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Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh I want her!! IS she for sale???? If so, PLEASE let me know!!! She is super duper amazingly gorgeous! Danielle
So beautiful – that is exactly how I would like to look (oh yes, if I were a bird). I made your gorgeous boats with my 6 year old son’s class as they do a bit of sailing in the summer. They were an utter hit. So now there is a classroom in New Zealand with your boats floating happily in the air.
She’s so beautiful. I’ve just come across your blog over the weekend. Really amazing work! My children are looking forward to trying the horses and the sail boat! Thanks for sharing.
hola anne!!…is so so so sweet,lovely,adorable,preciosa…!!! your hands make beauty full of love!!!!that is what we see in your blog!!besosss!!!!
TOO CUTE! I want one too!!!!!
You are beyond wonderful!
Stunning little ballerina bird….precious!
Love it! And the photography is perfect!
She’s beautiful, just beautiful!
Love your blog — so lovely. And thank you so much for sharing the tutorials. I want to make a fantasy Peter Pan sailing ship — soon I hope?
Wow, just plain gorgeous. A beautiful photo all around. Thanks for sharing your projects, your blog is inspiring.
Thank you! I like photographing the ballerinas and they might present some selected scenes from Swan Lake later this spring.
This little ballerina, and some others I hope, will be part of the next shop update.
Kate! That’s wonderful!! I’m so glad you shared the boat pattern with them.
Wow. I love how this feels like an antique photograph. So dreamy!
I really love your work. This one is so precious and unique. You bring very different qualities to these pieces. There is something that reaches out to the viewer that is not present in other artists work.
I just discovered your blog and I really like.
I will follow the track.
Kisses from Spain!
this is beautiful! I wonder if you check the ‘info’ email? I have been so enjoying making horses lately – and just wanted to thank you for being so generous with your patterns and tutorials – your stampede has inspired me – and it’s catching – there are now quite a few horses here and there in Northumberland, North of England! Thank you very much
Ann, I just love your irreverent style and fabulous creative process. I was hopping around your website and couldn’t get over how fun all of the spiders were, or the pairs of sweethearts. It’s been such a joy to discover your art!
This Ballerina Bird is the ultimate in elegance. You make the most amazing artistic pieces and I love them. Keep creating…
This is absolutely exquisite – what a little gem! Every little girl who dances in a recital this Spring should receive one of these enchanting ballerinas as a remembrance. Delightful!
(¸.´ (¸.´? Tristan ?
oh, my… what a feminine little girl! on her tip-toes!!! the little bit of tatting on her head is the perfect touch. it looks like she did very well during her photo shoot. (o: thanks again for sharing, ann!
this is the pinnacle of FUN! how wonderfully whimsical and even on points. it would be really fun to put an eye patch on this dancer for that final Ann Wood touch! too bad you weren”t doing stuff like this is your ‘artistic phase’ a year ago.
this is the pinnacle of FUN! how wonderfully whimsical and even on points. it would be really fun to put an eye patch on this dancer for that final Ann Wood touch! too bad you weren’t doing stuff like this is your ‘artistic phase’ a year ago.
oh my! she’s so lovely! 🙂
I love her-how dainty and strong she is! Beautiful!!
Stunning! She should be a character in a book.
I love this little ballerina birdie! I def. think the swan lake is a great idea.