Sunday, August 11, 2013

Quilting Arts Mermaid Seascape

This little piece is approximate 11"x14. The Mermaid is designed with vintage sequins harvested from a 1920's flapper gown. Her tail is very old French wire-edge ribbon, found at a Paris flea market. Her tiny "shell" ear was made with a special South American clay, that I found at a Cake Decoration convention in Detroit, Michigan.

5 comments:

Mosaic Magpie said...

I love the sequins you used on her tail! Somehow I had lost you from my reader...glad I got your newsletter email to get me back in the loop!
Deb

Judy McCarthy said...

This mermaid is just gorgeous.
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Victoria Adams Brown said...

Deb, you are so kind. Love sequins! Thank you!

Victoria Adams Brown said...

Judy, thank you! Glad you like her. Mermaids are timeless,aren't they?!

Stephanie said...

Such a lovely piece.