Creating Fairy Folk/Thrift Store

(NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT IS INTENDED – IN OTHER WORDS THE ART WORK IS NOT MINE.)

Buying fairy folk for Fairy Dioramas from Michael’s, Joann’s, or Hobby Lobby can really get expensive; at about $10 each, even if your using 40% off coupons! I have found that going to thrift stores and treasure hunting for miniatures can be a great way to create a unique fairy world: customized to reflect your interests. Let me explain.

I went on a search and found miniatures, and as I looked at what was on the shelves I noticed three specific miniatures that revolved around a theme: books and reading!

I found a badger sitting comfortably in an oversized chair, reading a paper, a turleneck sweater bear reading a book, a mother bear reading to her son. I also found a picture frame with a book motif! These were found all at the same time! Total cost was $4.00!

DIY Thrift Store Finds
DIY Fairy Dioramas Book Theme

I wanted to adapt them to fairy-status with fairy wings. The wings are from butterfly wings I have collected over time from Michael’s. I used 2 wings in 2 sizes. See picture below and notice size!

Collected butterflys from Michael’s and Hobby Lobby!

Here they are fully adapted to Fairy status as I have cut both wings in 1/2 , creating 4 sets of miniature wings for Mom & Son bears, Turltle neck sweater bear, and the Badger.

Fairy Badger cost $2.00 at thrift store!

DIY Fairy Miniature Thrift Store Treasure Hunt!

Fairy reading bear $1.00
Fairy Mother &Fairy Son reading on book cost $1.00 at thrift store!

My next fairy diorama will be a North Star Fairy College Library. Here is the link as I began a step by step instructions to building the library. Please be patient, I will update with photograph and video steps on the Naissene Fairy World Diorama Instruction page and DIY Fairy Diorama Naissene World Youtube site! Whew! “Let The Fairy Dust Fly!

Published by naissenefairy

Creating dioramas and writing fairy stories

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