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New Miniatures, New Fairy Artwork & Related New Sale!

Filed under Art Projects, Fairy Garden, Shadowbox/Room Box, Shannon Cooper

New Artwork: Half Scale Fairy House by Shannon Cooper!

This is sooo fabulous! Design Team Member Shannon Cooper has made a teeny, tiny fairy house (that new corner room box is just 6″ wide)!

And see that little picnic basket in the lower right corner of the photo grid? It’s just 1″ wide!

From Shannon’s blog post:

Have you seen the new Half Scale Tall Corner Room Box? It is a wee thing measuring just 6″ tall x 6″ wide x 4″ deep. A perfect size that doesn’t take up too much space. Will it become a pint-sized Christmas scene with a decorated tree? A minute library that fits in your hand? I almost want to upholster another chaise lounge and make an elegant sitting room (and then fill it with cats). So many tiny possibilities! If that doesn’t have you grinning ear to ear, there’s a second Square Half Scale Corner Room Box that’s even smaller! I know, right? Deep breaths!

After my excitement ebbed a little, I decided to turn the room box into a house fit for a fairy. It seemed appropriate.

This whole project actually started with the new half scale versions of the rectangular bay windows (the bigger ones are the ones from Laura Carson’s Streets of Paris project)… then the house and the room box for the house kind of grew up around the window!

Beside these photos of Shannon’s project, there’s another photo down in the Giveaway section, where you can enter to win lots of supplies from Shannon’s supply list! And be sure to visit Shannon’s blog for more photos and tips (like that shabby white buffet — just chipboard and twigs)!

New Products!

Just a snippet from the new products are shown at left (for example: there is also a new Double-Sided Bronze Mermaid Charm not shown in that preview pic). And there’s a related Brass Mermaid Charm that’s back in stock this week, too.

Plus this new site has a couple ways to search:

brand new items added this week are here (or click the photo at left for the same results)


– here’s Shannon’s supply list (that includes lots of those new half scale miniatures)


– see the next paragraph about the related flash sale on Fairy Garden Miniatures!!

NEW Fairy Garden Miniatures Sale!

FLASH SALE! This is a 25% off discount coupon: enter promo code FAIRIES when you check out. (The discount will only effect the items in your cart from the sale section… read on!)

25% off Fairy Garden Miniatures Collection (37 items, including a mix of items from the Fairy Garden Miniatures section (like the Miniature Brown Bunny Rabbit at left) AND the Fairy Garden Charms section (like the Green Man Brass Stamping at right) — the discount is on top of current sale prices! The coupon expires at midnight on TUESDAY night, July 10th.

Hooray for the Tiny Fairy House Giveaway!

I had to zoom in and get a closer view of all the lovely things inside this very busy fairy’s kitchen!

I’m going to highlight a few of my favorites in this photos… and they’re all in today’s Giveaway:
– The Tiny Picnic Basket
Miniature Silverware – Set of 20 (over in lower left of the photo)
Set of Miscellaneous Flower Pots (one of them is the pot holding the silverware)
White Bowls & Plates
3/4 Inch Rabbits (you can just barely see a brown rabbit next to the white bowl at center top… under the lace valance)
– And of course: the window itself!

Click here to see everything in Shannon’s supply list, though “only” the items linked in that last paragraph are in today’s Giveaway.

To enter the Tiny Fairy House Giveaway drawing all you have to do is leave a comment BELOW on this blog post TODAY or TOMORROW (the deadline is 11:59 pm PST, Monday Night, July 9, 2018).

AND tell me: What is your favorite detail from Shannon’s project? OR: How would you decorate your window? That list of suggestions from Shannon (above… from a Christmas scene to an elegant sitting room) should get you thinking!

Don’t forget to leave your (hello!) correct email address, too, so I can contact the winner; your email address does not need to be made public. Note: I’m offering free shipping, too, but only within the USA. International shipping will still apply.

Please be patient! Spammers try to post crap here a lot so comments are moderated. So if you don’t see your post in the comments section, be patient and check back in a few hours before re-posting it, please!

