Happy What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday and Happy Christmas Eve!

I have no desk to show you today, as all that is on it are some scraps of wrapping paper, scissors and bits of tape.

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But many of you asked to see the Garden Fairy House project of mine that was published in the January issue of Polymer Cafe. So here you go.

Click on any of the pics for a closer look.

garden fairy house ladybug

Here are several photos that didn’t make it into the magazine.

garden fairy house window

The base was built on a votive candle holder, so that gives you an idea of the size.

garden fairy house flowers

I used real leaves to give the texture on the roof.

garden fairy house

And I still haven’t gotten mine into the garden. Next spring, for sure. 🙂

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If you’d like to learn how to make this (and other things) be sure to check out the January/February 2015 issue of Polymer Cafe. 

*************Update October 26, 2017****************

If you aren’t able to get a back issue of the magazine, this tutorial is now available as a downloadable PDF on Etsy.

Happy creating and Merry Christmas!

P.S. If you’re not too crazy busy this Christmas Eve, take a little time to see what’s on the workdesks of creative folks from all over. Join our weekly blog link party over at Julia’s.

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10 thoughts on “WOYWW-Garden Fairy House

  1. That house is just lovely with all those details on the leaves are so realistic must look wonderful with a candle lit inside Have a very Merry Christmas Hugs Nikki #4

  2. Hi Sandy, A Happy Christmas to you and yours. Wow, that is awesome, I’m passing on the link to my DIL, who loves anything fairy related, and small.Its just the sort of thing she’d love to do,. Happy Christmas Eve WOYWW, Love from us both, Shaz #11 xxxx

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