​♡ DIY Fairy House Lamp Using Jar ♡

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Introduction: ​♡ DIY Fairy House Lamp Using Jar ♡

About: Hello ! I'm Creative D2H, You can see in my posts how to make beautiful things, to create houses of history, fairy houses, recycling ideas, decorations, crafts,and paint. They use very cheap materials and al...

Hello ! In this tutorial I show you how I made a medium sized fairy log house using a coffee jar, aluminium foil, hot glue, paper clay and acrylic paint. It’s fun to make and you can use it as a decoration, secret hiding spot, or you can even turn it into a lamp by adding some battery operated LED candle lights.

Materials and tools : One empty jar with lid, Aluminum foil, Paper clay, Hot glue, Acrylic paint, Hot glue gun, Clay sculpture tools.

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Step 1: Cover With Paper Clay

First, I cover the jar with paper clay (I used "Das modelling material" but you can any paper clay or even a homemade paper clay). I don't use natural air dry clay, it will shrink and that will result in a lot of cracks around your jar.

Step 2: Building the Base of the House

Secondly, I cut the carton to two circular shapes (or three depending on the desired thickness) and I glue them using hot glue. Afterwards, I cover it with clay.

Step 3: Adding Mushrooms and Other Plants

And still using paper clay, I added mushrooms and other plants. Also, I add an ax and trunk of a broken tree. With the same way, you can easily add more details using paper clay.

Step 4: Building the Roof of House

I used aluminum foil and glue with the lid of jar to build the basic shape of the roof. I covered them with paper clay while adding a roof window. After, I covered everything by posing above already prepared autumn leaves.

Step 5: Paint

I used acrylic paint for painting. You can also use watercolors and watercolor crayons. It's up to you. In the end you can seal the paint using some matte spray varnish. I placed some battery LED lights under the house. I recommend you use soft lights that will gently illuminate your windows so it looks like a real house.

Step 6: Watch

In order to not miss any details and to follow all the real chain of the instructable, enjoy to watch the video tutorial attached.

I hope you like my instructable. See you!

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    6 Discussions

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    kode1303
    kode1303

    1 year ago

    Good job!

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    Creative D2H
    Creative D2H

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks a lot !

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    ESSOMAR
    ESSOMAR

    1 year ago

    Very nice ! Awesome Idea :)

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    Bard
    Bard

    Question 1 year ago on Step 5

    Nicely done
    Burning question: What do you do with it after you make it?

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    Creative D2H
    Creative D2H

    Answer 1 year ago

    It's probably a awesome decor in the living room :)