Friday, March 21, 2014

The Fairy Spider and her SpiderWeb Door

A work in Progress

I had a small wood circle and thought it might lend a touch of whimsy to a Fairy's Door so I went about creating a little Fairy/Hobbit Door. The shape of it reminds me more of a Hobbit's door to their home but being such a tiny door I thought it was meant more for a Fairy, actually a Fairy Spider would suit it best : )

Materials Used

Wood Circle

E 6ooo Glue

French Vintage Glass Button

Art Deco ? Earrings

Upholstery Tack


Silver Leaf

Wood Burning Tool

Sorry but when I wrote this post it was early morning and I was half asleep so I forgot to say that the spider web , spider and flowers were first sketched in followed by wood burning and then the silver leaf was applied.

I started with a light sketch of the web and Fairy Spider and then applied the silver leaf to the Fairy Spider and her web. I then went over the web threads with a metal tool to give a thinner touch to the Spider Fairy's web threads. The silver leaf is wonderful in mimicking the glittery gossamer silken threads created by the Fairy Spider. After that was done, I worked in the colours with inks. I also thought it be great to have the Spider Fairy know at all times who comes knocking at her door by enclosing a Peep Hole at her door.So I drilled a hold in the centre of the wood circle and added the glass button, when the Fairy Spider Door is placed in front of a light source a light shines through…..magical. 

I will now need to attach the Fairy Spider Door to the burled wood base 

and then I think I will add this Spider Fairy Door to my Etsy shop, I just can't keep holding on to everything : )

So until next time signing off and don't forget to visit everyone at PPF!

Annabelle ~m..m~


Faye said...

What an original and creative piece! I love the shiny web. The whole idea is wonderful.

Erika Nittel-Traser said...
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Erika Nittel-Traser said...

Dear Annabelle,
you wood art is just amazing. Also your enchanted magic
blue paintings!
Thank you for your visit and your kind words. Such make me happy :)
Greetings from Erika - Das blaue Haus

Leovi said...

A real beauty! This composition is a great work of art!

denthe said...

You have such a great imagination. I love the idea of a fairy spider, and giving her a peephole is genius. Thanks for explaining your process!

minnemie said...

very creative! love all you brought to this piece.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

This is magical!
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

JKW said...

I love the spider web. . .I take pictures of them. We have 'crab' spiders that make webs from one end of our world to another 2-car lengths across.. . .they get going and don't stop. Thanks for telling me the way you created it. Blessings, Janet PPF

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