After midnight, I’ll randomly pick the winner (via

Who won the Pendants & Tags & Alice Giveaway from Thursday’s newsletter? That would be Ina Good! Congrats! Check your email for info.

AND… don’t forget the Alice or Halloween Pendant FREE Gift Kit — free with all orders through TOMORROW night, July 9th! (That gift kit includes the custom mini collage sheet shown at left!) See Thursday’s newsletter for more info!

Posted by Leslie, July 8th, 2018

62 responses to “New Miniatures, New Fairy Artwork & Related New Sale!”

  1. Marykay chisum says:

    What an adorable project! I love the wooden exterior!

  2. Kim R says:

    I love what Shannon did with the bark and moss!

  3. Toews, Kathy says:

    I would go with a library.

  4. Nancy E says:

    Just love the exterior of this little house. It’s just so charming!

  5. Kat Cashwell says:

    This is awesome! I love the use of the natural bark she used in the outside!

  6. Barb A says:

    Love the way Shannon used the bark and moss, so creative. I would probably go with either a Halloween or Christmas theme, love both of those.

  7. Maggie H says:

    I love the way the flowers and vine add to the beauty and the lace valance gives it a sense of home.

  8. Emily Ann N. says:

    I like the moss and bark.

  9. Laura Bayless says:

    Love it. The dragon diorama might need a shop annex.

  10. Corrina Paisley says:

    Oh my gosh, that is ADORABLE!! I am in love with the little hanging baskets! How cute are they!! <3 <3

  11. Jen R says:

    Oh my! Those tiny pastries! Swoon.

  12. Cg says:

    I LOVE the little lace valance!!!! Its all enchanting but i never thought of adding that little touch!!

  13. Kee Ostler says:

    What an enchanting project! I love how creatively she used all of the products. It would be exciting to have a chance to make something similar. I might scatter a few more flowers, I absolutely love the little rabbit beside the bowl. Thank you for the chance.

  14. Christine says:

    I love this! I want to make a 1:12 scale one. My favorite part is the added window to see in.I also love the real bark used. supe cute!

  15. teri steele says:

    I love the weathered wood and all the moss. This project is full of texture. Its beautiful.I would like the 1:12 scale better myself.

  16. Jean Marmo says:

    Just darling. love that basket!!

  17. Debra Young says:

    Was just thinking about smaller scale projects. May make a fairy room or maybe a tiny she-shed.

  18. Traci says:

    Amazing project love the roof and the bark walls.

  19. Jo says:

    i would love to add this as a greenhouse to my miniature haunted house!

  20. Carla says:

    Love how she used the natural elements! The half scale basket is adorable!

  21. Chris K. says:

    My favorite detail is the lace at the top of the window.

  22. Dianna says:

    I love how Shannon designed the outside of the house with bark and moss and the inside with the cute shelf with twigs and cardboard. I would do a pastry shop.

  23. Jen says:

    All the bark and natural materials is so nice. I love the food, the basket. All of it!

  24. Peggy Joyce says:

    These extraordinary items just keep getting better and better!! Talk about taking your breath away……

  25. Barb macaskill says:

    I absolutely adore how Shannon used bark, moss and twigs to make the faerie house! It is totally breathtaking! I would be making a Faerie house with these goodies if I won! Thanks for the chance to!

  26. Rebecca R. says:

    I just Love! Love! Love this! I can’t pick one detail because I honestly Love the whole thing!! So awesome! Thank You so much! So Beautiful!

  27. Margaret says:

    I love the outside with the bark and moss. And the little pastries made me think it was a bakery lol! Love Shannon Cooper’s designs!

  28. Kim Lucak says:

    Love the picnic basket and the rabbits!!! The bark exterior and moss make for a great woodland scene 🙂

  29. Marilyn B Hughesq says:

    I have a medium and small ivy punch, silk crepe paper, and 33 gauge wire that I could use to make ivy to run up the sides of the window. Then inside, I would make tiny cakes and sweets out of polymer clay. I have some thin acetate that would be perfect to make the “clay” for the panes.

  30. Celia says:

    Oh how magical… the bunny. However I am in love with the idea of the chaise lounge cat room…..might have to do that….

  31. Jackie says:

    I love the natural elements she used; I would do something similar but with a darker atmosphere.

  32. Karen Isaacson says:

    The fairies might find that the mice have raided their house (I have a mouse house I’m collecting for)!

  33. Sandie says:

    Love the picnic basket and the flower pots. Great job Shannon.

  34. Karen Mallory says:

    I love Shannon’s project. Just so dang cute. I love that touch of lace! I would like to make a mini Christmas living room.

  35. Cynthia Penney says:

    It is the cutest thing that I have seen in a long time. I would make an exact copy.

  36. Kathlene Ford-Walters says:

    Absolutely without doubt the bark and the roof. Love it.

  37. Marilyn says:

    So tiny! So cute! Love it! Would make any faery proud!

  38. Janet Turner says:

    I love this idea. I’ve ben making fairy gardens in my garden and this house would be a perfect addition. I love the idea of using natural, found objects to enhance the house.

  39. Gabrielle Schmidt says:

    Did someone say Fairies??! OH BOY! My favorite! I love the little cottage, especially the wood exterior. SO cute.

  40. I love the miniatures especially the pastries

  41. Randi says:

    I love the Tiny Fairyhouse and all the little tiny things inside. This is so cute!

  42. Megan Warren says:

    The bark detail on the outside, it makes it so charming. Amazing attention to detail with that.

  43. Pauline p. says:

    I love all the tiny Fairy things. I have
    a friend who would love to make the Fairy
    House. Just might be a gift.

  44. Love the picnic basket and utensils! The cottage is toooo cute!

  45. Jeanine says:

    I love the moss & bark and the natural elements used. The lace in the window is sweet looking as well as the utensils in the pot.
    I think my favorite touch though are the moss & flowers on the window grilles. The whole cottage is really enchanting!

  46. Judy Goodwin says:

    Fairies, Christmas, library, halloween? Who can decide. Have you ever considered making and selling kits of all these wonderful ideas.

  47. Debra J says:

    I do love Christmas but I think I would decorate mine as Mrs.Rabbit’s bakery. Are those little acorn cap bowls I see? I love them! I have a collection of bark from different types of trees just waiting for a project :O)

  48. Mergurl says:

    You have some awesome designers and I enjoy your humor! I adore the use of wood bark on this project. You think you might come across this little house in the woods someday

  49. Andrea Pretlow says:

    It’s wonderful! So sweet and enchanting. The wooden exterior makes the window scene so warm and welcoming.

  50. Congrats Ina! Love the fairy house! Everything about it is wonderful. The detailing is great. Something similar for my fairy garden. The chaise and cats sound good too. Thanks for the opportunity.

  51. Chris Hoffman says:

    Hanging basket of berries (I believe) on Rt side in middle. This would make a cool frosted winter window scene.

  52. Mary Mac says:

    I just love the bark that she used.

  53. Rhonda S says:

    I love the idea. I do not think I would change much.

  54. Michelle says:

    I love the bark and moss on the outside. Outstanding!

  55. Ann F. says:

    This little house is marvelous! I love the bark on the front. Very creative.

  56. Debbie Stine says:

    I believe! Who wouldn’t like acorn cap bowls, baby silverware and planters! Wood bark siding and sweet flower blossoms! Need this in my craft room!

  57. Amy says:

    Wow, absolutely darling, I would love to make this.

  58. Laura callies says:

    I love the way she decorated the outside from the walls to the surrounding area. I would turn mine into a fairy house with lots of stuff for them to get into!

  59. Mary Warren says:

    I love the teeny utensils! If I were to make this I would definitely want a teeny fairy peeking out of a window! Beautiful.

  60. The elves at my house love your work, Shannon !

  61. Karen S says:

    I love Shannon’s projects and smaller scale. The collection of Gnomes I have will need to have this structure to have a forever home.

  62. Angie M says:

    I love the bark!