Must be. I'm making Fairy Houses again!
They are rather fun, but you have to be wiley to make them. The first
time, I attached the roofs to the houses and then when I came to glaze
them, had to brush the glazes on because dipping, waxing, bisque firing
to get the wax off, re-waxing, more dipping.... too boring.
The next time, I left the roofs loose so I could dip them in one colour, dip the house in something else, and hope they stuck together in the kiln. Worked, except that occasionally one would go a tad wonky.
This one isn't too bad but others weren't funny!
So this time I've left the roofs loose, AND made pointed tops like bottle necks on the bases to hold the roofs in place. Like I said, wiley!
The reason I'm making them is that I've signed on to put together a bit of a Fairy Village at High Lonesome next weekend, May 3rd and 4th. It's a Creativity Blitz! No idea what that is, but is sounded like fun so I volunteered. I was afraid I'd end up on parking lot duty, but to my relief, I get to make my Village.
(High Lonesome is a Nature Reserve, in the Pakenham Hills, and the Blitz invites everyone to "join with others and connect with Nature and explore your creative side". All the information, including directions can be found on the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust Conservancy website.)
Will Fairies come? Check back in a week or so to find out!