Thursday, 2 November 2017

Fairy Garden ATC Shrine by Tracey Fairgrieve


Hello everyone, I do hope you are all keeping well?

Today I am sharing an ATC Shrine I made a few weeks ago as a
DT sample for That's Crafty's 6th October Hochanda Show

Here are those Fairy Garden ATC Shrine *How to do's..*


I first coated the outer frame of the Shrine with White Gesso then using the Dinky Bubbles Stencil I pushed light texture paste through it, when dry I scratched off some of the circles so I could apply a good amount of red paint around them. The circles have been tidied up around the edges using a white Posca pen. This will represent the cap of a Toadstool.






Onto the back board of the shrine I drew the stalk of the Toadstool adding a door and grasses for detail. Gluing the side pieces of the Shrine together I carefully repeat the scenery using a mixture of Shimmer and Multi Surface Paints continuing the theme. Mixing with the sparkler sprays has given a watercolour effect and added a touch of Fairy Magic.






Dots and detail was added when the shrine was glued together with greyboard toadstools bits and pieces coloured with posca pens then glued into place.






A double Toadstool and two Fairies have again been delicately coloured with Posca pens and glued into place with a thin coating of 3D Gel applied all over the Shrine to seal.






Apologies for the lack of process photos as I was unwell whilst making the last DT samples but hopefully the few photographs I do have you can understand how it was all created.

One thing you cannot see is that the detail inside the Shrine actually continues 
on the outside but I will leave that to your imagination.

Thank you for sharing your time
I look forward to sharing more of mine with you all
same time next Thursday.

Take Care and Stay Safe

Crafty Hugs
Tracey xx

Crafty Supplies:


That's Crafty! Surfaces Bits & Pieces Greyboard Toadstools, Fairies
That's Crafty! Surfaces MDF ATC Round Top Shrine
That's Crafty! Sparkler Sprays
That's Crafty! Multi Purpose Glue
Light Texture Paste/3D Gel (Being released next week!)

16 comments:

  1. Your lovely fairies, have the most wonderful home there, Tracey. I love their tiny door , and the beautiful toadstools , you painted so wonderful ! A gorgeous idea, and a very lovely adventure , you took me on . Love it , dear !!
    Hugs, Dorthe, xx

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    1. Thank you so much Dorthe, those fairy surfaces are just the sweetest size xx

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  2. This is stunning Tracey. Such amazingly beautiful detail and a very creative way to decorate up the shrine as a toadstool house. Love it!
    Fliss xx

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    1. Thank you Fliss, I was glad it worked as it was a great way of filling up the space inside the shrine as time was a little short when this was made xx

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  3. I knew I was right to believe in fairies because there they are living in your fabulous toadstool. Beautiful make
    Love
    Amanda x

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    1. Hee heee but of course Amanda, how could you ever have doubted such a thing :)) xx

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  4. I really love this one Tracey, it really is magical with the fairies and I adore that toadstool too
    Hugs
    Donna xx

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  5. I always make one Christmas present for each child and this is perfect. Thank you for the how to's and the links. Think there's going to be some late nights round here!!!

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  6. I always make one Christmas present for each child and this is perfect. Thank you for the how to's and the links. Think there's going to be some late nights round here!!!

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    1. That's a lovely idea Christine, Thank you so much for visiting and your kind comments. You are most welcome and *Happy Crafting* x

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  7. Sorry for my late replies peeps, it's been one of those weeks xx

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  8. This is such a wonderful creation❣️

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    1. Thank you so much for a wonderful compliment Melina xx

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  9. Oh fabulous! I love your toadstool shrine - what a magical and fun creation.
    Alison x

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