How to make a fairy house

Complete your fairytale garden with a handmade house decorated with natural stones.

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Summon the magic of your backyard by building a fairytale garden in a secret corner of a forest, garden or plant in your landscape. It’s a surefire way to attract fairies after all, and it’s a fun and creative architectural project for kids of all ages. Designing a fairy house usually involves using as many natural elements as possible to blend with nature, and I passed that on when I designed and built a miniature stone-covered house for our mysterious garden fairies.

How to make a fairy house

How to build a fairytale house?

Design and create a fairytale stone house with your own hands.

Photo: Emilia Fazio

Tools and materials

  • 2×4 x 3 ‘board
  • miter saw
  • 2-1 / 2 ”wood screws.
  • drill
  • 3/8 "Scheda di cemento
  • To measure
  • hand ball
  • Viti zincate da 1/2".
  • mortar
  • water
  • mixing bowl and stick
  • various pebbles
  • various roofing materials
  • ramo di legno (diametro 1-2" adatto per sezioni trasversali)
  • small studs
  • sponge
  • tool for burning wood

Step 1: build a base

How to make a fairy house

How to make a fairy house

How to build a fairytale house?

Design and create a fairytale stone house with your own hands.

Photo: Emilia Fazio

How to build a fairytale house?

Design and create a fairytale stone house with your own hands.

Build a foundation for your fairytale home. To do this, cut the 2×4 board into three pieces all equal length, and then used a miter saw to cut a roofline for the house. Stack the three pieces together and then use long wood screws to fasten them together to form a solid block.

Step 2: Measure and cut the concrete board

How to make a fairy house

How to build a fairytale house?

Design and create a fairytale stone house with your own hands.

Photo: Emilia Fazio

To measure e tagliare pezzi di cartone di cemento per fungere da sottofondo per tutte e quattro le pareti e da tetto di estensione con sporgenza. The cement board is a critical part of the cnstructin because the mortar you use to adhere the stnes will attach well to the board. Plus, cement board wn’t bow and flex with moisture, which is why it is commnly used for tiling showers and floors. In the case of your fairytale home, a concrete plank will help it survive and be more weatherproof than if you attached stones directly to the wood.

Most pieces of cement board are sold as 4’ x 4’ or 4’ x 8’ pieces, but understandably you wn’t need that much for this small fairy-sized cottage. When you go to your home improvement store, ask if they have small pieces of scrap metal that they can sell to you.

Use a hand ball to cut individual pieces for each side of the house. Wear a respirator and cut in a well-ventilated area to avoid exposure to concrete dust generated during cutting.

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How to make a fairy house

How to make a fairy house

Find out how to make a fairy house. This is a fun project that will keep your kids busy for hours. Simple DIY ideas using natural items or craft items you already own. Create magical memories with your children. Great activity for all ages!

How to make a fairy house

I work in a small library in a rural community. One summer, our talented summer reading program coordinator spent an afternoon creating fairytale homes with the kids. What a thrill! We organized a trip to a nearby forest to collect materials. Then houses were built suitable for a fairytale royal family.

I expected the younger ones to enjoy this activity, but everyone loved it. Boys, girls and children of all ages, from preschoolers to teenagers, had a great time this afternoon. It still remains one of the most popular events we have ever organized.

I loved the way the children enthusiastically shared their creations. The young architects couldn’t wait to show me their fairytale houses. Even the shyest child couldn’t wait to tell me about the special features they built for the fairy owners to enjoy. It was wonderful.

Download for freeMnith to draw from the library. This open art activity invites your child to design a fairytale home. This is a great way to stop boredom. Just download and print.

How to make a fairy house

HOW TO BUILD WAR HOUSES?

YOU WILL NEED
  • Container for the collection of materials. We also used the kntener as a base for the houses.
  • Your imagination
  • Collection of natural building materials. it can be fallen leaves, dead tree bark, twigs, cones, stones, feathers, fallen flower petals, nuts, nasin, shells.
  • Materials for processing (optional). These can be fabric scraps, silk flowers and leaves, ribbons, craft sticks, beads, shells, gravel, jungle bells.
  • Glue gun (optional)

If possible, visit the park and ask everyone to look for materials that can be used to build and decorate fairytale homes. Emphasize that only found materials can be used as the fairies don’t want you to destroy or collect anything alive.

If you can’t go to the park, you will probably find enough materials in your yard and you can still do this activity with craft materials.

How to make a fairy house

INSTRUCTIONS

You have your building material so you can start building! There are two optins

  1. Build your home outside. Find the right place to build and work together to build and decorate your home. If you have more children, you can create a fairytale villa with several apartments.
  2. Build your home indoors. This is what the children of our library did. We made shallow boxes that served as cardboard bases. The children built their houses around the bases using the materials they had gathered outside. We’ve also provided excess crafting materials to add some pizza.

