Saturday, November 18, 2006

Live in a Fairytale World

These are pictures of the other little Fairy Castle that my husband Mike and I made. It is somewhat smaller than our other Fairy Castle, but has some wonderful and very different details in it.....a little mailbox with letters, beautiful stone towers that have art studios and an art library, a little laundry room with an ironing board and iron......all made from natural materials. This is a unique and magical creation and we hope you will enjoy seeing these pictures. I will be adding many more pictures, soon. I would love to hear from you to hear what you think of our little Castle. Have a wonderful weekend and remember to do something nice for someone so that they can be happy, too!!

8 comments:

Laetitia said...

It could be a a wonderful movie set... I really wonder how long did it take you to create such a castle?

Laetitia said...

It could be a a wonderful movie set... I really wonder how long did it take you to create such a castle?

Ulla said...

That cradle is amazing! and I love the ironing board and iron - how clever! Pure Whimsy Debbie!!!

Ulla said...

I forgot to ask, how'd you make those amazing tower tops???

Laetitia said...

You should visit this website http://www.facteurcheval.com
A famous and very strange castle, called "Le Palais Idéal du facteur Cheval"In the end of the 19th century, a postman created a castle without any Knowledge about architecture or history of art.It's unlike anything else . I've visited it once and it's amazing! On the website You can see a video in english , so you'll understand what I mean

tlc illustration said...

It's delightful! I love all the natural materials and attention to tiny-tiny detail.

krisoft said...

c'est vraiment très sympa, cela pourrait même servir pour des films d'animations...

Juanita Marie said...

Delightful and beautiful work,as always...you are STILL amazing in your creativeness and imagination...so sweet and perceptive and totally in tune with an imaginary dream world so freely shared in love with others... one of a few of any who might even hope to begin to create such lovliness...I love all of it...but, of course, you already know that!...great to hear from you again...love, Juanita Marie