Thursday, April 15, 2010
Needle felted Bread and Butterfly (from Alice in Wonderland) in a vintage style birdcage, made with 100% wool by Heather Bays.
It would look beautiful in a childs bedroom, or any room for that matter. You could also add it to a project of your very own. This adorable ornament is also the perfect size for Blythe dolls and Barbies!!
The Bread and Butterfly in the vintage birdcage is available in my etsy store along with prints of the Blythe doll pictures.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
These vintage style green owls are needle felted by Heather Bays with 100% wool. I was inspired to make these because I have a thing for salt and pepper shakers and a friend of mine bought be a set of green owls that are obviously in love, so I recreated them with wool. ADORABLE!
Perfect for the top of a wedding cake or anniversary cake or a birthday cake for a couple and you can keep it forever and put on display at your home because they're so cute. Infact, you don't necessarily have to use them for a cake topper at all! Great for a Christmas ornament, pin cushions, display art, or to add to a project of your very own!
They are available in my Etsy shop,
Monday, April 12, 2010
These bows needle felted by Heather Bays. They have 2 inch french clips on the back. You can wear them at any age, they really complete any outfit! Perfect for a casual day or something as big as a wedding day!
I can also put a pin on the back instead of a french clip (just like the black and white bow below) so you can pin it on a shirt as a bow tie, or pin it on a bag, or nylon headband. If you want a keychain, I can add that instead of the pin or clip, the options are endless!
Available at my online shop!
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Needle felted retro television is made with 100% wool by Heather Bays. This little tv is perfect for Blythe dolls or Barbie dolls!
Available in my store: www.heatherbays.etsy.com
Monday, April 5, 2010
So, I am back to work and I have reopened my store!
My first project is an elephant, how appropriate!
Thanks to those of you who followed my travels through India at www.heatherbays.blogspot.com. I will start working on the 12,000 photos soon and will post photos as often as I can.