Fairy Friends Tea: Party Part 2 (and a Giveaway!!)

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I’m so excited to share that today I’m sharing how to make our oversized paper mache flowers over on House that Lars Built!  When I first had the idea for a fairy tea party based on my hard bound fairy friend books, I asked friend and stylist Meta Coleman to help out (because planning a party with a friend is waaaay more fun and planning one with Meta, well that’s guaranteed magic.) Meta had the idea to create an environment for the girls to be in so it looked like they were miniature fairies themselves, like in my books. I loved the idea! So to work we went! We made several paper mache flowers and let me tell you, after lots of mistakes, we’ve come up with a way that we think is a winner. Get the full DIY over on Lars2i0a5427

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One of my favorite additions to the party was our forest guardians, Henrik and Ollie who have crowns made of wheat stalks.

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Sweetest little fairy toes in Mon Petit Shoes.

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Giveaway! 

Enter to win 1 signed set of each of the 4 Fairy Friends books: Opposites, Seasons, Colors,Counting in two ways:

  1. Share this giveaway on one of your social media platforms and leave a comment over on the House that Lars Built blog telling where you’ve shared it.
  2. Head on over to Instagram for another way to enter.

Contest ends Friday, October 7th at 12am MST.

Photography by Shannon Weight and Meta coleman  |  Illustrations and books by Merrilee Liddiard  |  Crafting and styling by Merrilee and Meta Coleman  |   Merrilee Liddiard dollshop here   |  Fairy Friends books sold here 

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4 Comments

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    virginia

    October 7, 2016

    I really would love to fall aspleep and awake in that wonderful fairyland! it’s stunning! and I have shared it on my facebook/virrblog. am I still in time for the giveaway? anyway, my eyes and my mind are full of wonders today! thank you!

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    Nefertari

    January 3, 2017

    How great! Wonderful! Magic!

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    Karen

    October 19, 2017

    I’ll love to see the tutorial for the wings’nn

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    Karen

    October 19, 2017

    Did you make the wings?!
    I’ll love to see the tutorial 🙂

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