The wild wood lady is sculpted of polymer clay (head,torso,lower arms and legs)over a wire armature. The armature provides both strength and flexibility. The rest of her body is formed using wire, batting and a variety of fabrics. Her gown is hand stitched using cotton fabric and a vintage wool kerchief. She has green glass eyes and mohair hair. The ladies bird's nest crown is formed using embroidery thread and artificial lichen. Inside are two tiny clay eggs. Two twig antlers sprout from her forehead. She carries a twig wand and a tiny glass bottle which contains a bit of her woodland home. As for her feet, well, look carefully and you might see two little hooves peeking out from beneath her gown. The lady stands at 11 inches in height. She has her own plexiglas stand which adds 1/2 inch. She is removable from the stand.