Tuesday, November 29, 2016

A Quilled Fairy Garden

Hello Friends,

I'm back with another quilling project. It is quite an amazing experience making each part of it.
Take a look.


For this I took a chocolate box as the base. It is a cardboard box. I filled it with thermocol and cut a circular part for making the space for the pool. I colored the base grey to get a nice raw stone effect. Then I cut a plastic bottle and painted blue from outside to make it a pool. Once the base is done, I make the house with cardboard. I am planning to make a tutorial on how I made the house. If I do, then will definitely post it. Once the house is done I painted it and placed at the desired place. Then I placed a stone to show as a rock in the garden.

Then I made the tree beside the house. Once I completed it, I covered the trunk part with brown tape to give an older effect. Then I made these flower pots and glued them. Then made the bushes and the grass. Placed a snail on the grass beside the rock.  Placed sea shells around the pool to create a magical effect and also put them as stepping stones.

I used Pop Sticks to make the fence by simply gluing them.
Some closer look of my garden...

The Gate, the rock and snail on the grass

The Pool

 

This is my DT project for Indian Quilling Challenge for November.
If my work inspires you, leave some love in comments below.
Thank you for visiting,

Priya


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