Saturday, July 28, 2012

Old English Sheepdog

Growing up my friend Sandy had a very friendly Old English Sheepdog. Being allergic to dogs, such a furry one was out of the question for me, but I have always thought they were beautiful dogs. This is my interpretation of an Old English Sheepdog, This guy stands 6" from floor to top of head and is made of hand dyed mohair..... have a wonderful day!!

The Little Dog Walker

This a picture of the Little Dog Walker with some of the small scale soft sculpture dogs that I enjoy making. All of these little dogs have found new homes - I am working on more. The finishing touch of making these little dogs and bears and other animals is when they are adopted and on their way to new homes. If you see anything that you might like to adopt or would like to join my email list for notification when new pieces are completed, please do not hesitate to email me. teddybearswexp@aol.com - I am also on facebook. Thank you for visiting and wishing you a wonderful day!! MaryAnn Wills
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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Miniature Vases and Bowls of wood






More examples of my husband's beautiful wood working - he has been busy in his studio working on small scale pieces.......wishing you all a wonderful July!!!....................................

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Little Chocolate Drop -

Little Chocolate Drop is approximately 12-1/2
inches tall - dense mohair (light chocolate color) - 5 times jointed with wired
arms and legs - two toned glass eyes - ultrasuede paw pads - stuffed with a
combination of polyfill and several different types of pellets. He is completed
in a one of a kind fashion as are all my pieces. His nose is hand stitched and
lightly waxed - subtle shading of his face. Little Chocolate Drop has found a new home. Have a wonderful day.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Happy Fourth of July!!!



Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Fourth of July!!! The pups have the right idea!!!