I can create these sleeping cats with the markings of your choice, to depict your own cat, or that of a loved one.
To me, a curled up, smiling cat is the ultimate sign of comfort! Now you can bring a bit of this snuggly feeling wherever you go!
Every one has been individually sculpted by hand using the process of needle-felting. They have been signed on the reverse to show that this is a unique work of art.
Standard colourings are also available in a separate listing.
If you would prefer to leave your tiny cat at home, I can also house them inside a miniature glass domes!
Please see the Need to Know section below for how to send photos of your chosen cat.
Please send an image of your chosen cat to [email protected], or send a message on Instagram to bumble3earwig.
Each one measures approximately 6 x 5 x 3 cm
Made through the process of needle felting using a variety of wools sourced within the UK.
Made by the artist Laura Cronin, AKA Bumble & Earwig.
Each is signed on a piece of textile on the reverse if left as a brooch, or signed on dome base.
Optional domes measure 10cm high x 8cm diameter
Brooches come within a round box, perfect to snuggle up in!
Packaging materials are recyclable.
The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).
Delivery options available
Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 8th - 12th March
For more information about delivery or returning items, please take a look at our Delivery & Returns page.
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Bumble & Earwig
Laura Cronin, aka Bumble & Earwig specialises in the creation of miniature curiosities through the medium of needle-felting.
These artworks are inspired by antique taxidermy, museum collections, scientific illustrations, and of course David Attenborough documentaries!
Every piece is painstakingly handmade, using a barbed needle to prod at wool roving thousands of times! It’s more fun than it may sound, but it does require a lot of time and patience!