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1  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 48 ENTRIES / Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium on: March 07, 2010 11:08:01 PM
I can't get my camera to work!  I'll be up all night trying to fix it if I have to, because I spent so many hours creating my entry for this contest, and I don't want to miss out on entering it because my stupid camera won't work!  Please, please, please let me enter even though my pictures won't be up by the deadline (well perhaps they'll be up before midnight on the west coast, come to think of it).  Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to seeing everyone's entries and posting my own!  

UPDATE: I got my camera working!  YAY!  So here's my entry:

This is my Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium.  It was made by a teeny tiny fairy who loves horticulture.  As a beings very close to nature, most fairies are very find of fauna, but this particular fairy was obsessed with it.  She decided that she wanted to bring the nature she loves so dearly into her home, so she created this Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium.  

Technical details:  The Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium stands 2" tall, and 1.5" across.  It has a centerpiece of a pink orchid.  It also features a button fern, little red mushrooms, and a little plant with tiny pink flowers.  This all rests on a soft bed of moss.  It is enclosed within bell glass on a wooden platform.  It took approximately 8 hours to create. The plants and flowers are made of polymer clay, wire, silk flower fabric, and glue.  

Creating the plants for the Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium.

Creating more of the  plants for the Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium.

The finished Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium.

Back view of the Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium.

The Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium without the bell glass dome.

I hope you enjoyed the Teeny Tiny Fairy Terrarium!  I sure enjoyed creating it, and participating in this contest!  Happy crafting!

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