A new print

June 5, 2013 | Filed Under botany, etsy, my art, nature, paintings, prints | by Sarah Blank | 6 Comments

Wild Roses print is now for sale in my shop

Oh, and just look at the droplets of dew on this wildflower! How beautiful is nature?! Seriously the meadows this time of year are absolute bliss. Going for lots of walks these days!

Happy June!

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Comment by Marjorie
2013-06-06 15:10:56

Oh what a lovely new print! So glad to see you back!! Happy June to you, as well! What pretty little flowers!

 
Comment by sarahblank
2013-06-07 16:07:35

oh thank you Marjorie!!!

 
2013-06-10 20:04:52

I love to get a glimpse into your little world!

I have a question for you. I remember seeing pictures on your blog of a fairy house that you had created. I was wondering if you just went into the woodlands and picked up moss and leaves and such or did you buy them? Also, were the natural materials that you used durable over time? I am planning on making some fairy house crafting myself :)

 
2013-06-10 20:04:53

I love to get a glimpse into your little world!

I have a question for you. I remember seeing pictures on your blog of a fairy house that you had created. I was wondering if you just went into the woodlands and picked up moss and leaves and such or did you buy them? Also, were the natural materials that you used durable over time? I am planning on making some fairy house crafting myself :)

 
Comment by Sarah Blank
2013-06-11 12:48:12

Yes I did!!! I went and collected all natural materials and made a house out of it all. Twigs and bark and the like. I did, however, buy the moss.If you get it fresh it will have bugs in it, and will destroy a tiny ecosystem. The moss in the craft stores is grown and dried especially to sell.
Yes, it is pretty durable, if kept indoors! will years and will slowly fall apart. I cant wait to see your house!!!!

 
2013-06-11 16:51:28

Thank you so much Sarah for your advice, I appreciate it a lot. I am very excited about creating my fairyhouse. And I am so much looking forward to showing it to you!

Could I ask you one more question? I was wondering how did you assemble your fairy house- did you use a how glue gun?

 
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