UPDATE: SOLD. Thank you. *** Adeline*** from the Wild Thyme Originals Studio – a brand new fairy bear


$362.00 US

***UPDATE*** Adeline has found a new home and will be on her way to beautiful Hawaii!  Thank you.

(Please note that at this time, I am unable accept layaway payments or eCheck payments.)

In Northeast Ohio we cling with desperation to the month of August… so once it has passed, Autumn grabs hold and we ready ourselves for the Winter.  It’s easy sometimes, so let Autumn fly past without truly appreciating her rich beauty and earthy splendor.    In anticipation of the Fall season, I’m pleased as punch to introduce you to Adeline.  Adeline is currently available directly from me for $362.00 US.  If you are interested in purchasing Adeline, please click the Buy Now Pay Pal button just above.  Clicking the button allows you sign in securely to the Pay Pal system.  If you don’t have a Pay Pal account, Pay Pal can still securely process your payment using most debit or credit cards… after clicking the Buy Now button, just choose the “Don’t have a Pay Pal Account” option.   I do not charge for shipping… that’s my gift to YOU!


Adeline is made from a variation of my fantasy panda pattern.  She’s made of long pile fabric in a lovely shade of chestnut with a smoky backing, along with a complimentary fabric in a carmel-beige color.    Adeline’s also has rear paw pads made of  ultra suede.

I’ve made Adeline with  bent legs, so she can not stand, but were she made with straight legs, she’d measure in at about 4 and 1/4 inches.    The best way to imagine the proportions of my bears is to look at the photos of them with my hand.




Adeline  has lovely aqua-blue eyes. She has a stitched in undereye white accent and a sewn in upper eyelid.  She is shaded with a bit of  deeper brown around her eyes,  in her ears and above her nose.   Her face has been deeply sculpted using invisible internal stitches.  Nose is stitched in chocolate brown silk floss and has been sealed and glossed.



Both her arms and legs have an internal armature that allows Adeline  to hold soft poses.  You can turn her  feet out and lightly bend her wrists and elbows.

Adeline wears at tattered fairy skirt made from multiple layers of pale golden tulle which I’ve artfully distressed and flame singed.  Her hat is made of a real acorn cap along with layers of tulle.  Her tiny fairy wardrobe is accented by chocolate brown silk ribbon on which I’ve strung the tiniest glass beads.  Her costume is not designed to be removable.



It’s exceedingly difficult to truly capture a photo of her wings where they look as lovely as they do in person.  I love making wings!  I feel like a fairy godmother every time I do it!  Here… the camera didn’t capture the slightly iridescent and transparent nature they have.


They are constructed over wire, and made of silk, iridescent films, glitter and liquid polymer.  They are actually quite sturdy, though they look as delicate as they should.  It doesn’t take much to lift a fairy into the air!  They are very flexible and can be gently posed to suit your fairy’s mood!


As always, I’ve paid very close attention to making sure that my miniatures have all the detail and intricacy of a much larger bear.  I am also a stickler for proportion.  I really like for them to pass for a full sized artist bear until you see a  picture of one in my hand.


Adeline will arrive lovingly gift boxed and with her own photographic Certificate of Authenticity.  She is a one of a kind.  I can not and will not duplicate her.


If you have any questions at all, please feel free to eMail me at:


As always, thank you for your continued interest in what I do, and thanks for taking a peek at tiny Adeline.


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