For more inspiration, see the beginning of this short film which shows a fairytale village made of natural materials

Try to use what you haveby handinstead of buying something extra. It only adds to the fun! You may also need a hot glue gun for interior construction.

LET YOUR CHILDREN lead

As you work on this project together, I strongly encourage you to allow your childrentake control. Try to focus on the process rather than the final result.

It really doesn’t matter if the finished house looks a little lopsided, as the fairies wn’t mind a bit. The most important thing is that you all have have fun together and make connections. As you work, encourage a conversation about who might be living in your home.

  • What are their names?
  • Tell me what you think, what they look like
  • I wonder what work will they do?
  • What do you think they are doing for fun?

Encourage your kids to come up with stories about the adventures of these little people and get ready to be amazed by your young storyteller’s imagination.

ADVANTAGES OF CREATING DIFFERENT HOUSES

This activity is a lot of fun and it is so great for children to engage in this type of activity

  • Your kids are out enjoying the natural world.
  • It distracts them from the screens for a moment.
  • Encourage healthy, creative and creative play.
  • Most importantly, it creates a great opportunity to create memories and build relationships.

And you can create a fairytale house! What could be better?

I hope the photos I have attached provide inspiration. I also encourage you to visit the Fairy Tale Houses Art Gallery. It has beautiful pictures of fairytale houses built by people of all ages.

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How to make a fairy house

How to make a fairy house

Find out how to make a fairy house. This is a fun project that will keep your kids busy for hours. Simple DIY ideas using natural items or craft items you already own. Create magical memories with your children. Great activity for all ages!

How to make a fairy house

I work in a small library in a rural community. One summer, our talented summer reading program coordinator spent an afternoon creating fairytale homes with the kids. What a thrill! We organized a trip to a nearby forest to collect materials. Then houses were built suitable for a fairytale royal family.

I expected the younger ones to enjoy this activity, but everyone loved it. Boys, girls and children of all ages, from preschoolers to teenagers, had a great time this afternoon. It still remains one of the most popular events we have ever organized.

I loved the way the children enthusiastically shared their creations. The young architects couldn’t wait to show me their fairytale houses. Even the shyest child couldn’t wait to tell me about the special features they built for the fairy owners to enjoy. It was wonderful.

Download for freeMnith to draw from the library. This open art activity invites your child to design a fairytale home. This is a great way to stop boredom. Just download and print.

How to make a fairy house

HOW TO BUILD WAR HOUSES?

YOU WILL NEED
  • Container for the collection of materials. We also used the kntener as a base for the houses.
  • Your imagination
  • Collection of natural building materials. it can be fallen leaves, dead tree bark, twigs, cones, stones, feathers, fallen flower petals, nuts, nasin, shells.
  • Materials for processing (optional). These can be fabric scraps, silk flowers and leaves, ribbons, craft sticks, beads, shells, gravel, jungle bells.
  • Glue gun (optional)

If possible, visit the park and ask everyone to look for materials that can be used to build and decorate fairytale homes. Emphasize that only found materials can be used as the fairies don’t want you to destroy or collect anything alive.

If you can’t go to the park, you will probably find enough materials in your yard and you can still do this activity with craft materials.

How to make a fairy house

INSTRUCTIONS

You have your building material so you can start building! There are two optins

  1. Build your home outside. Find the right place to build and work together to build and decorate your home. If you have more children, you can create a fairytale villa with several apartments.
  2. Build your home indoors. This is what the children of our library did. We made shallow boxes that served as cardboard bases. The children built their houses around the bases using the materials they had gathered outside. We’ve also provided excess crafting materials to add some pizza.

For more inspiration, see the beginning of this short film which shows a fairytale village made of natural materials

Try to use what you haveby handinstead of buying something extra. It only adds to the fun! You may also need a hot glue gun for interior construction.

LET YOUR CHILDREN lead

As you work on this project together, I strongly encourage you to allow your childrentake control. Try to focus on the process rather than the final result.

It really doesn’t matter if the finished house looks a little lopsided, as the fairies wn’t mind a bit. The most important thing is that you all have have fun together and make connections. As you work, encourage a conversation about who might be living in your home.

  • What are their names?
  • Tell me what you think, what they look like
  • I wonder what work will they do?
  • What do you think they are doing for fun?

Encourage your kids to come up with stories about the adventures of these little people and get ready to be amazed by your young storyteller’s imagination.

