Pink wedding hair garland. We can make you customised hair garland according to your wishes. You can see the pictures of the garlands we made in the past :) Let me know what style/colours you prefer and we will make it for you :) The garlands are made of textile flowers, leaves, grass, wire and other trinkets used for arranging. The garlands are can be used as a regular wreath and the ends of garland can be plaited into your hair or wrapped around your bun. We can also make you other matching accessories. When stored in dark and dry place our accessories last 10-15 years. All the items in our shop are customisable. You can find more of my fashion accessories in my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MagaelaAccessories
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This gold tree of life wire sculpture will make a great anniversary gift especially for a 50th celebration. It will be made from hundreds of wrapped and twisted tarnish-resistant wire resulting in a one of a kind creation. Hand wrapping takes longer but it creates the realistic effect of a tree's natural trunk. Testimonial ========================================================================================== Ken, We don't know how to express how grateful we are for your accommodation to our simply ridiculous deadline request. The beautiful tree made it to Nebraska in tip top shape. The pictures don't do your work justice! Such delicate work it is just enchanting to look at. We're sure Mom and Dad will appreciate the way you capture such personality in the piece also. Thank you so much. This was our first purchase on Etsy. You have set the bar at quite a high level for other sellers. 😀 I will most certainly consider another purchase from you and keep your items in mind for future gift needs. ~ Lisa K. Just one follow up Ken... My in laws absolutely love the tree. Their open house was this past weekend and we asked them to open the gift before the guests arrived. There were tears from both of them and the tree instantly became part of the centerpiece with their wedding and anniversary pictures. The beautiful creation lives as a prominent piece in their den where they spend their down time. They love it and your work. Thank you again. You made it happen and provided such a unique and special gift. It can be difficult to buy something for those that seem to have everything. Haha... The tree was a perfect piece of art for the occasion. ~ Lisa K. ======================================================================================== The dimensions for the tree pictured are approximately 8" tall x 9" wide x 7.5" long. It sits on a base of tumbled marble that has been left unfinished. The result is a very detailed piece of wire art. The smaller tree comes with the same number of wire strands and actually has more fullness in appearance than the larger tree. The larger tree is pictured in this listing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "The Tree Of Life sculpture was exactly as pictured. Fast Shipping, everything arrived safe and sound. ...it was a great experience." - A. Johnstone ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Please find more gift ideas at... https://www.etsy.com/shop/trees2art?section_id=10220453 http://Trees2Art.Etsy.com
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A show stopping sculpture to decorate your home This large sculpture made up of interlocking resin links is a unique decor item that can add character to your home. You can display it on a tabletop, a bookcase, or hang it on the wall. It's a great piece to fill that empty spot in your mantle that you just don't know what to do with. The matte white and clear resin create a very distinctive pattern reminiscent of clouds or ink dissolving in water. This chain sculpture will look at home in a modern, minimalist, or industrial decor. Ultimately you can use it however you like, there are no rules when it comes to decorating your space the way you want! About the Artisans We're honored to be partnering with renown Mexican designer Raul Cerda!Founded in 2013, Studio Cerda is a creative studio dedicated to industrial design, architecture and interior design. With an honest and pure design vision, his work focuses on solid materials and simple geometries. The Baron y Vicario collection is born during the pandemic, with the purpose of not only creating lasting one of a kind pieces made by hand, but also maintaining a fair wage and work flow for a group of artisans who specialize in handmade resin and who were on the brink of closing their generations old workshop. Each piece in the collection is created with a social and cultural awareness, responsibility and commitment to Raul’s home country, Mexico. Inspired by the pre-Hispanic and mystical heritage of his country, the objects within the Baron y Vicario collection are a return to the basics, the essence of the pre-Hispanic worldview and the exploration of a mystical Mexico that brings light out of the shadows. Approx. size round link: 2"H x 9.5"W x 9"DApprox. size of each oval link: 2"H x 12"W x 8"DMaterial: resin The White Papantla Chain Sculpture has one link that is an all white resin, and two links that are a mix of white and transparent resin. *IMPORTANT NOTE: please keep in mind that, since each one of these pieces is hand-made individually, the smoke finish (both in black and white) varies and not two-pieces are alike. The photos in this listing are of one or two pieces, and the smoke effect and details may differ from your actual piece.
