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Fairy Furniture

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THE FAIRY SWAN

THE FAIRY SWAN- My Name is Bonnie Anne and I am 60 years old. Disclaimer: All images are copyright to their respective owners. I am not a photographer and give all credit to the gifted artists featured on my page. I edit my headers and background from...

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Miniature Fairy Garden Solar Staircase Stump House | PlowHearth

Expand your fairy garden with our delightful Miniature Fairy Garden Solar Staircase Stump House, solar-powered to light the way home for fairies, pixies and friends. Our resin garden decoration features a sweet garden sign, an elaborate stone stairway and lots of 3D detailing. Flowers and realistic moss add natural charm! This fairy stump’s interior is fully furnished with permanently attached accents - tables, chairs and stools. Place along a walkway, flower bed or in your fairy garden for a soft, warm glow at night.

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Encuentra el regalo hecho a mano perfecto, prendas vintage y de tendencia, joyería única y más... muchísimo más.

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25 Cute DIY Fairy Furniture and Accessories

Make your own DIY Fairy House Furniture and Accessories with these fun tutorials. Tons of easy ideas using items you already have around the house!

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Miniature Lantern Tutorial

Happy pre-Thanksgiving Y'all! I promise I will eventually report on something other than miniatures... buuut it's just what I feel like sharing mmmk? I recently posted pictures on my Instagram page of a cabin scene I made. And in this precious scene were two lanterns that I made in a sort of jiffy. The next day or two I thought... maybe this mini cabin person has a collection of lanterns... so I started digging for more beads and more buttons and along the way thought I'd show you! I started by going through my old button stashes for bases, middles and tops of the lanterns. For the bottoms I wanted more decorative and flat bottom buttons. For the middle, ones that could support the round globe beads. For the tops, something either domed or that had a hook resembling a handle. Here are the ones that I found. For more of my miniature tutorials click HERE. Decorative bottom buttons. Tops. These are the beads I used for the globes or the lanterns.... I guess there are not pictures of the middles. They are pretty plain. Next I glued the middle buttons to the bottom base buttons, then the globe, then more middle buttons, and then the tops. I used Elmer's Wood Glue. It's my favorite go-to glue. I didn't take pictures of the process of gluing. I simply dip my favorite paint brush into the glue and dab it on a button the stack. The important thing is to give the glue time to dry. I'm bad about the patience part of this. :) After the glue has dried and set it's time to paint. I just use normal craft paint. Some of them need handles. So I cut a piece of wire about one inch in length, bend it around a paint brush handle and bend the ends. I then put glue on each bend and place where it belongs on the tops of the lantern. Here are my results! They aren't perfect and some of them aren't straight but that's how I like them. This one sort of looks more like a hummingbird feeder to me. So I guess that can happen too. When I look through old buttons like this I always pick out the shell buttons and put them in a special jar. I can always spot them. They have a different kind of opal-ness to them in color and shine. Most of the time the backs of them are darker like sea shells, a lot of times they aren't level in their cut and they most always have a cooler temperature. I like to touch them to my chin to make sure of the temp. They are so pretty and I for sure don't want to use them in this project and paint over their natural beauty! Check these pictures out of them. This picture show the back sides. They aren't always white in color. I love these darker ones. The back of these is the picture above. It looks like I've never gone through this tin of buttons and pulled out the sea shells. I'm certain there's more! My morning sorting. For more of my miniature tutorials click HERE.

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Miniature Lantern Tutorial

Happy pre-Thanksgiving Y'all! I promise I will eventually report on something other than miniatures... buuut it's just what I feel like sharing mmmk? I recently posted pictures on my Instagram page of a cabin scene I made. And in this precious scene were two lanterns that I made in a sort of jiffy. The next day or two I thought... maybe this mini cabin person has a collection of lanterns... so I started digging for more beads and more buttons and along the way thought I'd show you! I started by going through my old button stashes for bases, middles and tops of the lanterns. For the bottoms I wanted more decorative and flat bottom buttons. For the middle, ones that could support the round globe beads. For the tops, something either domed or that had a hook resembling a handle. Here are the ones that I found. For more of my miniature tutorials click HERE. Decorative bottom buttons. Tops. These are the beads I used for the globes or the lanterns.... I guess there are not pictures of the middles. They are pretty plain. Next I glued the middle buttons to the bottom base buttons, then the globe, then more middle buttons, and then the tops. I used Elmer's Wood Glue. It's my favorite go-to glue. I didn't take pictures of the process of gluing. I simply dip my favorite paint brush into the glue and dab it on a button the stack. The important thing is to give the glue time to dry. I'm bad about the patience part of this. :) After the glue has dried and set it's time to paint. I just use normal craft paint. Some of them need handles. So I cut a piece of wire about one inch in length, bend it around a paint brush handle and bend the ends. I then put glue on each bend and place where it belongs on the tops of the lantern. Here are my results! They aren't perfect and some of them aren't straight but that's how I like them. This one sort of looks more like a hummingbird feeder to me. So I guess that can happen too. When I look through old buttons like this I always pick out the shell buttons and put them in a special jar. I can always spot them. They have a different kind of opal-ness to them in color and shine. Most of the time the backs of them are darker like sea shells, a lot of times they aren't level in their cut and they most always have a cooler temperature. I like to touch them to my chin to make sure of the temp. They are so pretty and I for sure don't want to use them in this project and paint over their natural beauty! Check these pictures out of them. This picture show the back sides. They aren't always white in color. I love these darker ones. The back of these is the picture above. It looks like I've never gone through this tin of buttons and pulled out the sea shells. I'm certain there's more! My morning sorting. For more of my miniature tutorials click HERE.

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Fae Folk World: Let Your Imagination Take Flight!

Selling Fae Folk® fairy dolls and related fairy products, like a fairy book called "How to Keep a Fairy" which answers "Are fairies real?" Products include beautiful, handmade, posable art dolls such as Bendable Elves, Mermaid Dolls, Witch Dolls and Flower Fairies. All these types of fairies make great unique gifts.

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Find the perfect handmade gift, vintage & on-trend clothes, unique jewellery, and more… lots more.

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