ADVANTAGES OF CREATING DIFFERENT HOUSES

This activity is a lot of fun and it is so great for children to engage in this type of activity

  • Your kids are out enjoying the natural world.
  • It distracts them from the screens for a moment.
  • Encourage healthy, creative and creative play.
  • Most importantly, it creates a great opportunity to create memories and build relationships.

And you can create a fairytale house! What could be better?

I hope the photos I have attached provide inspiration. I also encourage you to visit the Fairy Tale Houses Art Gallery. It has beautiful pictures of fairytale houses built by people of all ages.

Author: Amanda Formaron19 July 2012Updated nMarch 27, 2019

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I’ll admit, I dn’t really know too much about fairy houses. Yes, I have four children, but three of them are boys. My daughter and I seemed to discover fairytale houses too late for her to “reach” them, as some little girls do.

How to make a fairy house

And yeah, the boys didn’t really have an interest, no surprise! I still dn’t know a lot about fairy houses other than they are cnstructed mostly from things found in the woods and are often surrounded by pretty flowers. So when I created my fairytale house, these were the aspects that I integrated into it.

Related – Fast forward a few years and built many fairytale gardens!

How to make a fairy house

I used a $ 1.00 wooden birdhouse from a craft store. I dug into my craft room and found moss, pine thorns and acorns. I had a lot of fun creating the flowers because they are just dots with the tip of a brush.

How to make a fairy house

I took some close shots so you can see some details …

How to make a fairy house

How to make a fairy house

How to make a fairy house

How to make a fairy house

How to make a fairy house

As you can see from this shot in the tree, it’s not very big, maybe 7-inches in height. L’ho creato per DecoArt, herendi ho dovuto inviarlo a loro. I would have loved to have nestled this amng my herbs, so I’m tempted to make another ne just for me. 🙂

How to make a fairy house

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I started by cutting the scales from 3 medium sized pine logs. I painted the aviary with Woodland Brown paint. I glued the moss to the outside of the house, leaving some space around the window for my flowers. I started building the shingles using cne pine scales.

How to make a fairy house

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I started at the bottom and worked my way up, adding the tip of the acorn on top of the roof. To build the base, I used some wooden discs my neighbor cut out for me when I was making these rustic Northwoods Christmas decorations a few years ago. To see? worth saving! After gluing the discs, I added a few pebbles to the ends. I glued the house to the base and painted some green grass, then started adding flowers of different colors. I kept adding until I was happy with how it looked 🙂

How to make a fairy houseThere are more detailed instructins in the printable tutorial below.

How to make a fairy house

Do you think the toads in my garden would love this fairytale house? Do you think the fairies get angry? I’ve seen signs that say “Dn’t piss off the fairies”… Just sayin’.

How to make a fairy house

Come and see Emma Kate’s fairy house on my Facebook fan page!

AFTER this project was posted I received some pictures from Alice of her 4 year old granddaughter making their very own fairy house 🙂 To see the entire album go here.

How to make a fairy house

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I tuoi bambini adorano le fate e i giardini da favola? Here’s a fun idea for a fairytale garden that kids can enjoy in any weather outside. This fairytale village uses small wooden birdhouses to build fairy houses. Kids can paint the bird houses and then cover them with foam stickers and adhesive rhinestones to create fun fairy houses. The houses are placed in the lid of the box with moss, stones and artificial plants to create a village. If your children are young, you can use this as an opportunity to talk about words starting with f: fairy, friend, flower, fox, food, fox, frog etc. Great right?

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This amazing and bold fairy house isn’t basically a house, it’s a house-inspired planter. Moss and stnes will make your fairy house look natural – it will fit perfectly in your garden or any other outdoor area. When your fairytale planter is ready, choose your favorite flower and plant it in the clay pot. Once the plant is in the pot, your fairytale pot is ready!

How to make a fairy house

DIY Flower Pot for an Indoor and Outdoor Fairy House (via www. littlethings. Com)

This isn’t just a fairytale house, it’s a whole miniature fairytale garden

    ! In the tutorial you will learn how to do both and what cute details you can add. You can add all kinds of fun and creative little details to your fairy garden. This ne is pretty simple, with a lawn of Irish moss, with a little fairy sized watering can.

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Scroll through our site for great ideas, and if you’re doing something yourself, be sure to share your photos with us. We’d love to feature you. There are so many styles that your head will be spinning.

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Just look at the details of this River Pebble fairytale home that Roger made for Enchanted Cottage. It has a thriving business that produces bespoke creatines for its customers who appreciate it.

How to make a fairy house

As a craft builder, Roger J. Davies has spent most of his working life shining up and down stairs working in real buildings. He now he uses the same skills to create these adorable miniature cottages and enchanting creatines.