\"How will you know what's possible if you don't try? This is a story for anyone who has ever felt like a beginner, or had doubts, or worried they weren't good enough. It's a story for those who have experienced the pain of trying something new and not having it turn out as they had hoped. So, in many ways, it is a sotry for every one of us. Because at some point in our lives, we will all fail. Failure can be disappointing, and even heartbreaking, but the story doesn't end there. Because failure has so much to offer. It's a necessary step to learning, to growing, to getting better. It can show us how badly we want something--and how hard we are willing to get it. It challenges us to be brave, to take heart, and to try again. And yes, there will be times when you'll question yourself. You may want to give up. But if you believe--if you practice and press on--you can do amazing things.\"--Provided by publisher.\nHow will you know what's possible if you don't try? This is a story for anyone who has ever felt like a beginner, or had doubts, or worried they weren't good enough. It's a story for those who have experienced the pain of trying something new and not having it turn out as they had hoped. Written by New York Times best-selling author Kobi Yamada, this captivating book celebrates the way failure is the just the beginning of the journey. With alluring black-and-white illustrations and a powerful message, this beautiful tale is about how failure has so much to offer--lessons that help us learn, grow, and discover all the amazing things we can do.
Applying some Ray Schamp’s basic movements this came out. He probably made this sometime or included it in a part of one or many of his beautiful corrugations. It’s really possible, I don’t know. But it reminds me the sun with sparkles, and the diamonds we keep in our eyes after looking at it. :D Many thanks for the legacy and inspiration, Ray Schamp!!
This listing is for XL candle! She is 15cm tall and weights 700g! We love curves, stretchmarks, and real bodies, therefore we created this wonderful plus size body model. We wanted to make sure that this design is as realistic as possible and reflects the beauty of a real, beautiful curvy woman! We felt that it is very important to emphasize all little details of the body, to make it as realistic as possible, from back fat, drooping belly, to stretch marks. We don’t know how about you, but we love stretch marks! They are the waves of the sea writ on your skin, and we absolutely adore them! Therefore, we spent hours drawing them into our model, so our plus size lady would be as realistic as possible! Our Plus Size Goddess is created by Galleria Meduzza and exclusive to us, so you won’t find her anywhere else. We believe that every shape of a human body is unique and beautiful and that we should all accept and support each other. With our body shape designs we want to celebrate the beauty of a woman’s body and address the modern problem of body shaming. Every candle is handcrafted for each and every you with lots of love and patience. It takes about 24 hours to create each candle. All our candles are made in Berlin from organic, 100% biodegradable vegan-friendly soy wax. It has a natural cotton wick. Although our candles are designed to be burned, they are also a great piece for sustainable home decor. Product Info Dimensions: 700g 15cm/ 5.9” (H) x 10.7cm/ 4.2” (W) x 9.7cm/ 3.8” (L) Materials: 100% biodegradable and vegan friendly soy wax Cotton Wick Fragrance free Shipping: We are shipping all our candles worldwide! Your new candle will be well protected during the transit. Please allow up to 5 days for dispatch, as each candle will be handcrafted for you individually. Safety warning: We recommend using these candles as a sustainable decor element to brighten your interior. However, if you are keen to light it up, we would recommend placing a plate underneath to contain any wax remnants. If lit, the product shall not be left unattended. Candles should be stored in a cool, dry location away from direct heat, sunlight and moisture. Our candles may have or may acquire small imperfections, as frosting, however, it is completely normal, as it is one of the features of pure soy wax.
