Oh, to be young again.  The countless hours spent pulling the petals off of flowers to find out if you and the one your heart longs for were intended to be a love match or not.  I wonder what petal this cute little pixie ended up on? He loves me, or....he loves me not?


"He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not" is a one-of-a-kind artist doll that measures a total height of about 20 inches tall and 12" x 11" wide.  If she could stand, the pixie girl would be approximately 14 inches tall.  


The pixie girl was created from wire and foil armatures, polymer clay and then painted with acrylic paints.  She has green glass eyes and brown Tibetan lamb wool hair.  Her under dress is created from gauze-like fabric and her over dress is a cotton/poly blend pink fabric.  Her leotard is made from mulberry paper.  In her hand is a sculpted flower from wire armature, mulberry paper and faux yellow shrubbery for the center of the flower.  The flower's stem is sewn down to her dress to help hold it in place as the head of the flower nests in her hand.  In her other hand, she holds one of the petals, ready to be tossed off to the side in her quest to find the answers if love is in the air or not. 


The flower base is created from wire armature, apoxie and paper clay, mulberry paper, and then painted with acrylic paints and sealed for protection.  Faux shrubbery has also been used to create some of the leaves.  On one of the flower petals, you will see other smaller flower petals that have been tossed away from the flower the pixie is holding.  


The pixie girl is removable from her base for shipping purposes.  

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

SKU: 0004
$900.00 Regular Price
$675.00Sale Price
  • Please handle this item with care.

    This item is considered a fine art sculpture.  It is not intended as a play toy for tiny hands because it contains choking hazards and can break if not handled appropriately. 

    Please note that this item is intended for indoor display purposes only.  It is not intended to be placed on display outside of the home.  The artist is not responsible for damage due to exposure to outdoor elements.