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These go along with the Wizard Of Oz book sculpture. They were a commission piece. Originally, the client only wanted the slippers done, but I went a little crazy and did a whole scene. But, as promised, did the slippers as well.

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Flowers make a beautiful gift, but they don't last long. Give a gift that will last forever with this book sculpture. The vase is carved from one complete book. The flowers are assembled petal by petal from the same book's pages. This vase hold three roses along with smaller flowers and "greens". The book used is "Excelsior", published 1955. It stands 12 inches tall.

This piece is sold, but I'd be happy to make another for you. Typical work time is about one week plus shipping.
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Alice has grown too big for this ornament! Illustration and text taken are taken from a copy of Alice in Wonderland. Illustration is hand colored. The text at the bottom of the bulb is free floating and can be shaken to the desired position.

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Made from the pages of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Wild Geese", these brother swans carry Princess Elise to safety. In the story, the children's evil stepmother decides they are a hindrance, so she turns the brothers into swans, only regaining their human form at night, and sends Elise away. Years later, Elise and her brothers reunite. She weaves a net and her brothers carry her across the ocean. Once safe, Elise releases the brothers from the spell by taking a vow of silence and weaving magic shirts made from nettles and they live happily ever after. The princess is an illustration from the book fitted with a paper dress. Each swan is suspended with a clear thread. The mobile hangs approximately 24" long and 12" wide. It weighs less than one pound.

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Alice sits with her crown inside this glass ornament. The text, taken from a copy of Alice, is free floating in the bottom of the bulb, and may be gently shaken to the desired position.

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This Christmas tree is made from the pages of a 1892 Hymnal. The inside cone is paper mache. Being hollow, it can be used as a simple decoration or as a Christmas tree topper. The tree stands 11.5 inches tall. An absolute one of a kind holiday decoration!

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So I've been working with a gentleman for a few weeks now about a commission piece. His wife loves Alice, he wants to get her a sculpture for Christmas. We'd been debating what scene would be the best to do when the light bulb FINALLY went off in my head and I remembered I'd done an Alice before. I sent him a picture and he loved it, just wanted it as an open book. SO, here she is...and I couldn't resist adding the white rabbit because, in my mind, he is seriously overlooked.

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Alice is stuck inside of "Drink Me" vial in this book sculpture. This antique glass jar measures nearly 4 inches high. Text from "Alice in Wonderland" swirls around Tenniel's original illustration. A wonderful small gift for any Alice lover.

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This wreath is about 20 inches round. It is made from the pages of a hymnal from the 1800's.

The pages are fixed to a light weight foam board backing with attached hanging hook. The whole wreath weighs less than 1.5 pounds. Because of the age and free standing position of the pages, this wreath is fragile. It is finished with a UV coating to protect it from sun and moisture, but I would not suggest hanging it outside.

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Alice follows the white rabbit in this miniature world. Bad from a vintage tray with glass dome, this book sculpture stands approximately 6 inches high. Flowers, tree, grasses and stone path are made from the pages of "Alice in Wonderland". The illustrations used are the Rackham illustrations.

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