Sunday, 16 March 2014

St Patricks Day, Leprechauns and a Little Fairy Door

It's St Patrick's Day on Monday 17th March, I was asked to make a special Fairy Door with Leprechauns in mind for a little girl whose birthday falls on the same day.

St Patrick's Leprechaun Door


Painted in Greens, Orange and a bit of White, the colours of the Irish Flag.



For standing a Fairy Door on a Shelf

It can be placed against a wall or can be freestanding.


A Leprechaun Fairy Tale Door

A Silver Horseshoe and Shamrock for a little bit of Irish Luck


A Fairy Door with Glitter & Sparkle


 A Fairy Door is never complete without a sprinkle of Glitter.

Wishing you all a Happy St Patrick's Day


Jan x


I've linked this page over to Handmade Harbours Link Up Monday

18 comments:

  1. Aww this is sooooo cute! The sprinkle of magical glitter is the perfect finishing touch to your beautiful design. I like that you can stand your doors on a shelf too, that's a great idea :) x

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  2. What a lovely special gift. I love your product photography with the mushrooms and clover

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  3. So lovely, magical glitter is such a lovely thing to add to the fairy door and I am sure even Leprechauns like glitter. Hope you have a good week.

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  4. So sweet - I've seen plenty of fairy doors before but I love the Irish twist on this one.

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  5. It's beautiful, every little girl needs a fairy door! I love your photos too, especially the one with mushrooms, clover and daisies in.

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  6. It looks great. I wish I'd had one when I was little

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  7. I love all things Fairy and your door is wonderful! I really like the shade of green and the decorations - I don't think I would have been able to give it away!

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  8. This little door is lovely. I'm sure it will be well loved. My fairy doors are in full use now by my two grandsons. I think they are competing on who can loose the most teeth first! hugs Mrs A.

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    1. I love that they are still being used and enjoyed :)

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  9. The door is lovely. And I also like the toadstools in the background. Did you make them too?

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    1. I didn't make these toadstools but I was thinking of making a few to use in my photo's :)

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  10. It's adorable !!! All I want to do now is see what kind of magic garden there is behind the door.... xx

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  11. Happy St Patrick's Day to you too. Your Fairy Door will make it a day to remember. Charming! x

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  12. A leprechaun door, so cute! x

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  13. Very lovely, what a gret idea:)

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  14. It is so lovely - am sure she will love it! I sometimes see these little doors at the base of tree trunks .... but you have to look really carefully! xCathy

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  15. Post script to my comment above. My eldest Grandson was playing football with his Mum who kicked the ball to him but it hit him full in the mouth and knocked his wobbly top tooth out. Compensation money had to be handed out along with the regular tooth fairy money. He then came home the next day from school with his next tooth missing which hadn't been loose. He had played football with a friend at lunch time and missed catching the ball which hit him in the face instead. He swallowed the said tooth.!The family is now divided as to whether the tooth fairy has to pay out for missing teeth!!!
    Hugs Mrs A.

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