Using traditional construction methods, albeit in miniature, Roger is able to build these fabulous little cottages knowing they will stand the test of time and stand up to all weather. Sono tutti fatti by hand, dal design originale e resistente.

You can now purchase any of the ‘Enchanted Cottages’ collectin or Roger will also undertake bespoke commissins. You can see all of Rogers work n his website here

How to make a fairy house

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For 12 years we have welcomed over 1200 fairy friends a year to our unique fundraising event, which is our sneaky way to be outdoors for all ages and explore the small wonders of nature around them. This year, however, is different because we can’t invite all of you to join us for the festival, but we are still eager for YOU to deepen your relatinship with nature. We’ve just had to think outside the box and bring the festival right to you!

We want each of you to go out with the eyes of a nature investigator and see if you can find fun building materials to create magic in your garden. Can that acorn become a fairy bowl of cereal or that oyster shell turn into a bathtub with a little help of your imagination? How about inviting friends and neighbors to join us in creating your local path to the fairy tale house?

Ready to build your fairytale home?

Fairytale homes can be charming and intricate, while others are lighthearted and welcoming. Some are built to withstand the seas and others just for the day. They can be anything that fires your imagination! The possibilities are endless! For inspiratin, here’s a little guide and a few tips we’ve learned alng the way.

Step one: activate your imagination and see nature with new eyes

Imagine you are a fairy or a little elf who might want a cozy place to sleep or maybe a fun playground or maybe a library with books and magic. All these creatines and much more are available to you directly in your garden. If you build it, they can come. Take a fresh look at nature’s small wnders and get ready for an artistic, architectural experience.

Step Two: Collect the materials and decide on the dwelling

Close your wings and go out into nature to collect your materials. Dn’t forget a bag or basket! Anything can become something else with a little imagination. You’ll have to explore closely to find the small cnes, acorns, flowers, shells, stnes, sticks, feathers, birchbark, and much more which will become your art supplies for this exciting adventure.

Note: We encourage you to use all-natural building materials, even with the added challenge they offer. Try not to use plastic, metal or other non-natural materials that would be visible to viewers or that would remain in the woods after the natural materials have faded.

Will your dwelling be created spntaneously outside or maybe inside where you’ll have days to refine your fairy house? Will your project be a simple cabin, a fairy spa, a school, a farmers’ market or a fairy hairdresser? Maybe you’ll create ne of each!

Phase three: build

If you want to be able to move your structure, you will need to build it on a platform such as a flat piece of wood or a slate tile or even a wooden cutting board.

It’s okay to use some hot glue, wire, and twine if you need to make your structure hold together better, but best if you keep those types of materials hidden. He recalls that hundreds of fairytale houses were built in the gardens of the Natural Museum without glue. Working with a friend or sibling, a parent or grandparent is an excellent opportunity for collaboratin and co-creatin — it’s amazing what great ideas pop up when you work together!

Step Four: Sharing

Send us photos of your fairytale home in September. We’d love to see your creatins and share them with other fairy friends n our website and social media pages. Email them at info @ nature-museum. org. So keep an eye out for our new Fairy House Festival retrospective arriving in your inbox later this month.

Let’s keep this wonderful autumn tradition alive and magical until we can meet again.

Guided by a child’s imagination

My daughter is six years old. One day she asked for a cardboard box to build a fairy tale house. She made it herself and filled her with grass, carrots, and sweets that she thought fairies would love. She was so excited that after I went to bed, I made a paper flower chain and forged a note from a fairy named Daisy. I left it at home, ate a carrot and waited to see what she would think.

She thinks we have a spring fairy named Daisy, and she’s very excited indeed. La pioggia ha distrutto la sua casa di cartone, herendi mi sono offerto di aiutarla a fare una ne migliore.

Building a better fairytale house

Anna started drawing her ideas on our whiteboard. I wanted to use corrugated plastic as a building material to make it weatherproof. I meant a simple sloping roof and a square floor plan. Much like a birdhouse but sitting on the ground. Anna, however, had other plans.

He wanted a round roof a kind of thatched cottage and a place to keep the flowers on top. He wanted windows, doors and an entire courtyard decorated with small shrubs, flowers and other things that he thought a fairy would like.

I decided that an octagonal structure would bring us close enough to the round look he wanted, and we were able to make it happen.

Fairytale house model

Before you begin, download and print two copies of the Fairytale house model. When printing, make sure you don’t change the scale. The dimension mark shows the model height is 4.00 inches.

Steps in the photos

I’ve included the pictures for all the steps below for cnvenience. You can click n a picture to see it larger, and then scroll left and right through the steps. You will find the same images accompanying each step.