I've been busy, busy recently making new beads. I was inspired to do a few carvings and miniature, sculpted paintings, but also some Autumnal versions of the old favorites. Here's a sampling of what I've made...
Autumnal lop eared bunny beads in shades of pink and peach.
A soaring gull found his way into my shop, too. He's warm white in color with very slight brown highlights and traces of blue. The flying birds are harder to sculpt, but worth it. This one's full of movement, and the hole placement allows it to "fly" up to the right or down to the left.
These berry-licious headpins are on solid brass wires. The leaves are oak shaped and have a slight translucent effect. Very warm and berry - yum!
While we're talking about Autumnal beads, I came up with a new ceramic-styled acorn bead. The acorn is raised and textured on a white background. I added a bit of brass to highlight the details.
And a good old-fashioned white unicorn...for good luck. :-)
And finally, this sweet little dormouse. I was inspired by an adorable photo I saw online and made this little fella. He's already found a new home in Belgium.