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  1. So i will be going to a gothic neo-romantic ball beginning of march, here in Belgium. It's called Gala Nocturna. This will be the 6th edition i will go to. I always try to make my costume mostly myself and this gives a lot of stress, but also fun and a rewarding feeling when people admire your costume at the bal This year i exceptionally ordered my ballgown, but i will be making my own set of fairy wings and a crown. The theme is the Age of Redemption and the dresscode is a bit Virgin Mary inspired, but also demands to express your true inner self. So my inner self, seems to be an elf with wings in long red ballgown. Here is the link to the ball: http://www.gala-nocturna.com/#home. People from all over Europe come to join us every year and so i made friends in England, Holland, Germany, Italy. I just finished the frame of the wings (craftwire), and will now start to make the wings itself using cellophane, Angelina magic fibers to add some sparkle and laminate them. This laminating process is a new experiment. I already made wings once, only with Angelina Fantasy Film and craftwire. I'm curious how they will turn out.
  2. First I want to say, if this violates any rules please remove it. I don't like breaking rules. This is a website so hopefully it is okay. I'm working on some macrame plant holders for my mini from porch and needed some inspiration for painting the clay pots I had made. I came across this site with the cutest fairy gardens and wanted to share. I think I'm gonna have to break some pots his summer! http://www.earthporm.com/broken-pots-turned-brilliant-diy-fairy-gardens/
  3. Ran across this site and was impressed by the wings and the affordability. Also watched a youtube video of a man applying Diamond Glaze to both sides of them to add shine and dimension. http://ooakartistemporium.com/WingSheets.html
  4. Dr Thaddeus has decided to go into the real estate business and put his quarter scale steampunk fairy house up on the market for sale. Drop by my Etsy store to visit this little charmer when you have a minute. https://www.etsy.com/listing/100771135/quarter-scale-steampunk-fairy-house-an Deb
  5. Ah, springtime when a young mad scientist's fancies turn to love. Would you believe that Dr Thaddeus Robertson has fallen in love with a fairy? Apparently it's pretty serious because he's built a house for her. Well, to be honest he took a quarter scale house (the carriage house from one of the Greenleaf villages) that I'd built about a year ago and finished it. I'd originally intended that house to be a witch's house and had gotten as far as doing the stonework on it but then I got started on the Rosedale and the little house got lost in the shuffle. Dr Thaddeus dug it out of the UFO box and put on strong copper doors and a roof of steel plates bolted together with brass rivets. He complained a lot about having to do menial labor like that when what he was really itching to do was make things like the water well pump in the side yard and the carriage lamp out front. He even put a pretty fairy medallion over the door. The fairy must like it because I see smoke coming from the chimney and that's always a good sign of a happy home. I'm not sure how things are going to work out with them, but I truly do wish Dr Thaddeus all the best. He deserves to get out of the laboratory once in awhile and have some fun. Here's a teaser pic of the fairy house. You can see more pictures including close up details in my steampunk gallery here on the forum or if that doesn't work for you, you can go to my website here. Deb
  6. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    I've noticed recently that Dr. Thaddeus has been a bit, well, let's say "distracted" of late. I hesitate to use that word because in the grand and everlasting tradition of mad scientists throughout time, the good doctor has never been accused of being attentive. However, his mind has been far from the plans pinned to the wall above his work table. He's been almost secretive about his latest work and has spent much more time than usual on my computer. Yesterday he showed me his most recent invention and I immediately realized what's been going on. He's in love. Oh my goodness, he's fallen head over heels in love with a fairy! He won't tell me her name but he said that they met when he was scavenging in the back yard and they've talked online a couple of times since then. She's an urban fairy with a strong love of all things industrial and yet she still has old fashioned fairy sensibilities. Like most fairies, she prefers to live in hidden corners away from human eyes and has been happily habitating under my spyria bush until the local raccoons took over the neighborhood and forced her to the top of the tallest pine tree. The poor thing was distraught about losing her home. In a move that stunned me and dazzled the fairy, the Dr showed that he has a bit of chivalry in his old bones and designed a new house for her. It has the pretty, earthy things that fairies love but with a nod to her urban sensibilities, the house has the latest innovations such as a shining carriage light in the front yard and an automatic pump for the water well in the side yard. When I told him that it was the sweetest thing, he grumbled a lot but his face turned red from the tips of his sprung collar to the top of his balding head. Will this be the start of something new for our mad scientist friend? Will the good doctor find true happiness? And will he learn how to smile? The answers to these and other questions will come in time but for now Dr. Robertson says that I'll have to be content with some pictures of the Steampunk Fairy House.

