A fairy house is a cool piece for your kids to play with – both indoors and outdoors, just buy some cool figurines to fill the house. Such an item can be also used for garden decor instead of usual gnomes or together with them. Make such cute houses with kids or without them – here are some cool DIYs you may like!
These fairy houses are made of boxes, they are colorful and whimsical, covered in flowers and paint and sequins, windows and doors. They are up in trees (sort of), like the fairy tree houses in the girls’ new fairy books. These fairy houses are for indoor pretend play. They are not the same as the fairy houses the kids make in the garden out of all-natural materials, keep it in mind when starting the project.
It’s always a good season to make a fairy house and as the sun shines or rain falls, we’re thankful to welcome woodland and prairie fairies! Here’s an easy and affordable DIY dollar store fairy house that takes just a few dollars to enjoy lots of fun creative time with your little winged one. Top your fairy house with a fresh bloom or bow and voila!
Conjure your own backyard magic by building a fairy garden in a secret nook in the woods, the garden or amongst the plants of 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 typically involves using as many all-natural components as possible so that it blends in with nature, so here’s a miniature stone-covered cottage for your secret garden fairies. Once it’s done, position it outside in the perfect fairy garden spot, and enjoy its appeal.
This little fairy guest house was made by repurposing a decorative lantern over the weekend. The end result is a kid-friendly, no-kill fairy garden alternative: a fairy guest house, it looks very spring-like, doesn’t it? No matter if you’re seeing buds, blooms, birds – or just mountains of snow, you’ll be thinking spring too while looking at this cute and fun fairy house.
Do your kids love fairies and fairy gardens? Here is a fun fairy garden idea children can enjoy no matter what the weather is like outside. This fairy garden village uses small wooden bird houses to create homes for the fairies. Kids can paint the bird houses and then cover them with foam stickers and adhesive rhinestones to make fun fairy houses. The houses are placed in a box lid with moss, rocks, and fake plants to create the village. If your children are young, you can use this as an opportunity to talk about words that begin with the letter f: fairy, friend, flower, fox, food, fox, frog, etc. So cool, right?
The fairy house was a craft activity each child enjoyed making with endless open-ended creativity and fun. It was amazing to see how each house evolved into its own magical, mini fairy dwelling, complete with wooden peg dolls, furnishings, pom-pom trees and pebble-paved paths. These magical fairy houses make a wonderful activity for any day! The best part is watching your child play with something truly special they made themselves. You just need some basic building blocks (slab, house, dolls) and can use any craft materials on hand to make your own.
Legend has it that if you build a fairy butterfly home and leave it in your garden, you might attract a fairy into your domain. Yet, even if you don’t believe in fairies, this is a great creative project that will warm the heart of any person who loves miniature project and pretty things for the garden. It’s also a great project for the children to help with.
Here’s a catchy and cool fairy house craft idea: use air-dry clay and mason jars to make a light-up fairy garden mason jar – so unusual, isn’t it? Fairies will flock to these little jar houses. There are windows, so you can put a battery-operated tea light. These mason jar fairy houses are surprisingly easy to make, but for planning purposes, note that the clay needs to dry overnight. So you will need to allow at least two days for crafting.
One of the best parts of making this DIY fairy house for kids is that you can use things you already have around the house, particularly those odd craft materials you can’t figure out what to do with, such as buttons or shiny marble rocks. You can also use recycled materials, like an empty tissue box or mismatched Tupperware container. Your fairy house is completely up to your or your kids’ imagination. As you can see, making a fairy house is a great way for kids to let their imaginations run wild and do a fun project with Mom. And you’ll be surprised at how much fun you’ll have helping them craft their homemade fairy house too!
This amazing and bold fairy house isn’t basically a house, it’s a house-inspired planter. The moss and stones will make your fairy house look natural — it will fit in perfectly in your garden or any other outdoor area. Once your fairy house planter is complete, pick a flower of your choice and plant it in the terra cotta pot. When the pot has its plant in it, your DIY fairy house planter is complete!
This isn’t just a fairy house, it’s a whole miniature fairy garden
- ! The tutorial will tell you how to make both and what cute little details you may add. You can add all kinds of fun creative little details in your fairy garden. This one is pretty simple, with a lawn of Irish moss, with a little fairy sized watering can.