Smeared and Smudged Scary Fairy Blog Hop

To celebrate International Fairy Day, the Smeared and Smudged members are having their very own Scary Fairy Blog Hop. If you are following the blog roll you should have arrived here from Dream In Darkness and your next stop will be Harp. The full roll is below, and if you get lost you can always start over from the top. Please take some time to leave us all a little love, we really enjoy reading your comments.

Black Dragon

Dream In Darkness

Teresa

Harp

Leigh

Lost Coast Portal To Creativity

Katie

Susan

Kat

 


On to my project….

All fairies, even scary ones, need somewhere to live and how do they get into their homes???……through the scary fairy door of course:

Stampotique - scary fairy door

 

I have used two Stampotique rubber stamps for my project and a little butterfly stamp for the wings.

The base is a canvas board which I covered in DecoArt Crackle Paste to create a bark-like texture. I added colour and detail with DecoArt Media acrylics. I painted some grey board with acrylics and stamped the door twice with Archival Ink so I could layer it up. Once dry I carefully cut them out and glued together. The ‘fairy’ and her wings were stamped with Memento ink and coloured with Promarkers before cutting out. I added a driftwood step and glued everything in place with a hot glue gun.

Stampotique - scary fairy door

 

I hope you enjoyed looking at my project today – have fun hopping!!

I am entering the following challenge:

Stampotique Designers – Add Wings SDC 201

12 Replies to “Smeared and Smudged Scary Fairy Blog Hop”

  1. I love the quirky Stampotique stamps…i have some…must use them more!
    The crackle background is gorgeous and the fairy and door are perfect with it.
    Thank you so much for joining in with this months members hop
    Teresa. love BDx

  2. How marvelous – she is just gorgeoulsy coloured and that background is AWESOME. It really looks like wood. Marvelous creation ! 😀
    Hugz
    IKE xxx

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