Keiras fairy house

Made by Stephanie Nasshahn

My grand daughter is turning 8 on Monday. I started this project on January 16 and finished tonight. So much work but no issues thanks to paper mache clay 🙂 .

Paper mache fairy house by by Stephanie Nasshahn
Fairy house armature in progress.
Paper mache fairy house by by Stephanie Nasshahn
Paper mache clay being added to the fairy house.

 

8 thoughts on “Keiras fairy house”

  1. Lisa Anne, thank you so much, I am so honored! Please please please share your treasure when its complete!
    My granddaughter adored it, she said “I have no words” that made my heart explode.
    Good luck on your adventure

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  2. My sister, turning 70, needs you! She wants a fairy house. Great work. Your grand daughter will have many adventures in her house. Thanks.

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  3. Wow – what a creative adventure… She is sure to love this treasure!

    Thanks so much for sharing, too. I have an old dollhouse my father made for me, which has been languishing for decades in a too-hot and too-cold attic. While the inherent structure is sound, it needs a LOT of “something” to make it kid-worthy again, and I had no idea what to do. Thanks to your post, I’ll now take this thought up again. Who says it has to forever and always look like a “dollhouse”? Hmmmm……

    Thanks so much for sharing your creative work of love!

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