Sunday, February 3, 2008

Captured Fairy Necklace


Look how tiny this little captured fairy is! This is made with my front/back images and it is a custom size….tiny! :)) The fairy itself is not translucent but tiny wings glued on its back are. This really gives it a dimensional look I made the little “Captured Fairy” tag with shrink plastic and one of my stamps with that saying. It doesn’t have liquid in it but everything is waterproof so if you would like to fill it and add some glitter you could.

38 comments:

Pam said...

The tiny fairy wants to live in MI. If she comes to live with me, I'll take her to HI with me for our winter sojourn.

Cyndi - Dreams Unltd said...

Another great charm, Inka! I wanted to play with the challenge this month but missed out.... :-( *LOL*

Cyndi - DreamsUnltd
dreamsunltd@equestrimin.com

Cathy M said...

Inka, you always amaze me with your creative and inspiring projects. I just love this little fairy. Thanks for a chance.
cmeyers@hughes.net

Sherry Goodloe said...

Ok, picture this . . . I'm holding my right elbow with my left hand - my right arm is stretched straight up to the sky and I'm waving my right hand like a crazy woman. Out of my mouth I'm screaming "PICK ME! PICK ME!". Sherry - new blog up and ruuning http://gotart4u.blogspot.com/

purplepaint said...

Inka - this is adorable! So tiny! If she comes to live with me I'll take very good care of her! Marva

Jo Ann said...

Inka, your little fairy is adorable. She reminds me of catching fireflies when I was a child. You are amazing

kam said...

Love this tiny lady. Wonderful little creation.
Inka, you are such an inspiration

Peggy Alborn said...

She's beautiful, Inka. I know a teenager who would adore her. :) Peggy

ARTifact & whimsy said...

I LOVE this!!! I get sooo excited to see every week what you have on your blog!
Hugs,
Dawn

Carolyn said...

Inka, your fairy project on your webpage is just super! You create some fun projects and your tiny fairy in the bottle is a very small example of the ones you show on your web site. BRAVO!

I hope all that read your blog will take the time to visit your site (http//inkastamps) to see all of the possibilities.

Deana said...

veeerry coooll!!

deana
http://justdeesarts.blogspot.com/

Mary Catherine Dabrowski said...

Inka, I love visiting your blog and seeing all your creations. Your tiny bottled fairy is adorable. Your work is inspiring!

Sarah said...

Wow it's so teeny tiny, and very inspirational - thanks :)

Altered Route said...

This is so sweet! Now I am headed over to your website to see how you waterproof! Thanks!
Connie

Kim said...

Must post must post must post lol - she's adorable Inka - your talent just floors me. And I can tell you have more patience working with little tiny stuff than I do! (I'm all thumbs).

judym said...

Inka you never cease to amaze me with your talent. I love the itsy bitsy fairy-maybe she'll choose me! Judy Matheny

Dawn said...

Gorgeously sweet, she wants to live in England

Anita said...

You do awesome work. I think the little fairy wants to move to Seattle, Washington and live with me!

http://www.wowprincess.com/anita/

Linda SS said...

How sweet is this! Your artistry never fails to amaze.

Danielle said...

She's so cute and I'm sure she would be very happy here in sunny Florida!

Mel♥ said...

o inka it is sooo cute!! I love it! add me to your hat!!

Evidence of an Artistic Life said...

Inka, she is so precious!!! Thanks for the wonderful inspiration and incredible blog candy offerings!
chris p

mavis said...

This is so sweet.I imagine a lot of little girls would love her.

Since I won a few weeks ago, please pull someone else's name if mine comes up.

i may not be so kind in future, as your blog candy is so tempting.

toscania-art-life said...

This is so cute. Amazing.

Pat said...

My 3 yr. old granddaughter says "G'ma? Can I have dat yittle fairy?"
And G'ma answered "Yes, darlin'...Inka will send it to you!"
Please don't make G'ma a liar! LOL

Anonymous said...

What a cute little fairy. I hope I get to gtake her home with me!!
Barb
craftirn@cox.net

craftirn said...

I'm not really anonymous! I just forgot to click! I still want I the fairy pick!

Pixie said...

Inka,

This fairy is just so darned cute! I think that her perfect home wouls be with me here in Arkansas and then in England..I could even take her to Sapin with me in the fall!

Hope

Donnell said...

What a great fairy! I know exactly where she'd live if I win her. Donnell

Pattyjo said...

You make the coolest things! I wish i lived next door to you so I could help you out and learn from you. Great bottle!

kathy n said...

this little fairy wants to be adopted by my daughter nicki. she just loves fairies and even built a fairy house in the garden outside. Great work Inka!

Moonwillow said...

Me,me,me,me I wanna talk about me, I wanna talk about I, I wanna win the fairy oops wrong song! Gosh she is a beauty!

AlteredAddict said...

This is the coolest little necklace - I'd love to have her come live with me:-)

joanne wardle said...

I love little fairies in jars, in fact I bought another tiny marmalade jar today!!
this is gorgeous, so tiny, it's adorable

Anonymous said...

Just so pretty!
Id love to win a piece of your art Inka
Lillian mederak
sugarbirds@personainternet.com

Anonymous said...

Ah a tiny fairy--- just what I am missing and would love to have in my home with the leprechauns! I have just discovered your blog, Inka, after being with you on ART and reading all about your work over there. I feel like I've entered a candy store here now!!! I'll be here awhile reading and admiring your work. Thanks for posting a link! Jeanne/Massachusetts
SeaWatcher@comcast.net

Dana said...

I too think she needs a home in Michigan but I worry that she might freeze her wings off (current temp of 1 degree and wind chill of -22).
She is beautiful and inspirational.
carvergirl@chartermi.net

Jo Capper-Sandon said...

awwwwwwww....I'm sure this little one would love to keep me and my chickens company in our new place in the English countryside. Shes absolutely gorgeous.So delicate.