Hello and Welcome to my Blog ~ I love art of all kinds. Two of my favorites are polymer clay and paper art. I have shops on Etsy that feature both of my passions. I also love writing my blog and finding artists that have a passion for their craft and feature them. I hope your day is filled with sunshine, laughter and loads of creativity.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Polymer Clay Fairy Doors

I love the magic of Fairy Doors ~ my imagination soars to great heights with each one I see. I am pleased to present to you these beautiful Fairy Doors. (oops ~ I have mine included ~ you can judge for yourself if mine is beautiful.) (LOL)

Wooden Fairy Door ~ by Trina's Clay Creations
(my talented daugter)
A sweet wooden Fairy Door. A little portal into the world of make believe, where anything is possible and everything is sprinkled with sunshine and fairy dust! The door is surrounded with roses and green vines. There are stones around the steps. The whole piece was made entirely of polymer clay, mica powders were used to enhance and deepen the colors, and make it look as if it's been sprinkled with fairy dust.

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Fairy Door created by
Betty Jo Hendershott. of Knightwork Studio

Is this a haunted fairy house? ~No~ it's a fairy portal, perfect for that special little fairy that adores spiders.

BJ is also an awesome jewelry designer. You can see her
and her daughters wonderful creations at:


My Newest Fairy Doors
by Sandy Prenzi

I had fun creating this little fair portal. Can't you just see a pretty little fairy entering this door. Her pixie face so filled with delight as she flits from room to room.


This little Fairy door is more like a house front. A Fairy from the Southwest would love this place to live.

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Trina (Trina's Clay Creations) said...

I love each of these Fairy Doors! Each so fun and magical! Kim's Lighthouse Fairy Door is really awesome, very unique! :)

Your Fairy Door is beautiful! Thank you for sharing all of these! :)


Trina (Trina's Clay Creations) said...

THANK YOU for including my Fairy Door in with these other wonderful ones! I am honored to be included among them!!!


Knightwork Studio said...

This is a wonderful article Sandy. Thank you for including my little door.

I am a big fan of Pat's, I follow her on Flickr, she is an amazing artist. Kim's is totally different, makes you want to go inside and look around. And I love everything you and Trina make, your pieces always make me smile. BJ

Melobeau said...

Sandy, What a wonderful treasury! I love them all. They certainly capture the imagination. Each one is so detailed and special that I'd be hard pressed to pick a favorite. Thank you for sharing them with us. I think I'll be dreaming of fairies tonight.

Small Idea said...

Gosh!! they all are so pretty. cant
decide which one is my favorite!!!