Monday, January 23, 2017

Fairy Wishes Terrarium


Well hello my crafty Friends!

Today I have a fun project to share with you. As soon as I saw Fleurette Bloom's Fairy Wishes Stamp set I knew exactly what I had to create... To me it screamed terrarium!

Here is a look at it all lit up in the dark. Think this will make a great night light for my daughter! How cool is that!?


My initial thought was to do it in a terracotta pot with a glass bowl and lid. Unfortunately, I tried it and it didn't work so well as the stamped images were too big for the bowl I had. So, I found myself a taller plastic container that I had stashed away in my closet. I knew this hexagonal container would come in handy someday. It's actually a Kirkland Chocolate container from this past Christmas, so if you have one kicking around don't throw it out, just remove the label and you'll eventually find a use for it!

Here is a closer looks at this magical place!


It is so pretty in the daylight too.


Here are the supplies I used, remember to be creative and use supplies already you have.

  • Fairy Wishes Stamp Set 
  • Stamped colored die cut images (fairy, rabbit, mushrooms)
  • used Spectrum Noir Markers to color images + clear Wink of Stella
  • a clear plastic container
  • battery operated light
  • hot glue and glue gun
  • dry moss
  • river rocks
  • twigs
  • silk flowers
  • wire
  • burlap
  • glue
  • star sequins
  • raffia
  • soil (optional)


Hope this project has inspired you to step out of your stamping comfort zone and create something unique. With a little imagination everything is possible!

If you love fairies, check out a previous post using this same stamp set.

Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Crafting  :)