Friday, 28 April 2017
I've finally finished the completely hand made Elephant I've been making for one of my sisters. She's named Lyuba after the baby Woolly Mammoth discovered in 2007 in Russia. (Lyuba actually means 'Love' in Russian.) Every one of the 1842 beads was stitched on individually by hand. I'm surprised I didn't go blind in the process of stitching on so many tiny beads! It was a true labour of love but my sister is worth it. (Now I just just have to finish the bespoke creation I'm making for my other sister!)
As you can see, under one ear I have put my business label and under the other a little message to show it was a bespoke creation made specially for my sister.
I hope you like it. I intend to make several for sale, although probaby not so heavily beaded. So watch this space!
As always feedback would be welcomed and appreciated.
So until next time.
Monday, 17 April 2017
This is a selection of abstracts prints I currently have for sale. They are inspired by the From Atoms To Patterns range of designs created for the 1951 Festival of Britain. They are available from A1 to A4. Anyone interested please email me at email@example.com for price information. More prints for sale can be found on my Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bananadiva1