This wreath wall hanging features a bullfinch bird sculpture, complete with his signature coral belly and slate grey and black details. He is made from hand printed papers, and is completely covered with hand cut feathers. His colour palette, textures and posture is unique to him. He has shiny black eyes and grey feet. He perches on a wreath adorned with tiny peach coloured blossoms. He is varnished with a satin lacquer, which gives him UV protection to ensure his colours remain vibrant, even in full sunshine,
Made from recycled 300gsm paper (very sturdy cardstock).
28 cm (11 inches) tall and 26 cm (10 inches) wide.
Varnished with a UV protective lacquer.
Hangs from the wall via a (copper coated) steel hook, suspended with invisible fishing line at a 30 cm (nearly 12 inches) drop from the top of the sculpture.
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Receive it by 11th - 13th December
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Receive it by 9th - 10th December
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Welcome to the paper sculpture menagerie. My name is Kate and I make handmade paper sculptures to bring cheer to your décor. Every one of my pieces is one of a kind, made from recycled 300 gsm paper (really sturdy cardstock). Each design is tested for durability, and they are varnished with a UV protective lacquer to seal their edges and protect their vibrant colours. Each sculpture is designed, individually printed, cut, assembled and embellished entirely by hand to make sure each and every one has its own unique character. Birds are my most favourite subject. I also make flowers and other wildlife. I am inspired by countryside walks and garden visitors. I often describe myself as a seasonal maker, as I can often be found at my desk making cosy pieces in the autumn and bright, cheerful blooms in the summertime. I’ve been making my sculptures for over 15 years now, and my work aims to evoke the joy I find in the great outdoors. I do hope they make you smile.