Skeleton fairy house


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Skeleton fairy house, close-up.  Moose hip joint, wood, driftwood, plastic dollar store skeleton, air-dry clay, beads, embellishments. 


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Skeleton fairy house with four skeleton fairy kings.


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Shadow fairy king, holding a plastic faceted heart.


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Ghost skeleton fairy king, holding a plastic heart.


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Skeleton fairy house, ghost skeletons.


I've seen a number of fairy houses in the neighbourhood, but they're not my style, so I didn't think I'd want to make one, until I thought about the little plastic skeletons I got at Halloween one year, and then I thought I'd like to make my own dark version of a fairy house, and here it is.  What else can I say?  This is so me...


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For Canada Day.  They need beerskis and baseball hats.


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Canadian skeleton fairy, unfinished.


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Both Canadian skeleton fairies.  Unfinished.  Air-dry clay baseball caps, wire for wings.


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Muskoka chair with air-dry clay beer bottle.  Unfinished.


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Inukshuk for Canadian skeleton fairy garden.  Painted face.  Stones from the beach at Port Dover, and beside the Grand River in Paris.


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Two skeleton fairies with baseball caps and beer bottles, sitting on their Muskoka chairs.


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Two Canadian fairy skeletons, with an Inukshuk.


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Stone, pre-mixed cement, sand, pebbles for the landscape.  I'm trying to decide if I should make a small lake or not.


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Made a little cabin to go with the beer drinking fairy skeletons.  The door opens on real hinges. The smoke is made from steel wool.  The window is a square of glass from the dollar store.  The basic structure was a house-shaped shelf from the dollar store. Acrylic paint, air dry clay.


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Door opened.  Inside is a wood stove, made from air-dry clay, acrylic paint.  The tea pot is a metal place card holder.  Clock made from watch parts.


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The wood stove, door opened (it has a real hinge, made from wire, and a bead.  The flames are pieces of red glass, and the wood is driftwood from the beach in Gibsons.


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This is the back.  I sign my work mt forest, with a glyph I've been using since the 70's.  I usually put a stamp on the back of my work too.  Just for fun.


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Cabin, behind the Canadian fairy skeletons drinking beer.


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Interior of the pyramid, fairy skeleton mummy, painted stone, etc.


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Fairy Skeleton King Tut pyramid, and sculpture from the dollar store, painted.  Painted Eye of Horus stone.