She is so motherly. Kitty calls me Madre and I adore that.
I can't even tell you how much I loved making this beautiful girl.
I wanted to add organic elements - I knew that before I even started her.
I had a shell from our beach walk in Betty's Bay that would make a perfect wing.
And of course I wanted to include my teabags somehow - I've been making roses with some of them.
I paper clayed them into her hair...
I completely fell in love with this over exaggerated expressive hand.
It is my first time doing hands in clay...
I love the wing and word across her back...
both of these were in the lesson plan - I didn't have stamp letters.
I bought my first set this weekend. I'm loving playing with them.
My second hand was a final addition.
And I absolutely love it.
This was a tough assignment. My head kept coming off and detaching.
I spent most of my time reinforcing it and at last we have victory. I learnt so much in this lesson.
I'm ready to make another one... I can't wait to play some more.