Fairy houses, hobbit houses, fairy calendars and fairy doors for your garden or home decor by Fairy Woodland
Fairy houses, hobbit houses, fairy calendars and fairy doors for your garden or home decor by Fairy Woodland Fairy houses, hobbit houses, fairy calendars and fairy doors for your garden or home decor by Fairy Woodland
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We get many reports via email, often with pictures, of the habbitats that Fairy Woodland customers have designed using our creations.  Many of them are enchanting ideas that others might want to try.  We've created this blog topic so that anyone who has an idea they are willing to share can do so as a comment to this topic. 

Your ideas can be complex, like a list of plants you used to create a Fairy garden, or sweet and simple, like putting an incense cone in the chimney of a Treehouse Transformation Kit to make it look like someone's home.  We've heard so many creative, wonderful ideas from you that we know this topic will become a favorite place for Fairy lovers to visit.  We're delighted to have a place where you can share your ideas with each other, not only with us.

IF YOU HAVE PHOTOS YOU WANT TO SHARE email them to info@fairywoodland.com along with any comments you want posted with the photos and we'll put it all in this thread. (Sorry, but the blog is not set up to allow photos to be posted as part of comments.)

From Lynne Blackman, Del Mar, California

The Fairies have been living in Lynne's magical garden for many years, even before the Fairy Houses arrived. She wanted to encourage more interaction between her Fairy and bird friends, so the Ranchette seemed like a good idea. The birds love it, and she thinks the Fairies do too, because they keep bringing new birds.

Her granddaughters thought that if there were Fairies in the tree, they ought to have a way to get out and windows to see the garden- and Lynne agreed. Her granddaughter has long chats with the Fairies.


Posted on: 2007-05-09 Comments (1) Add comment

Fairy houses, hobbit houses, fairy calendars and fairy doors for your garden or home decor by Fairy Woodland
Fairy houses, hobbit houses, fairy calendars and fairy doors for your garden or home decor by Fairy Woodland
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