Jul 2, 2014

My Polyform Project: Premo! Sculpey Fairy Garden!

Good summer to you fine folks!

I know a lot of us have been busy with summer projects, being crafty and vacation fun! I hope you are all enjoying your summer...and winter for some! Regardless of your season, a fairy garden is a wonderful addition to any miniaturists projects, so here is a nice big tutorial for you to create with!

I present to you, the Premo! Sculpey Fairy Garden!


As you know I was very lucky to have been asked to do a project for Polyform, I think all of you know..I uhhh..roll in piles of polymer clay!

A lot of these pieces can be scaled and used in your regular projects, maybe you want to do a flower garden with a bench and birdbath, maybe consider creating a garden for friends, loved ones or just let the kiddos decorate all your deck pots!..(laughs at self)

Here is the link for the Fairy Garden tutorial.

Edit: Someone told me about the face book page also, go like and comment maybe they will consider some more miniature projects!


I do hope this will finally inspire you to "play with clay" even if you have been eager to do so but have not...now is the perfect time to just start mashing this putty gold about and creating something of magic and wonder!

Mini and Macro Hugs! ~J
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Ps...I am still silly Jane of the same name..preferring no fame..ignore the other one *smirk*


33 comments:

  1. Cool! I can't believe it's already July. Hope you're enjoying your summer.
    XOXO
    Ruth

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  2. Oh, I so want to do this. I am one of those people that hasn't really plucked up the courage yet to play with clay. I love the faux wood technique. I want to play!

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    1. Oh no more fear of the clay!!! I insist on seeing some little clay do dad from you madam! ;)
      Hugs~J

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  3. Wonderful mini garden Jane i love ! Kiss

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  4. A beautiful clay garden. Your work is simply awesome. Thanks for the links.
    Hugs, Drora

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    1. Thanks so much Drora, you are a fine clay artist yourself ;)
      Hugs~J

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  5. Hi Jane, wauw! Everytime when I see your work I always want to make a "fantasy" inspired miniature. Something Anne Rice, witches of Mayfair... you know what! I am just going to dit it! ;p
    Hug AM

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    1. Haha thank you much Am, I think you would work wonders!
      ~J

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  6. Hello Jane,
    The fairy Garden is spectacular. I love every single detail. your sculpting skills are really impressive. you really work magic with your fingers.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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    1. Thank you for the encouraging words Giac. I enjoy creating and hope to inspire :)
      Hugs~J

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  7. The fairy garden is so beautiful! I love the house and how it blends completely in the natural setting. The mushrooms and the rocky path are really well done! Congrats on such an awesome project! Thanks for the link! I will keep it with my future "to do" although I am sure I am not going to be nearly as good as you!

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    1. Thanks Jane! Oh just get the clay and start smashing! I am sure your wonderful dolls could use a cake or two? ;)

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  8. The fairy garden is fantastic, very magic. I like the details.
    Thanks for the link.

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  9. Wow - this Alisha knew what she did! *LOL* What a shame they mixed up the name... you deserve all the credits and applause for this fantastic tutorial. The wood clay is breathtaking and the method so well shown. I really like the idea with the stepping stones and the mushrooms and... öhm... eh... let's just say I love your whole fairy garden, it's so full of outstanding ideas and very inspiring.

    Hugs
    Birgit

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    1. Haha, I don't know who that lady is but she must be a copy cat ;P I am..Jane Smith *smirk*

      Thanks for the kindess hon ;)
      Hugs~A..er J

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  10. This is adorable! Great job!!

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  11. that is so cool, thanks for the how too :)

    Hugs
    Marisa

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  12. Awesomeness! I am off to look at the tutorial, but it is really a great scene to inspire us all.
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  13. Your fairy garden is gorgeous. the little house is amazing and I love the toadstools. I am now off to look at the link. Thank you !!Jane!! for sharing :)
    Hugs Maria

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  14. So cute! It is overloaded with cuteness!!! I love it and the tutorial is very clear...even somebody starting with clay can understand what to do! I'm happy you have all this clay at your disposal so that you can make more magic!! Unfortunately I don't like and use FB but I have no doubts that Sculpey will ask you to do more projects!! Because I'm jealous of all the clay and things they sent you, I'll say that this Alisha Fusco is better than you!! :P :P

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  15. Es precioso. Gracias por los enlaces del tutorial.

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  16. Jane, I will say what I've said before, that your talents are LIMITLESS and your sculpting skills leave me GOOGLE-EYED! :D
    Look Out... it is the Famous Jane, comin at'cha once again!
    Congratulations on a Fantasticus Fanaticus Gardenicus! :D

    elizabeth

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  17. What a wonderful fairy garden! I adore your mini house with its wood facade and the leaf roof. I'm double high-fiving you, Jane! Congratulations on all of your well-deserved success! xo Jennifer

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  18. It is a wonderful and imaginative fairy garden. There are so many fine and decorative details. It is also a special way to think creatively on. I do not have that side in me. Therefore is it so special to see everything you're doing.
    Hugs
    Wyrna

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  19. una jardin precioso , te entiendo yo estoy totalmente enganchada a la arcilla polimerica ,

    besitos

    Mari

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  20. Wow Jane! The fairy garden is wonderful, you are so creative and talented and generous to share a tutorial with us all!
    I love that bench! and the "wood grains".
    I still have a hard time coming up with ideas for my Fantasy scene, but I'm working on it =) I think you have inspired me, because I have at last made a wall =)
    Hannah

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  21. Wow, such a wonderful fairy garden with all those lovely details and ideas. Thank you for this great datailed tutorial. It brings me in the mood to make wood *lol*
    This time I "play with clay" again too. It´s going to be a Gorilla *wisper a secret*
    Hugs
    Melli

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  22. un bel giardino fiorito e magico! Grazie per i tuoi suggerimenti con il fimo.
    Un abbraccio.Manu

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  23. Wow is wonderful!! a hug, Marisa

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  24. Es una jardin de hadas maravilloso. Cualquier hada querría vivir en él.
    Muchas gracias por el tutorial.
    Besos
    Victoria

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  25. It's so darling! Great project and tutorial!
    hugs♥,
    Caroline

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  26. Wonderful fairy garden!
    Thanks for the tutorial :-)

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