Something I organized over Twitter with a friend. She was looking for a pair of simple, cute, Swarovski earrings and wanted to organize a trade. Tanya’s a polymer clay artist, and Canadian, but I don’t hold that against her. I love her little dragon pins, each one’s made with a little personality and a story.
So here’s what I came up with for her. They’re for her sister in law for the gift giving holiday of your chosen denomination. ;>
And here’s Ember.
With Tanya’s little character profle:
Meet Ember. She’s a feisty little dragon who will keep you on your toes.
Ember likes to play tricks on people. She likes to sneak around and light candles and fires – if you have a fireplace.
If she gets angry, though, keep your eye on her. She’s been known to set a curtain or two on fire!
Ember arrived wrapped with a little ribbon, and in a sheer black pouch. Another example of great attention to presentation that I really need to work at myself. She made it here quickly, too. Sadly, I was beyond the point of thinking I’d have to send a replacement pair of earrings. Turns out, Moose are just really slow postal carriers, but I was told they made it there safely today. I’ve already re-ordered the Swarovski to replace them, but that’s alright, they can be used for something else.
I set up another swap with one of my closest friends back home, more about the new collection of polymer clay beads tomorrow when I have light for photos.