DIY Polymer Clay Horns and Craft Foam Wings Tutorials from EPBOT. Top Photo: Lightweight Cheap Craft Foam Wings Tutorial from EPBOT here (she writes you could use these for “for dragon/fairy/bat/devil wings”). Bottom Photo: Polymer Clay Horns Tutorial from EPBOT here.
DIY Fairy Wings Tutorial from Firefly Path here. In the comments section someone mentioned this video where pantyhose are stretched over the wire form here: http://youtu.be/6YAUxeopgNw
DIY Bird House to Fairy House Tutorial from Crafts by Amanda here. These bird houses/feeders are so cheap at Michaels. This has some clever details and the tutorial is extremely detailed (down to the paint colors). First seen at Craft Gossip here. *If you want to see truly amazing artistic fairy houses that were photographed (by Sally J. Smith) go here and here. If you want to make fairy slippers go here, or maybe Fairy Doors that act as bookends? createartandriot had a really good idea for that here. Or maybe you want a sign warning against them (think True Blood) then go here.
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I bought unfinished wood book ends today at Hobby Lobby to decorate. Books take you to places you might not ever get a chance to go to in real life. I want my bookshelf to reflect that.
Truebluemeandyou: Love this idea and didn’t even know craft stores had these. I’ve seen these finished “fairy doors” on Etsy. You can see how createartandriot finished one of the book ends here: createartandriot.tumblr.com/post/17086700352/i-finished-one-of-the-fairy-door-book-ends and go here for more info on where to buy them at Hobby Lobby.
Forest Birch House by Sally J. Smith. Fine Art Marketplace here.
A faerie house made of birch bark with autumn leaves for a roof in a deep forest setting.
Available as: Open edition. 8 x 10 on 10 x 12 Giclee on Watercolor Paper. 11 x 14 on 13 x 16 Giclee on Watercolor Paper. 14 x 18 on 16 x 20 Giclee on Watercolor Paper. 11 x 15 Gallery-Wrapped Canvas