Friday, May 28, 2010

Gone Batty

It's official. I've gone "batty". For 4 years the same woman, known only to me as "The Bat Lady" has been asking me to make her a bat necklace. She didn't want a Halloween bat. There are multiple patterns available for that of course. She wanted something similar to a Fruit Bat. A WHAAATTT???

It took me this long to muster up the courage to try it. After making enough 3D birds that the idea of how they come together stuck in my head I struck out on my own without a pattern. It was two solid days of trial and error, but I think I have something close enough to a a bat to at least call it that.

Sorry folks,this one is taken and I highly doubt there will be a second one made. It really wasn't much fun to make. I did it. I proved I could. That's going to have to suffice. Now, IF "The Bat Lady" doesn't want it for some reason I will list it on Etsy or Art Fire. She should be coming around the shop again soon on her yearly trip through. I sure hope she still wants it!



3 comments:

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

holy moly sandy!!! now this is certainly different and definitely shows off your fabulous talent! she's gonna love it!

HaroldM22 said...

Well done!............................................................

waluyo said...

antique jewelry...so I like this creat