Wednesday, 1 June 2016

2016 #11 Fairy House {by Etsuko Noguchi}

2016 Topic 11: Our House

Hi everyone!! Etsuko Noguchi here. I'm thrilled to be back on the PaperArtsy blog and tonight I'd like to share with you a post for the ‘HOUSE’ theme.

I made this Fairy House to use my new favorite Sara Nauman’s stamp set.




Step 1. 
I started to make the houses using heavy weight card.

 Step 2. 
I then stamped Sara's ESN20 leaves by Fresco Guacamole, Hey Pesto, Hyde Park and Haystack onto the smoothy white stamping card 

 ESN20
I also stamped ESN20, ESN15 sentiments, wild flower and circle on the waxed tissue white using Archival inks. I tore the tissue paper and stuck by gel medium to the roofs.

Step 3. I was very inspired by 'Wanderlust' e-class Andy Skinner's fabulous technique. It was a complicated process but I followed up to the embossing this time.

I used Prima Modeling Paste onto each of the outer walls then I used heat tool until the paste dried a little (once it is no longer creamy). I stamped ESN20, ESN15 onto the outer walls with a little water. I shaped the house outer walls when the paste completely dried. Also I made fence and steps with chip board, I then used Golden White Gesso on the houses. 

​Step 4. 
I cut the leaves to make the roof tiles and attached onto each roof. And I added mosses. The tree was made with the same way as the roof.


Step 5. 
I painted Fresco Mermaid on the cube house and I added dry brushing with Guacamole. I then painted Fresco Haystack on the cylindrical house and I added dry brushing with Blue Oyster.

I used fab Hot Picks HP1605 to made the doors and the windows. 

Finally I made the mushrooms and the fairy with paper clay then I  painted with Frescos. I used ESN20 to made the fairy dress with Fresco Blue Oyster and China.


I really had enjoy to making the fairy house and love to play with wonderful stamps and Fresco paints. Hope you like this and would you like to make your own fairy house beside the window. 

Thanks so much for joining me tonight!
Hugs,
Etsuko Noguchi

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Thankyou Etsuko, this is such a sweet fairy house. The texture on the walls is wonderful, Sara's stamps have worked perfectly. The dry brushed technique was a great choice as it really lifts the texture. Such lovely finishing touches too, with the beads and words on the rooftop. ~Darcy


We would love to see how you interpret this Our House topic by linking what you make to our 2016 Challenge #11: Our House, on this page HERE.
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21 comments:

Lauren Hatwell said...

Wow! Etsuko, this is gorgeous! Lx

Helen said...

Thus is beautiful!!

Julie Ann Lee said...

Etsuko, these are adorable! I love how cleverly you used Sara's leaves to make those leafy roof tiles! These are perfect fairy houses, any fairy would be proud to call them home! xx

Lucy Edmondson said...

This is amazing, etsuko! Where do i begin? I love the shape of the houses and that you made them from scratch. I love the leaf tiles. I love the clay doll. The attention to detail and all the techniques are amazing. The shapes of the two houses remind me of the buildings we often see in France. Maybe they have fairies inside?

Lucy x

butterfly said...

Simply lovely, Etsuko - those leafy roof tiles are completely inspired. The whole project is full of imagination and delight!
Alison x

Kaz Hall said...

A really Lovely project xxx

Hazel Agnew said...

Etsuko, this is enchanting and adorable. I love the leafy roofs, and the textured walls. It also looked amazing when it was white! You have created a most wonderful, fairy world. What stunning detail and love you have put into it. Xx

Sarah B said...

Wow these are amazing - so much detail. The leafy roof tiles are so pretty xx

Chris Cresswell said...

Aw. They're gorgeous aren't they? Great use of stamps.

Julie Bell said...

Wow where did you get the idea, so cute and fabulous xx

PaperArtsy Rubber Stamps said...

Flipping heck etsuko these look amazing how cool is the whole base you set them onto and I love all the fabulous details!! Fantastic!!

Caz said...

Ditto what everyone else has said....these are amazing!
Caz
xx

Miriam said...

Stunning...love your houses

Miriam said...

Stunning...love your houses

craftimamma said...

Oh these are exquisite Etsuko. So many gorgeous little details to examine & delight in. Love the little fairy herself too. I would love to have this in front of me to pour over. We'll done a fabulous post.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Ruth said...

Amazing work and so many details...a delight! Ruth x

craftytrog said...

Wow!!! It's fabulous Etsuko! I love everything about it!
Alison xxx

Susan Battensby said...

Wow stunning houses, so much detail, must have taken ages and ages!

Deborah Wainwright said...

Oh My Etsuko this is fabulous, you clever thing. Love love love your faerie houses and gardens xxx

Marci said...

So cute and whimsical! Love the texture on the walls.

Coco said...

I love your whimsical project Etsuko, you put a lot of time and love into the roof tiles and they are absolutely gorgeous!!! Fantastic project and make, well done!!! :) xxx

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