It's been a while I know! I do apologize! My hubby had a cancer scare and it's been a whirl wind of a two month period! He was diagnosed with Malignant Melanoma and then had to have a second biopsy to hopefully remove any remaining cancer! After chest xrays and blood tests we finally received word yesterday that he is cancer free! A day of celebration as you can imagine! I just could not face my blog until today! In the words of Cindy Crawford "You can not multi task presence" and I needed to be there for him and me!
But today I have a very special piece to offer you: Her name is Tai Rosie and she is currently available for adoption on Bear Pile!
She is a hand dyed viscose ellie that is nicely aged and weighted with steel shot! She is 5 way jointed and stuffed with polyfil. She has a tail and a belly "button" as do all Seraphim Bears creations.
This little ellie is 8" tall and is currently in an art gallery in a local near by town. Her adoption fee will be split and a portion of the proceeds will go to the local library to help keep literature alive! This is why this piece was created based on a novel: Water For Elephants and you will also receive the novel with your adoption!
Tai Rosie will come with a handmade box, also created by me out of archival papers and images of roses! The top of the box is cork and is finished with a pretty crystal embellishment. You can read and see more on Bear Pile: Tai Rosie on Bear Pile
Here she is: Welcome Tai Rosie