She is named Agatha
She rest on the wall above our toilet, with a slight prudish look to the curve of her lips. I really adore her. She wasn't terribly difficult to construct, but it did take some patient undertaking. I found watching Youtube videos of others contracting faces was priceless - there are a plethora, so you are in good hands should you feel the need to make one (I hope you do)! Also the blog Adele po is incredibly inspiring and informative - the best on the subject! I used their recommendations for the clay and tools.
Here is a snapshot of the process!
Use a small drill to make holes for the dried stems and a place to hang from on the back of the head. Make the holes before glazing!