hopeful news that Frozen co-writer and co-director Jennifer Lee has gotten the approval by Disney to adapt A Wrinkle in Time for a new production, I've put together this collection of super crafty items that I'm sure you will just love!
Felty, the owner of Felt Like Helping (a shop dedicated to raising funds for Haiti Relief projects) made this adorable and detailed Aunt Beast doll. I want one to cradle my heart!
Appropriate to the planet where she lives, and and to the sightlessness of the inhabitants, Aunt Beast is quite plain and gray. The heart I created for Aunt Beast to cradle (as she cradled Meg) represents features of Aunt Beast that require more than the sense of vision to know they are there ~ healing love and the fragrance of spring.
Lynn Floor made this amazing stitched version of her friend's favorite A Wrinkle in Time book cover.
Lauren Delaney's etsy shop is filled with all kinds of adorable and awesome pieces for furnishing the most luxurious of dollhouses. What miniature reading room would be complete without its own copy of A Wrinkle in Time?
Hallie M. Gillett painted this amazing interpretation of A Wrinkle in Time as part of her Faerie Tale Feet series.
The amazing Madeline L'Engle doll by Debbie Ritter of UneekDollDesigns is just one of her many great author dolls!
For the fan of the author Madeleine L'Engle, I created this special art doll miniature. Madeleine wears stylish black pants with colorful floral shirt, and a knit lavender wrap scarf. She also has on dangling silver "earrings", and even carries a tiny replica of one of her books!