Saturday, 23 March 2013

Miniatures for the Princess's Room - Fairy Tale M M Tower

Hello my dear friends,

Hope you are all fine and enjoying your weekend. Trying to do my best by keeping everything updated. It is not easy. I want to welcome three new followers to my blog; Debbie, Chas Brennan and Lucky Little Fringer. Welcome! It is very encouraging.

Today I will be sharing with you some miniatures that I did with polymer clay for my Princess's room in the Fairy Tale Magical Mystery Tower. Like some of you know this project is all about my favorite Disney fairy tales combined together.

I have completed most of this room. Maybe I will add a carpet and a few more minis.

I have made some curtains for the room and added a pair of birds in the window. These represent Cinderella's animal friends from Disney's Cinderella.

Birds out side in the tower window
Curtains in the princess's room

Disney's Cinderella's friends
I have started then working on the inside of the room. I have found a pair of Glass slippers which fitted perfectly in the scene which come from the Cinderella story

My glass Slippers

Disney's Cinderella Glass Slippers
Then I added some pieces that come from Disney's fairy Tale 'Beauty and the Beast' I found a nice clock and a three arm candelabra. The clock was perfect as it is the same size of the candelabra just like in the motion pictures. These represent the characters of  Cogsworth and Lumiere  

My clock and candelabra 
Cogsworth and Lumiere in Disney's Beauty and the Beast
Then I started working on my miniatures which I have made out of polymer clay. I have managed to make a teapot and tea cup to represents the characters of Mrs. Potts and Chip which are both featured in Beauty and the Beast. 

My tea pot and cup which I have made out of polymer clay

Mrs. Potts and Chip in Disney's Beauty and the Beast.

I have added a shelve of books as both Bell in Beauty and the Beast and Rapunzel in Tangled love to read. The books where gifts from my dear friends Sergio and Doreen. The books are handmade and readable. I have also added a pair of bookends which have been hand painted by my father. Thank you so much guys. They will be treasured forever.

Then I printed the lantern painting which represents Rapunzel in Tangled. I have put it over the fire place just like in Disney's Tangled

My Printed Lantern Painting
The Lantern moral in Disney's Tangled
I have also wanted to add a few animal friends which we find in  most of Disney's fairy tales. I have managed to do Pascal the little cameleon as seen in Tangled. He was quiet a challenge. He's not perfect but I am happy with him. He was done by me with polymer clay.  

My little Pascal the cameleon

Made out of polymer clay
Pascal in Disney's Tangled

 I have also made two fluffy animals with polymer clay. Both of them are in fur coats. They are my first animal creations. There is definitely room for improvement but I am happy. I have made a bunny and a cat. 

My first bunny made out of polymer clay and fur
My furry cat
I have made a couple of more miniatures like the pie, the vase with roses and the jug. I have also painted a spinning wheel which we find it mostly in the fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty. The spinning wheel has been featured in both Disney's Fairy Tales 'Sleeping Beauty' and 'Tangled'.

My hand painted spinning wheel
The spinning wheel both featured in Disney's Sleeping Beauty and Tangled
 This is how it looks overall. 

The Princess's room

Polymer Clay miniatures done by me

The Books gifts from my friends and
hand painted bookends by my father

 I hope you like what I have done in this little room. There is quite a combination of Disney's fairy tales. Keep tuned as next time I will be showing you some more work on the Witche's Den.

Take Care and see you soon.


Rebecca xxx



  1. The princess room is fantastic. I love all the wonderful details. The teapot and cup are beautiful.
    Hugs Maria

    1. Thank you so much Maria for your kind words. Glad that you like Mrs. Potts and chip. xxx

  2. You've recreated a perfect princess room. I like everything.
    Greetings, Faby

    1. Thank you so much Faby for your kind words. xxx

  3. Love all your polymer clay creations especially Pascal as he is so cute :). My 11 years old daughter has just started using polymer clay and has made some fantastic charms so far. I will need to get her to make some mini things for my dolls houses.

    1. Thanks Diane for your kind comments on my polymer clay miniatures. I really appreciate it. Polymer care is very addictive.

  4. What a brilliant looking room, I love your wee polymer clay creations, they're great :)

    1. Thank you so much Janice, I am so pleased that you liked them. xxx