Sunday, November 13, 2011

Fairy Land


Just wanted to share with you a little project I was working on earlier this week.  I always loved making fairies in a jar and I felt compelled to create a little 3D scene of fairies that had not been captured but were free in their own natural environment:  Fairy Land.
95% of this project was made with paper. Rolled paper flowers, paper mache walls, decoupaged toilet paper rolls and paper plates...

Most of the fairies as well as the text for the Fairy Land sign I found at the Graphics Fairy.

I did add wings and embellish the fairies with lots of shimmering glitter to make them seem more sparkly and magical.




I have never made anything like this but I had a lot of fun doing it and look forward to making more.

I'll be sharing this at some of the best link parties if you'd like to come too!

Link Party
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Making Monday Marvelous Linky Party Making

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  1. I love this! Great job for the first time. I wonder if you can put lights in the back? That might be cool, you could use a little twinkle strand and insert a few through the back wall maybe...I would love to see that if you try it. I'll follow you on Pinterest.

  2. You have a huge Pintrest site, How fun!

  3. oh wow this is so kewl.
    Would luv for my readers to discover your blog, will you please join our weekly party at
    have a great crafting week!

  4. I LOVE IT ALL!!!!! I could have fairies in a jar all around my home, and I DO have several that I have made! AND LITTLE THEATRES are my passion! I so love your header. Thank you for your visit and kind comments! Anita

  5. Hi Kathie, this is so cute. What a lovely idea. Thanks for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

  6. Your wee fairies are just adorable... very lively!
    Thanks for sharing today :D

    Visiting from BRAG MONDAY at GraphicsFairy, from (chilly) NW Illinois,
    ~Suzanne at WhyCuzICan