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Tuesday, 6 March 2012

OOAK Fairy doll Colour me a fairies wish artist Beth Willicombe


Beth Willicombe is a lovely friend of mine who created this gorgeous little OOAK fairy doll based on the fairy character in my children's story Colour me a fairies wish, which is read out by a famous man that has been on many children's TV programmes. The dolly is made from Polymer clay and I love the beautiful rainbow wings, which relates closely to my fairy story. To think this is her very first doll sculpture is amazing. Don't you feel excited to see what she comes up with next? Well done Beth! I personally cannot wait to see your next creation, keep them coming as you obviously have a beautiful gift!



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2 comments:

World Costume Dolls said...

I totally agree. Your friend's fairy is fantastic! She certainly is very talented. Like you, I also love the wings. Beautiful! Carole.

Fairy network work from home - Butterfly Lullaby said...

I have just forwarded your comment to my friend Beth about her fairy doll. She will be totally thrilled. Thanks so much, maybe she will now create more wonderful creations. Wish I had her talent!

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