Monday, October 9, 2017

Meet Breena Fai

Hi, Ladies!
Well, here's Breena Fai, my first teacup fairy entirely sculpted out of polymer clay. "Breena" is Celtic/Gaelic for "Fairyland". I made the tiny flowers in her garland out of clay, too. If she were standing, she'd measure 5 inches tall - my first tiny, full body sculpt. I can see more wee fairies in my future!

Once again I learned a LOT. The tutorial is one of Deb Woods' of Enchanted Hearts. Deb is an amazing instructor with an open, sharing heart. THANK YOU, DEB!!

So - here's Breena, blowing tiny fairy kisses to all who greet her.❤️😘💕










18 comments:

  1. You are so talented. Each new sculpture is more lovely than the last. Can not wait to see the next one!

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  2. Incredible, Kim! She is exquisite. Well done!

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  3. Just look at those little toes! ;)

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  4. She's so pretty! I can't believe how tiny she is and yet so detailed. Beautiful work.

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  5. Five inches tall? Just five inches???!!!!!! I simply cannot imagine how you can create that much detail in something so incredibly small! She is absolutely exquisite.

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  6. She is stunning! Her wings are amazing, her lovely face is a delight and her tiny hand is perfection. What a glorious creation!

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  7. So cute Kim. You are a great artist!!
    Hugs

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  8. Oh my goodness Kim, she is just adorable... so dainty & pretty... gosh you have a good deal of skill & patience, congrats!

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  9. Beautiful, Kim. I have a new appreciation for the dainty figurines.

    Deb

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  10. You've made a great job of her, she's so pretty.

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  11. Oh how I love your fairy in a teacup , and those sweet little flowers.
    You have so much talent.

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  12. What a little beauty! You are so talented and creative!

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  13. She's adorable and her wings so pretty!

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  14. WOW, Kim! You are so incredibly talented. Beautiful work!

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  15. So sweet and agin a real piece of art.

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  16. Oh wow Kim, she is gorgeous! I can't believe how tiny she is! Definitely a very pretty little tea cup fairy :o)

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  17. Kim: She is amazing, you are a great artist.
    Thank-you for sharing with us.

    Blessings
    Catherine

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