Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Lana ~ My new auction

I decided to venture away from toddlers and babies to sculpt a "young lady" fairy. I like the way Lana turned out. She is soft and feminine, but still has the shy look that most of my dolls have.

Here are some details about her:

hand designed tiara
tiny nails are French manicured
English viscose hair applied one lock at a time
hand painted eyes
heat set blush on face, body, and lips
sculpted over heavy wire armature
habotai silk clothing

And, more than anything, please remember that all of my dolls are sculpted one feature at a time. I use no molds.

Here is Lana:

If you would like to place a bid on this lovely fairy, please click on this link:


Thanks so much for stopping by.
Sue Anne

Monday, October 8, 2007

New fall fairy listings

I have listed two new fall fairies! The first one is the baby witch fairy that I mentioned in an earlier post. Sweet little Giana can sit or lie on her pretty silk fall flower. She is sure to cast only good spells on you this autumn season. Here is the link to her auction;


The other fairy is Serena, a lovely little pumpkin princess. She is permanently attached to her pumpkin stand. I hand dyed the silk for her silk skirt and made the little tiara on her head. Please see her auction listing for more details:


Thanks for taking a peek!

Sue Anne

Monday, October 1, 2007

Sculpting once again

I have been away from my clay for much longer than I had intended. Anyway, I am home now and have been working on two new sculpts. One is the fall fairy that I mentioned in my last post. She turned out to be a baby witch fairy. I am working on a standing fairy. Both should be listed very soon so please keep watch.

I will try to be more consistent with my listings as I have no major traveling to do before the holiday season.

New sculptors please keep in mind that features start midway on the face. If they are started up too high, the face will probably resemble an alien. Babies features start even lower on the face than adults. In other words, make sure that your doll has enough forehead. You can always add more clay to the forehead or the back of the head after the first cure.

Sue Anne