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fairy picture

posted in DIY & Crafts
07/17/2016
  • create a fairy scene for your little ones.
    create a fairy scene for your little ones.
  • find yourself one of those moving pictures. I used one that I had laying around the house and was semi broke. (it didn't move anymore)
    find yourself one of those moving pictures. I used one that I had laying around the house and was semi broke. (it didn't move anymore)
  • flip the picture upside down and unscrew the box part from the frame. be sure to keep the screws you will need them later to reassemble.
    flip the picture upside down and unscrew the box part from the frame. be sure to keep the screws you will need them later to reassemble.
  • carefully remove the glass from the frame. anything you remove keep to the side you will need them. using a scrapper to lift the corner of the picture away from the glass. you should be able to peel it right of. DO NOT TOUCH THE STICKY RESIDUE. it can be washed of with water water and soap.
    carefully remove the glass from the frame. anything you remove keep to the side you will need them. using a scrapper to lift the corner of the picture away from the glass. you should be able to peel it right of. DO NOT TOUCH THE STICKY RESIDUE. it can be washed of with water water and soap.
  • select your paint choices. be sure to use ones that can be out on glass and are transparent. do not use acrylic paint it will eventually peel off.
    select your paint choices. be sure to use ones that can be out on glass and are transparent. do not use acrylic paint it will eventually peel off.
  • before adding my dots I covered the whole glass with glow in the dark paint to add a better effect when the lights go out.
    before adding my dots I covered the whole glass with glow in the dark paint to add a better effect when the lights go out.
  • start dabbing the paint. you can use a sponge or a wash clot. make it to how you want it.
    start dabbing the paint. you can use a sponge or a wash clot. make it to how you want it.
  • I added glitter for more affect. who doesn't like glitter?
    I added glitter for more affect. who doesn't like glitter?
  • do your bottom the same way as the top.
    do your bottom the same way as the top.
  • cut out your fairies and anything else you want in the scene. I just used black construction paper.
    cut out your fairies and anything else you want in the scene. I just used black construction paper.
  • I placed some black paint on the back side of pieces to help them stick than placed tape to be a more secure. than did a light coat of a pearl spray paint over the front and back of the glass.
    I placed some black paint on the back side of pieces to help them stick than placed tape to be a more secure. than did a light coat of a pearl spray paint over the front and back of the glass.
  • I spray painted the frame using black. I was going to cover the whole thing but I like how this looked.
    I spray painted the frame using black. I was going to cover the whole thing but I like how this looked.
  • once the paint is dry secure the glass to the frame. if you wish you can place glue between the frame and the glass for extra hold.
    once the paint is dry secure the glass to the frame. if you wish you can place glue between the frame and the glass for extra hold.
  • screw the box to the frame
    screw the box to the frame
  • all finished
    all finished
  • plug it in, turn it one and watch your little ones be amazed. note if your picture's parts still move I suggest you use it to your advantage with the scene.
    plug it in, turn it one and watch your little ones be amazed. note if your picture's parts still move I suggest you use it to your advantage with the scene.

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