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Molly the Manatee printed in PLA. PLA is a biodegradeable filament made from corn byproducts and is food-safe. All orders come with a 30-day moneyback guarantee. Don't like it? Let us know and we'll give you a refund. This was designed by stocktonrgs and is available at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3178846
What's flat, tight, and burns when you hold it? If you said a plank, you are correct! And if you're up for a challenge, you have to try this 10-minute plank workout. Pin it! Planks are one of those power moves that targets multiple muscle groups and tones and tightens everything you want it to. Need sculpted shoulders for tank top season? Plank. Want a toned core? Plank. Wishing for cut arms? Plank. Dreaming of tightening your tush? Plank. You get the picture. This workout is only ten minutes but it will leave your whole body burning. And if you
This is a project that I started with the kids when we first moved into the house, and I predict it will be an "unfinished project" for the entire time we live here. Unfinished projects are usually bad, but sometimes they can be good, if the project is one that is meant to grow and evolve, and if time itself is an element in the piece of art. Jodi originally had me start collecting caps for her. I don't know what she was going to do with them, but when she decided to move to Scotland, she abandoned her cap collection and I inherited all she and I had collected. Thankfully, when she moved back from Scotland, she didn't ask for all her caps back. In fact, she is one of my most loyal collectors/donors. I have a big tub in the pantry of our kitchen and every time we end up with a plastic cap, we throw it into the tub. (By the way, threaded plastic caps can't be recycled, like their plastic containers can be). Every time the tub gets full, we go out back and glue them to the fence using liquid nails glue. I lightly sketch a wave shape on the wood, and then the kids and I glue the caps around the chalk line. At first, just our family was the major contributor of the caps- every now and then people would give me some, but most of them were from whatever products we used. But ever since I posted photos of what we were doing, I've been getting more and more cap donations from other people. At this point, I probably have way more donated caps than my own caps. I know a cap that you would normally throw away seems like a small thing and not much of a sacrifice, but it really does make me feel so good when someone gives me a bag full of caps. Because, it's one thing to buy or make a gift for someone when they are having a birthday, or at Christmas time. But it's a totally different thing to slowly and gradually accumulate something for someone during the course of your mundane life. One cap isn't much, but a bag FULL of caps really adds up! A bag full of caps is a whole lot of thoughts of love for me during very intimate and personal daily moments. It's means that there was a moment when someone was making a PB&J sandwich for their kid, and they were scraping the last bit of peanut butter out of the jar while their kid sat there waiting, and then they thought of ME. Or... It means, they were naked in the shower, squeezing the last bit of shampoo out of the bottle, and they thought of ME. Or it means as they took their last Xanax pill and remembered they had to refill their prescription, they thought of ME. It means the thought of me invades people's lives in a very small, but very frequent amount that adds up to a whole whole lot and I'm just amazed that people actually do it for me. I mean.... not everyone does it. And I understand. I don't know how much someone would have to mean to me before I would alter my lifestyle for them.... and maybe the people that do it for me, aren't perceptive enough to realize that all those small sacrifices of stockpiling caps actually accumulate to equal quite a bit of a sacrifice, and I'm thankful for their ignorance. Once a month, I get together with three other moms from the kids' school in Highlands Ranch for breakfast, and each of them always has a baggy of caps to give me, and it feels like Christmas for me. Sarah, one of the ladies, even brought caps back from her vacation in Hawaii for me, irritating her husband when it took up space in their luggage. I'm amazed at people's willingness to inconvenience themselves like that. And every Sunday at church, there is always at least one person who hands me a grocery sack full of caps. Warms my heart so much! And it's not just for the finished product of having a colorful fence- it's for the experience for me and the kids- it's amazing how therapeutic the process is. We play music and the repetitive act of grabbing the cap and placing it on the fence becomes like a dance. It's colorful, and we're in the sunshine, and as an array of spots and circles grow down the fence, I try to honor each plastic cap as it goes up, knowing that at some point, there was someone behind it honoring me in a small way too. The pictures below don't show it, but we've got a pretty huge backyard and there is a whole lot more fence that isn't showing. Our fence goes on like, forever. So that means the wave of caps can keep growing and growing the longer we live here. It's such a fun ritual that makes us feel so blessed. So many people love us and we're so lucky for that!
