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Halloween Garden Fairies

Posted by concretenprimroses (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 9, 09 at 8:30

I was inspired to make these by an article in Somerset studio. Mine aren't as witchlike and have flowers, cuz I'm a gardener! A couple years ago I hand colored a bunch of flower, moth and butterfly b&w pics, and then I color photocopied them, those are the flowers and the moth wings. I have copyright free books that I photocopied the ladies from and the other b&w elements. And of course, scrapbook paper.
I'm now imagining a paper fairy christmas tree! I have some very different ideas, which I'll post if I actually do them, lol.
kathy

Halloween fairies:

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RE: Halloween Garden Fairies

Just for fun I googled garden fairies just now and I found these. Who knew? Everyone but me maybe, lol.
kathy

Here is a link that might be useful: Tentwo studio garden paper dolls


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RE: Halloween Garden Fairies

Girl, those are really neat. Another thing on my ever growing to do list. Last week I bought glass tiles at a GS, which I have never done, yesterday at an estate I bought a huge basket of beads because they were a good deal and on and on...
Syble


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RE: Halloween Garden Fairies

I know exactly what you are saying Syble, lol. I am now trying to use up some of the stuff that I have accumlated.
Thanks for commenting.
kathy


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RE: Halloween Garden Fairies

Very pretty, Kathy! I am glad you shared those with us, its always a treat to see what everyone is doing outside of gardening and garden junk. You done a beautiful job!
blessings-sherri


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Really very clever
thanks for sharing


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so cute! I love this type of art! if you put them in glass, you'd have a captured fairy :D
kudzu

Here is a link that might be useful: Kudzu's Blog


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