Once upon a time, there was a handsome prince who lived under a curse. A kiss from a girl who really love will set him free.
What’s the problem, we might think.
To kiss a handsome prince is easy. Piece of cake.
But what if the handsome prince is a…
Okay, that’s not the original version of The Princess and The Frog tale. But, Hey!! I’m trying to be original here lol.
I bet most of you are familiar with the story. Disney just made their movie based on the story.
For the contest I mentioned in my previous post, I made a frog brooch, inspired by this tale.
I still remember the day I got the idea.
I was looking at my druzy stash -wondering what should I make for the competition- when my eyes found a big green triangle druzy.
It was too big to be a part of lil creatures, and I can’t imagine it being a part of delicate things.
It’s bold, therefore I should find something special for this druzy.
I thought it would be perfect for animal body parts. So I browsed and browsed and browsed about green animal, and frog was one of the result. After some times rotating the druzy, I can see a frog in it.
I remembered a merry prince in Disney’s Princess and The Frog. I thought he really fit the frog in my imagination. So I started work on him.
The hardest part was when I realized that I made a mistake, AFTER I FINISHED WORK ON HIM. Based on some references I read, frog has 4 toes on each foot. Dang!! My prince has only 3 toes!!!
Well, I have to admit that I was too lazy to re-work on him, and I think he looks so handsome with his 3 toes *creator’s excuses, please ignore this*
So, here he is. Prince Aldric Caerulea from Anouran Kingdom
Materials: Dyed druzy, permanently colored copper wire, SWAROVSKI components.
Size: approx. 2″ height