It was just revealed in the channel Jake Folger, the video “DIY Fairy Moss Garden Terrarium and Castle”.
As pubished by Jake Folger: “This video has a different take on a fairy castle and garden. It is all within a glass cylinder. This is a detailed tutorial and is great for people of all skill levels. See below for a tool and supply list, clay baking instructions, links to suggested videos including how to smooth polymer clay and other important information. Please give my video a thumbs up, comment and subscribe to my channel. Visit my online art shop at http://JakeCreates.Etsy.com and I do accept custom work. Contact me if you would like to have something made.
Tool and Supply List
Sculpey 3 polymer clay in black or similar
Pearl Ex Pigments in Antique Bronze, Silver, Duo Red-Blue and Reflex Violet (purple)
Assorted sculpting tools
18 gauge steel wire
Spar Varnish for sealing the castle
Small paint brushes
Access to a household oven
Live moss – I like this online source for live moss: https://www.etsy.com/shop/teresab123
In this project, I used live fern moss
Preserved Moss Source (as I mentioned in the tutorial)
Spar Varnish Information: Follow the product packaging directions for applying spar varnish to your castle to seal it and protect from moisture.
Baking Instructions for Sculpey 3 Polymer Clay
Preheat oven to 275 degrees, bake sculpture on a slick/smooth ceramic plate for 15 minutes per quarter inch of thickness of clay. For example, if the clay is one inch thick, bake it for one hour. After baking, turn off the oven and open the oven door. Allow the sculpture to cool completely before moving it from the oven.
How To Smooth Polymer Clay As Taught By A Sculptor Part 1 & 2:
See also my videos for tutorials on making miniature trees and other items to go in you fairy garden. My channel address is http://YouTube.com/user/TheJakeFolger
Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for watching!”
You can check the video below: