So this is Wren's little fairy and it will be interesting to see how she comes along. She is a shy little fae and is already looking up to her big sister. Or at least that is MY intent, now whether or not this happens the way I want it to go is part of the MAGIC. So, off she goes now to become a mold and hopefully soon she will be reappearing in all her finery.
I have heard that when a baby is born and with it's first smile a fairy is born.
With that thought, I guess I kinda helped the fairy along. When my daughter in-law went into the hospital, out came my clay. I didn't have any inspiration other then keeping both my daughter in-law and the baby in my prayers as this is a lot of work bringing new life into the world. Which by the way, I am sure my daughter in-law will swear by this. (*smiling*)
I also did this process with my first granddaughter. And what we do for one, we need to do for the others that follow. Children have a way of teaching us the things we need to learn which has always been a part of me and my sculpting.
As Wren was taking her own sweet time about showing up in the world... this little fairy was also coming into being. Now, this isn't about looking like Wren. This is Wren's own personal little fairy that will watch over her and hopefully always be there to remind her about keeping awake the child within. For Wren's angels are for the BIG things in life while her fairies are about the LITTLE things in life, like remembering to smell the roses and taking a little time to play.
Welcome to my blog. This is where I will reveal the magic of my Faes and share with you some of the success and pitfalls through the journey of doll making, sculpting, and other crafts that all come back to my dolls in many ways.