Sunday, 8 February 2015

Fairy houses for Our Creative Corner

Hello everyone and lovely to see you.
Today I am sharing a sponsor spotlight project over at Our Creative Corner. Our sponsor this month is Tando Creative.

Here is a little preview of my project, if you would like to see the rest and how I put it together, just click HERE
Hope you'll take the time to look as I would love to know what you think.

Thanks for coming by here anyway and have a great week ahead!

23 comments:

  1. Makes me think of Into the Woods, Astrid. Or a really dark fairytale before the were disneyfied.

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  2. Oh wow Astrid, this looks amazing! Off I go to get a better looksie! happy sunday :)

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  3. I hopped over and took a peek ... Wow!! Fabulous!!!

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  4. Saw these earlier on OCC - amazing! I love how you have made what probably normally wouldnt be vintage into vintage - if that makes sense! Nikki xx

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  5. What an amazing project Astrid, I´m totally in love with it. Soo gorgeous and beautiful in every little part of it. Soooooo well made in every corner and little detail.
    Have a wonderful day now and loads of more fun.

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  6. These look so cute!!
    I can image you had great pleasure creating these beautiful houses.

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  7. This creation has to be seen to be believed. What a fabulous work of art it is too. Just Stunning my Friend. Hugs Rita xx

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  8. Wonderful! Off for a proper look! Chrisx

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  9. This is just too sweet! I am always on the lookout for the faries and they would love this! Thanks ever so much for sharing with us.

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  10. Fantasic ... what a wonderful project this is!..
    Happy new week Astrid!

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  11. Well, you know how much I love 3D projects Astrid and this one is absolutely fantastic, I love how you did the little houses and your groundwork is superb! What a gorgeous gift for your Granddaughter! Hugs, Anne xx

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  12. Brilliant, absolutely fantastic, I just love those little houses

    Patricia x

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  13. I went over for a look, gorgeous project, the little houses are amazing, love all the colours and the textures as always. Take good care, Shirleyxx

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  14. Wow, Astrid, just been to see your project, a world of fantasy and fairy tales came to mind when I saw it. This will be cherished I'm sure.
    Yvonne xx

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  15. Astrid, this is so lovely and sweet! Very evocative of fairytales, which I have always loved. Your texture work with embossing powders is fantastic - I can see it when I zoom in on my iPad, lol. What a wonderful gift for a little girl in love with "all things Faerie"!! And what a clever product from Tando - I will have to follow to see how others treat this! xx Lynn

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  16. OMGosh! How adorable- I'm my over to check these out!

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  17. Oh.. this is such a lovely creation, Astrid. Love it! :)

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  18. Astrid,
    Such a beautiful creation....you are such a talent!
    Warmest regards,
    Diane@babiesbridesandlavender

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  19. Wooow! This is awesome! You are such a talented artist! I love your work. Your color combinations are fabulous. This is a brilliant piece of art! Thanks for the inspiration!
    Branka

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  20. This product is really cool, and the way you've altered it is wonderful! LOVE the texture on the houses!

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  21. Oh my goodness this looks straight out of a fairytale! Stunning little scene so beautifully decorated. Nicola x

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  22. Fairy houses, I need to see this!
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  23. So different, so clever, so imaginative. LOVE what you've done with these houses. Jenny x

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