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Two Amanita Muscaria (also known as Fly Agaric) mushrooms grow on a mossy hill with tiny white flowers and sparse grasses...a wonderful little scene for any nature lover!

The mushrooms are hand sculpted and the caps are painted red with an orange undercoat and sealed with glossy varnish. The mossy hill is needle felted in olive wool and securely nestled into a terra cotta base that I've hand-painted white. Scattered among the moss are ivory silk ribbon embroidered flowers, along with slender buds that are made from cotton thread in shades of olive greens and muted yellows. I've added a protective felt circle to the very bottom of the base so you can place this miniature scene anywhere you like... use it as a pincushion or as a sweet little home decor or office desk item.

The entire scene is 3 - 4 inches wide (depending upon which bases I have on hand) and 3 inches tall, from the bottom of the base to the tip of the tallest mushroom.

**Please note - this item is made to order and may take 2 to 3 weeks to be ready for shipping.** While the one you receive will look very similar to the one pictured here, it won't be an exact copy; they are each handmade one at a time :)

You can see the rest of my nature-themed pincushions here:

Sculpted Red Amanita Fly Agaric Forest Mushrooms in Wool Moss Made To Order - Pincushion Home Decor Nature Display

$32.00 USD
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  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: wool, paint, cotton thread, terra cotta, clay, silk
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Florida, United States
  • Feedback: 406 reviews
  • Favorited by: 1488 people