Last week I showed how to sculpt miniature houses, flowers, succulents and a forest of mushrooms for our fairy garden teacups.
Were you able to find a teacups to build your project in?
If not, you might be able to use a pretty bowl, candle holder or even a teapot!
This week, as promised, I’ll show you how to create sweet little bunny rabbits, ladybugs and a garden trellis. Then we’ll put it all together and complete the project.
If you missed the first part, click here to watch part one of the Fairy Garden in a Teacup.
Tools & Materials (from part one):
- Aluminum foil
- Scraps of green and brown clay for the ground
- Scraps of clay in colors of your choice for houses, mushrooms, succulents and flowers
- White acrylic paint
- Translucent Liquid Sculpey
- Clay blade
- Acrylic roller and/or pasta machine
- Dotting tools
- Needle tool
- Marking tool
- 3/16 inch flower cutter
- Chalk pastels and/or mica powders for dusting succulents
- Magnifying light (I could not do this project without it!)
Tools & Materials (for part two):
- scraps of white, red, black and green polymer clay
- 3/16 inch round cutter (part of same set as 3/16 inch flower cutter)
- 30 gauge wire
- flat nose pliers
- wire cutters
- pink and white chalk pastels
- black acrylic paint
- small detail paintbrush
- tiny scoop set
- Repel Gel
- undrilled stone chips
- dried moss
- wax carving set
- Poly Bonder glue
Enjoy the video and happy creating!
Watch the Fairy Garden In a Teacup Polymer Clay Sculpting Miniature Tutorial-Pt. 2 of 2 video at YouTube.