Tuesday, September 14, 2010

A Corpse Bride

I just finished my first OOAK hanging art doll! She's made of paper clay and acrylics, with yarn for the hair, fabric for the dress and her purse, and reindeer moss stuck on her dress and randomly in her hair. Her dress is tattered, torn, and very worn.

Meet Lillith. She was lighthearted and full of spunk when she met the man of her dreams . She was only eighteen, but he was a good, kind man and showered her with love. They were to be married just four months later.



A love that was doomed from the start, her groom was captured by a rare pack of Eastern Dragons. Lillith fled the hills and headed straight to the mountains, the dragons’ territory. She would find a way to be united with her groom, whether it was in life or death. The ragged terrain proved to be too much for her weakening condition and she fell to her demise.

To this day, she still searches for her groom. A small smile plays upon her lips, as she knows she will someday find her true love again.

On a side note, check out Project Mayem where I post about Finding Your Niche!

11 comments:

Melissa said...

LOVE the accompanying story. I can't believe you made this - it's just too good.

Why do some people get all the talent? ;)

Teenage Bride said...

My goodness is there anything you can't do lol.

Loved the story.

Kathryn said...

She's adorable!!!

Candyland said...

Please spread some of your talent seeds in my garden!!!!
(not innuendo)

Nicole MacDonald said...

creepy but I love it!

http://damselinadirtydress.blogspot.com

Summer Ross said...

a little creepy but what a story to go with it. I love that you are so talented.

Mary said...

Loved the story and your little friend.
You are s talented.

Jaydee Morgan said...

You did an awesome job!! I agree with everyone else - you have great talent :)

Meredith said...

Aww, how cute and creepy :) Your story captures her expression perfectly--this is so cool!

Jen said...

Amazing! Then again that's what I think of you! You always showcase the best stuff! Truly talented!

BTW - Sorry I couldn't choose a winner today!!! Will email you this evening :)

Jennie Bailey said...

I LOVE her - and her sad, romantic story. Even in death, she loves and searches for him!