features, especially her wings! Her wings are from a moth found in Drain, Oregon. The wings were treated with a high gloss sealer and added wire on the edging to hold these delicate wings in place.

The wings also come out, so they will not get damaged during shipment. They can and will break under too much bending or pressure, so handle with a delicate hand.

You can see more of Lisa's beautiful creations at:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/67924301/moth-winged-fairy


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Polymer Clay Greeting Card
by Sandy Prenzi

This is not only a greeting card, but a gift as well.

This unique face is also a pendant which I created out of polymer clay and then antiqued. I placed the pendant on a burgundy feather which contrasts well with the botanical design on the vellum. The card stock that I used for this card is forest green.

The pendant also comes with a black ribbon necklace. I will be posting this card in my Etsy Shop today.

2 comments:

Trina (Trina's Clay Creations) said...

Wow, very interesting wings, Lisa Owens does beautiful work. Thanks for sharing!

Love your Pendant, the design is pretty and I especially like how you antiqued it to bring out the design even more. What a fun and unique and greeting card/gift! :)

Jackie said...

Your greeting card/pendant is really cute! I love it!

Jackie