The Fairy House


Having the most impressive of gardens isn’t just about caring extremely well after your plants. The secret lies in the little details, like decorations. Being extravagant doesn’t always work, so it’s better if you focus your efforts on truly the little of details or decorations. This charming small fairy house is an example of what beauty can be achieved with care and a few creative things, like reusing a couple of different sizes dried birdhouse gourds. The process of making an inspiring fairy home will have to involve some natural objects, pinecones being the one closest at hand. The shingles of the house can be made out of the scales from larger pinecones; a pair of garden clippers can assist you perfectly in this process as well as a hot glue gun, and don’t forget about protective gloves and glasses. Clay and polymer clay will be required for fashioning and modeling the windows and doors. Follow the instructions provided in the tutorial and your garden will surely be on its way to the most impressive prize you seek.




The Fairy House by A little fur in paint

7 Responses to “The Fairy House”

  1. Mari says:

    This is adorable! Thank you for sharing.

  2. Martha says:

    Really something. Too bad there isn’t a link to instructions or the tutorial. Lots of links to crap I don’t want but not to something I do.

  3. Fletcher Ko says:

    Gardening ideas occur in lots of structures and affects. Garden design can be the principle most rewarding characteristics of gardening; however to a student it can look daunting. Getting your garden to look how you want is a procedure that will take time and patience.

  4. Denise says:

    If you Google “A little fur in the paint” you will find the creator and instructions 🙂

  5. Michelle says:

    Or you can use the pictures as a jumping off point and create your very own fairy house.

  6. Theresa Hitchcock says:

    Id like to do
    some directions on how an what ingredients is used to make the little fairy house. I already have some of the stuff to make one,or two.

  7. Deborah says:

    Can I buy one?

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