Here is a project that was started over 5 years ago, and somehow it got pushed to the very back of the garden shelf in the garage and promptly got forgotten about!
When it was finally discovered it got moved to the basement work shelf and promptly got forgot about again! But while rooting around for something else I discovered this long forgotten project and decided to bring it up into the Dabbling Room and work on it. I also found an old rock house that I had been working on and moved it upstairs too. I’ll be sharing that soon.
Some clay pots were painted yellow, a door was made from popsicle sticks, and some mauve trim was added. This is how far I got several years ago so it didn’t take a lot to complete this garden whimsy project.
Around the bottom of the fairy house I glued some nice, small, flat stones collected on one of our trips to the beach. The top pot had some “shingles” added to become the roof.
Details were added, some with paint and some with permanent marker.
After all the details were added and it was dry I added a coat of waterproof Mod Podge. In the spring I will spray it with a sealer before it goes into the garden.
I hope the garden fairies like their new home.
Who lives here? shows some other fairy houses.
Awh, this is super super cute. Worth the wait!!
It sure was, now to wait for spring weather to put it outside. Thanks for stopping by.
LOVE this!! I made a light house out of clay pots last year and I can definitely see me trying my hand at this! Thanks for the inspiration!!
I did a couple of lighthouses a few years ago as well, and one is inside for the winter for some repairs and upgrades! Thanks for stopping by. Have a lovely day.
So great . Pinning to my garden board. Pop by and post at Funtastic Friday. We would love to have you.
Thanks for the visit. I will head over to visit your blog and find more inspiration.
Purple and yellow are my favourite colours. So if I were a fairy, i would move into this cute dwelling.
Glad they are your favourite colours Margie, you can transform into a garden fairy and live in our garden any time. I’ve even got little tea cups just for you. :)
Your fairy house is very cute Linda. I have seen your lighthouses, great job on them too. I like real lighthouses also.
I have a series of lighthouse photos from here in Ontario and ones we saw in British Columbia, printed and framed for the house. I also just got a series of mountain photos from the Rockies printed and just need to frame them. My claypot lighthouse needs a bit of repair this winter before it can go back outside again.
Your fairy house turned out so cute! I like that you have a “dabbling room.” :) I’m visiting from The Real Crafty Party.
Glad you stopped by for a visit, hope you return again soon. The fairy house was a fun project to create.
This looks like a perfect craft for my granddaughter Vivian and I to do soon!!!
So darn cute!!! Thanks for the inspiration…
It will just perfect to make with Miss V, and I’m sure she will have lots of great ideas as well. I’m also “renovating” the claypot lighthouse that I made a few years ago and that is another project she would enjoy.
This is so cute! Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.
I love the whimsy of the fairy house! So pretty! And so fun. I’m glad you found it.
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