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1  Re: first try at a Fairy Door in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by wvclaylady on: October 22, 2008 09:28:00 PM
Great job!  Keep at it, and you'll get the other parts, too!  I just love fairy doors of any kind, and I've seen some very imaginative ones.  I once made a couple on small fungi that grow on the side of trees, and they turned out pretty cute.  It was kinda neat, because the fungi made an instant stand and backdrop for them!  I am not sure where my photos are right now, or I'd attach one for you to see.

Sorry to go on.  LOL  Please post when you add more or make others!

xoxo
Shannon

Edit:  Ok, I finally found my photo.  Hope it's ok to share it with you!  I used polymer clay for the door and windows, and collected items like moss, nuts, etc. to embellish.  It's hard to tell from this picture, but the main part is a tree fungus.  I don't know what the real name is for them.  They are usually a half moon shape.

The clay items were baked first, then "antiqued" with paint, and glued on when they were dry.

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