So, ages ago (years ago, really), I had an idea for a cool polymer clay embellishment for an empty wine bottle. It has taken me a long time, working in spurts, to finally finish it, but here it is:
The front shows a little cabin in the woods, with snow-covered mountains in the background. It is a spring scene, so the birch or aspen trees have yellowy green leaves, and there are wild roses and irises in bloom. Sigh. It’s really not spring here (-28 degrees Fahrenheit this morning, and that’s warmed up about 20 degrees since last week!), so I’m gazing wistfully at this little clay world, willing spring to get here soon. 🙂
The back lets you see the backyard. The axe is stuck in the chopping block, and there’s a path back to the outhouse (you can just see that necessity – it’s in the middle left of the photo, above the irises).
And here are a couple of close ups.
It is for sale in my Art Fire shop, Butterscotch Grove, along with a few other things. I’ll be going through my old never-posted stock from when I worked the Tanana Valley Farmer’s Market a few years ago and adding those items to my shop over the next week or so. Those things will be bargains!