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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Fairy Frozen Charlotte and Gnome Shadow Box for LeslieRahye's Fairyland Bloghop


Welcome to my stop on this very magical bloghop hosted by the Fabulous LeslieRahye!


I am all about green-crafting! For this project I have taken a cigar box lid and some other bits and baubles to transform it into a shadow box straight from Fairyland!



The Gnome is a vintage collage image from AlteredPages.com
and is nestled amongst money shred for grass.



The lovely detail of my Fairy Frozen Charlotte
is worn and weathered made of Creative Paperclay™.

To see how I made this frozen charlotte Fairy - please CLICK HERE to see how-to at the Amazing Mold Putty Blog.

Please scroll down to click on the squares below to continue to all the fantastic artists on the hop! Thanks for stopping by. I invite you to join me on August 18th for my very first bloghop featuring Altered Wooden Spoons {CLICK HERE for details}...see you there! Sb : )




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19 comments:

  1. I love your aim to be a green crafter Susan. Your art piece today is pretty ,particulalry the little fairy girl. I am saying hi to you from ABAC and I am about to join your followers.
    Julie

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  2. I love your green shadow box with the Altered Pages gnome, but I particularly love your little frozen Charlotte fairy piece. She does look like she has been around for awhile, but she is absolutely beautiful. Love that worn look. TFS.

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  3. Brilliant shadow box Susan, love it ! X Fab

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  4. Susan, that is just enchanting. I love it. The idea of shredded money makes PERFECT grass I would never have thought of it - and your paperclay frozen charlotte is just lovely.

    Congrats on a job well done!

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  5. They are all fabulous! Congrats

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  6. Really Fantastic CONGRATS TO ALL.

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  7. Love your repurposed cigar box. Love all of the fabulous detail of the piece. I have never worked with paperclay but I will have to look for some to try. TFS

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  8. Susan,
    I so loved the idea of a fairy shadow box. Your art elements are so eclectic. You have the creative flair to make them all fit together.

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  9. What a fabulous way to upcycle a cigar box! I love how you've mixed all these elements to create such a delightful piece.

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  10. So very pretty. Love the vintage images

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  11. Susan, this is just stunning!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. These are just adorable! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. what a beautiful fairy wonderland in a cigarbox..who woulda thunk..love it..and the precious little paper clay fairy..lovely

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  14. beautiful technique. thanks for sharing!

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  15. This is amazing! I love the weathered and vintage feel of the adorable fairy and the whole project is fantastic! I envy your ability to gather so many lovely things and put them together in one piece. My attempts end up looking very cluttered!! The shredded money is brilliant!!

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