Don’t you hate it when you find yourself staring at a group of bricks and you just don’t know what to build with it? We do too. So we’ve decided to write a series on monochrome builds. This week, we’re starting by looking at LEGO builds using black LEGO bricks. JL-151 “Black Baron” by john […]
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Tiny Gnome for dollhause, Needle felting dwarf, Miniature elf. Tiny Gnome, needle felting dwarf for dolls, miniature elf. Completely handmade. Gnome is made by a method needle felting. Tiny dwarf gnome to create a festive atmosphere in the doll house or on the shelf. Your miniature pocket Gnome! It's a tiny sculpture. We make each toy by hand. We don't use patterns or any mechanisms, so the size may be a little different every time. Please let us know if you want the specific size of this toy Mach more can be viewed in our store https://www.etsy.com/shop/HromovFelts?ref=seller-platform-mcnav Thank you For your attention. Absolutely eco-friendly, only 100% natural wool. No animals suffer in the production, we use trimmed wool.
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About Digital Art. Form scooping water. See reflection. Produced on metal with white 2 inch border. About the Artist: Chad is more than just a freelance artist, he is the Head of 3D Design at Nike and not so long ago retired from an exciting career as a professional skateboarder that ran from 1998-2011. Nowadays, when he isn’t working for Nike, his unique artwork is enjoyed by people around the world. Chad Knight’s vibrant digital art moves between the meditative and the frenetic. the artist’s personal work seems to exist in alien worlds, with his works being made in Cinema 4D. These are places inhabited by enormous elaborate beings that appear in mid-evolution. The artist posts a new creation each day on his Instagram account as part of an ongoing, prolific effort. "I think that ever since I was young, I was the kid who would get “mysteries of the unknown” type books. I’ve always been very intrigued by things we don’t have any answers to. When I was younger, I was interested in going into a career like astronomy or deep sea exploration. As I got older I realized that’s because those were the two areas I knew at the time as areas where there was still much to be discovered. And then, as I got older, I took an interest in philosophy and psychology; kind of transforming my interests from the external world to how it relates to me, how the brain works, and things like that. There has always been something that intrigues me about there being more to life than what we see. I just don’t think there’s any chance we could know, see, and sense everything. I believe there’s a much more interesting world or universe that we’re a part of, that maybe we are just too busy to take the time to kind of look at and see. I’m very interested in how thought works; how we get certain ideas from the unconscious to the conscious; why some people are created and some aren’t; and geometry. I think it all ties to things we just don’t know about. The 3D medium is so immersive and limitless: you are not bound by the laws of physics, you can be like a magician. In my art I’m trying to capture in a physical form our universal feelings of compassion and motivation. I want people looking at my work to realize that they are powerful and capable of every thing, regardless of what they look like or what other people classify them as.”
About Wall sculpture signed and dated by Curtis Jere Jere is a brand name for the company Artisan House. The founders of Artisan House, Jerry Fels and his brother-in-law Curtis Freiler, started Artisan House in 1964 with the intention of providing original high gallery quality metal art for the masses. The name “Curtis Jere? was created by simply combing their two first names Curtis and Jer. We don't know why the French ampersand was added but can guess that it was to promote a high quality image as items from France at that time were considered quite upscale. The creative half of the duo was Jerry Fels, As head designer for Artisan House in the early days he is the person that people like to think of as “Curtis Jere. Indeed, in a 2007 interview with Mr. Fels published in Modernism Magazine shortly before his death the article read in part, “Jerry Fels, California Artisan House's longtime design director and president, is the 'real' Curtis Jere, the elusive but influential metal artist. Renewed interest is being shown in Curtis Jere's handcrafted wall and table sculptures, lamps and table bases which capture the mood of California making the works among the most collectible mid-century decorative pieces presently. Jerry Fels passed away after 90 talented productive years on November 5, 2007.
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