Tuesday, 23 July 2013

More Painting and Decor Works on The Fairy's Nook!

Hello my dear friends,

I hope you are all well and are enjoying your summer. Well here in Malta is pretty much the same; getting hotter and hotter! Today I want to welcome three new followers to my Blog; Melanie, Ana Correia and Sans DD. Welcome!

I have been really busy with the Fairy's Nook. Even if it is a very small project it still takes it's time. I don't mind it one bit. I don't like rushing them anyway. The only things that I get desperate to finish are the tough pieces or mostly the parts which keep me awake during the night.

In these past two weeks I have managed to finish mostly the roof. This property has a lift off roof to see inside so basically the roof has to have a wow factor on both the interior and the exterior. The interior was a head ache which I over came in a couple of hours. At first I wanted to give it just a one plain color with some shading and shadows but it looked very empty and plain compared to the interior walls. Then I decided to paint it with leaves. So once again my acrylic paints and paint brushes came out. I painted the whole ceiling with climbing leaves. It took me hours to finish but at the end it was all worth it. 

The Painted Ceiling that I did

Inside the room
 Then I started working on the roof. I knew from the beginning of this project how I wanted the roof. I think it was the first thing that was really clear in my imaginative picture. I got myself some leaf garland the cheapest that I found. 99p for a garland with free postage. I cut out the leaves and tiled it to the roof. I think it is the cheapest roof covering that I ever made. In  this small project even if it is a 12th scale I wanted it to be built in the full life scale. I wanted to bring out this little fairy house to our real world. So the full sized leaves where just perfect.

The roof covered in full scale leaves

After that I started working on the lower grounds of this project which is practically under this one room. I have a clear picture of what I want only that I won't be saying anything before I actually believe that it is possible. Once again another headache to tackle. I have used another piece mdf wood cut in a circle and glued it to the base. I have used poly-fill to bring out the effect of a tree stump. Then I used paper and glue to make the rocks or uneven grounds around. So far I was pleased with the out come. Then my paint brushed and acrylic paint came back out. I have painted the whole base in different shades of brown and green. I tried to bring out the wood land effect.

The building of the base

The Tree Stump and roots
Painting the base

I am quite happy with the outcome. There is still a lot of work to be done especially in this area. Most probably it still has to be all covered. And finally this is how it looks like so far.

I hope you like what I have done so far on My Fairy's Nook. There is still so much to do. 

I have also added more fairy's miniatures at My Miniature World Shop which I have made myself.

Fairy's Water Jug and Canister

Fairy's Tea Set and plate of Fruite

Fairy's Candle Sticks

I have also started a new line with some Decorative Ceramic miniature plates which I have made and are also available at my shop.

Set of four Brambly Hedge Plates 'The four Seasons'

Set of Four Flower Fairy Plates
This is all for today. Hope to see you soon. Please keep tuned for more updates on The Fairy's Nook.

Take Care,

Rebecca xxx


  1. Once again Rebecca youhave done some beautiful miniature work. I adore this litle house!
    Well done love!

    1. Thank you so much Patty. Glad that you like what I have done.

  2. The house is original and very magical. I like the roof and the fairy plates are fabulous.
    Greetings, Faby

    1. Thank you so Faby. Glad that you like the roof and my new mini plates. xxx

  3. This is a lovely project!