    © deb roberts

  7. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    I've noticed recently that Dr. Thaddeus has been a bit, well, let's say "distracted" of late. I hesitate to use that word because in the grand and everlasting tradition of mad scientists throughout time, the good doctor has never been accused of being attentive. However, his mind has been far from the plans pinned to the wall above his work table. He's been almost secretive about his latest work and has spent much more time than usual on my computer. Yesterday he showed me his most recent invention and I immediately realized what's been going on. He's in love. Oh my goodness, he's fallen head over heels in love with a fairy! He won't tell me her name but he said that they met when he was scavenging in the back yard and they've talked online a couple of times since then. She's an urban fairy with a strong love of all things industrial and yet she still has old fashioned fairy sensibilities. Like most fairies, she prefers to live in hidden corners away from human eyes and has been happily habitating under my spyria bush until the local raccoons took over the neighborhood and forced her to the top of the tallest pine tree. The poor thing was distraught about losing her home. In a move that stunned me and dazzled the fairy, the Dr showed that he has a bit of chivalry in his old bones and designed a new house for her. It has the pretty, earthy things that fairies love but with a nod to her urban sensibilities, the house has the latest innovations such as a shining carriage light in the front yard and an automatic pump for the water well in the side yard. When I told him that it was the sweetest thing, he grumbled a lot but his face turned red from the tips of his sprung collar to the top of his balding head. Will this be the start of something new for our mad scientist friend? Will the good doctor find true happiness? And will he learn how to smile? The answers to these and other questions will come in time but for now Dr. Robertson says that I'll have to be content with some pictures of the Steampunk Fairy House.

    © deb roberts

  8. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    Here's a close up of the steel roof that is one of my favorite features of the house. Check out the brass "bolts" holding the sheets of "steel" in place.

    © deb roberts

  9. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    Dr Thaddeus wanted to make sure it was easy for his delicate fairy to draw water from her well so he installed this amazing pump. All she has to do now is turn a handle and have steaming hot water. That was really sweet of him!

    © deb roberts

  10. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    This is one of the really fun pieces I created for this house.........it's a carriage lamp that sparkles with brass and a faceted crystal shade.

    © deb roberts

  11. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    I've noticed recently that Dr. Thaddeus has been a bit, well, let's say "distracted" of late. I hesitate to use that word because in the grand and everlasting tradition of mad scientists throughout time, the good doctor has never been accused of being attentive. However, his mind has been far from the plans pinned to the wall above his work table. He's been almost secretive about his latest work and has spent much more time than usual on my computer. Yesterday he showed me his most recent invention and I immediately realized what's been going on. He's in love. Oh my goodness, he's fallen head over heels in love with a fairy! He won't tell me her name but he said that they met when he was scavenging in the back yard and they've talked online a couple of times since then. She's an urban fairy with a strong love of all things industrial and yet she still has old fashioned fairy sensibilities. Like most fairies, she prefers to live in hidden corners away from human eyes and has been happily habitating under my spyria bush until the local raccoons took over the neighborhood and forced her to the top of the tallest pine tree. The poor thing was distraught about losing her home. In a move that stunned me and dazzled the fairy, the Dr showed that he has a bit of chivalry in his old bones and designed a new house for her. It has the pretty, earthy things that fairies love but with a nod to her urban sensibilities, the house has the latest innovations such as a shining carriage light in the front yard and an automatic pump for the water well in the side yard. When I told him that it was the sweetest thing, he grumbled a lot but his face turned red from the tips of his sprung collar to the top of his balding head. Will this be the start of something new for our mad scientist friend? Will the good doctor find true happiness? And will he learn how to smile? The answers to these and other questions will come in time but for now Dr. Robertson says that I'll have to be content with some pictures of the Steampunk Fairy House.

    © deb roberts

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