Anything Purchased between December 2-8, 2014 will be shipped on the 9th. I will be at the One of a Kind Show in Chicago
You may also find Sculptures by Teresa Perleberg at www.bearcreekdesign.etsy.com
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|Bear Creek Bunnies|
I list all my Bear Creek Bunnies in my Etsy shop. They have become very popular and sell quickly. I have an email alert list for those interested in finding out right away when I list a new Bunny.
A needle felted sculpture of a steer that was inspired by my son’s 4H steer that he is showing at our County Fair. His name is Shep aka Pudge. He was fun to make as I had a live model led all around my yard daily.
He measures 10 1/2 inches long and 6 1/2 inches tall. He has glass eyes and wire in his legs.
Some interesting facts about this particular Woolly pachyderm:
*He is solid wool, 8 ounces
*He is made with Romney wool from one of my beautiful grey ewes
*He has glass eyes
*7 inches tall and 9 inches long
*I worked on him for a week, sometimes until the wee hours of the morning
*I found myself apologizing for poking him when putting on his finishing touches.
My First Pachyderm
|Felted Water/Cape Buffalo|
Who doesn’t need a Water/Cape Buffalo to brighten up their home decor! This adorable Buffalo is an original design by Teresa Perleberg. He is needle felted out of wool using the wool from the artists flock of Romney Sheep. 10 1/2 inches long and 6 inches tall. He has glass eyes and wire in his legs and horns to keep them stable. For your Water Buffalo Collection . . .
The zebra is made out of wool from my flock of Romney Sheep. He is 7 1/2 inches tall and 7 inches long. very close attention was paid to every detail in this sculpture. He has wires in his legs to give him added stability. He has glass eyes.
An original design by fiber artist Teresa Perleberg
I have always been fascinated with Clydesdale horses. This is my first Clydesdale and I enjoyed every moment. He measures 10 inches tall and 9 inches long. He is solid wool very firmly felted with wire in his legs to give him stability. The wool used in making him is from my very own flock of Romney sheep. He has glass eyes.
My First Clydesdale