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Miniature wing projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas

Fairies and angels need wings - this is the page for them.


 

Links to Miniature Projects

 

  • photo albums, blog posts, webpages

 

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Blogs

  • Blogs concentrating on wings or categories/labels about them in blogs

 

Groups

  • Discussion groups, forums (or forum categories) and photo groups dedicated to wings.

 

Supplies for sale

  • Supplies needed for making wing projects.

 Fairy Wings - by Pat Carlson

Iron-on Butterfly Wings - from Dorothy Sinnett

Mother of Pearl foil

The Robbins Nest - eggery site, has tut on how to use Foil

Polymer Clay Express - scroll down to fantasy film, the drop-down has mother of pearl listed

Joggles - Angelina mother of pearl film

 

 

 

Miniatures for sale

  • Do you have a section for wings in your shop? Add a direct link to that item here.

 

Books

  • Books about miniature wing projects (also books with chapters about them)

 

Instructions for miniatures

 

Miniature printables

 

Wallpapers

  • Wallpapers that go well with wings projects

 

Other Printies

  • Book/magazine covers related to wings

Butterfly Wings - from Hugo L'Escargot

Fairy Wings - awesome selection!

Fairy Wings - CDHM Tutorial by Deb Wood

Fairy Wings - by Katherine Dewey

Fairy Wings 

Fairy Wings - from Dollzmania

Fairy Wings - from Elvenworks

Fairie Wings - from Eneidaykid W

 

Links

  • links to sites showing how to make items related to wings

Enchanted Costumes

Fairies n Dreams 1, and 2

Fantasy Film Wings  - from Deb Wood of the Enchanted Heart:

Feather Wings - from Deb Wood

Fairy Wings - by Cynthia Howe

Fairy Wings - from Doll Maker Dreams , using Fantasy Film

Fairy Wings - from Magic Miniatures

Fairy Wings - by Rivkah Mizrahi

Fairy Wings - by Patricia Rose

Fairy Wing with Rice Paper Overlay - from Kindred Spirit

Fairy Wings and Mermaid Fins - from OOAK Guild

Fairy wings using Mica - from the Creative Doll

Fairy Wings Review - from About.com

Fantasy Film Wings Tutorial  - by S. Hollongstead:

Make Fairy Wings with Eneida

Making Fairy Wings - CDHM Tutorial by Deb Wood

Liquid Polymer Wings - from  Frills & Fancy:

Silk Wings  - using wing transfers from Doreen Sinnett:

Silk Wings - by Deb W

Transparency Wings - by Judy

Vellum Wings - by Judy

Wing Tutorial - by Pat Weber

Wycked Wings - by Judy

 

Videos

  •  YouTube videos about miniature projects related to this subject

 

Research/ Inspiration

 

Tips/Hints

  • To make tiny wings, emboss a small design on thin foil, repeating  the shape again to make symmetrical wings. Spread a thin coating of petroleum jelly on foil, then pour a glob of glue on top, letting the glue settle in a thin layer. Then dribble tiny drops of various colors into the glue (nail polish, paint, glitter, no-hole beads, make up powder). Try to make the wings similar. Then allow to it dry. More than one coat of glue may be needed. After it has dried clear and colorful, peel the glue off the foil. Put half of the design on a sheet of wax paper, another layer of wax paper over it, and then the other half of the dried glue flipped over. Trim the wings to match each other, This process can be used for larger sizes as well, but would need to be reinforced by gluing on thin wire in curly patterns. The tiny ones don't need wire reinforcement but some wire is needed to poke into holes in the fairy's back.
  • Find small enough leaves, and skeleton-ize them. Then pour glue on top.
  • Paint lace, (which stiffens it) and cut out fairy wings.  The holes on the lace can be filled with a clear medium such as polish tinted glue. For larger scale, larger lace would work, and they could be reinforced with wire.

 

 

Ideas about what is needed for these projects

  • links to inspiring pages

Aile de Papillon- Google search

Butterfly Wings - Google search

  • ideas for shop names

Wings of a Dove

Come Fly with Me

 

  • YouTube videos about the subject

 

 

 

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