Thursday, 31 October 2013

Wanted: a sprinkle of fairy dust, the beat of an angel's wing......

I need more joiners for the Fairy/Angel Swap - if you would like to join us - sign up on this post.  If you wouldn't mind mentioning it in your next post that would be wonderful.

Fairies and angels are easy to make - you need to become childlike to do them, search your distant memories down the time tunnel to when you saw your first fairy or angel, once you are there capture that thought - box it and then release it in a creative frenzy - and you have a fairy or an angel.

Look at Pinterest for inspiration, trawl the Web for how-to's, search around for little finds that will make her unique - search charity shops, fabric stashes, craft shops, childrens books - did you find a bell, dolls dress, Barbie doll wings, leaves, knitty, felty woolly bits, paper mache?  She can be flat or fat, big or tiny, the only thing she definitely must have is a smile.


I didn't make this fairy you know - she has been in the house for years, nobody knows who she is or where she came from - she was the inspiration for the swap.

Come and join us -partners posted here over the weekend.

Update - Elizabethd I will put the squidoo links and any others I can find on the weekend post as I am working until then 0 thanks for the link 0 I couldn't get it to work so will have to check it before posting it, bye for now. Betty
 

6 comments:

  1. Betty, maybe you could add a link to t he Squidoo site, which has some good ideas?

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  2. Have a tremendous Thursday and Happy Halloween to all your family. Hope it is a spectacularly good spooky one Betty.
    Best wishes Molly

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  3. Good luck with the Fairy Swap.
    Happy Halloween.
    Hugs, JB

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  4. Hello my little wood fairy, i just realised that i wasnt following your blog, well now i am, us pixies and wood fairies need to stick together.....xxx

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  5. So glad you said 'creative frenzy'!lol Almost finished!

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