These cute fairy houses can be found all over in gardens, parks, and backyards. Here is a great list of everything you need to make your own DIY Fairy House plus some ideas to help keep the fairy magic alive.
Have you jumped on the DIY Fairy House bandwagon? No!? Well, these gorgeous little fairy houses can be found all over the U.S. in gardens, cities, libraries, stores, parks and even private yards. Using itsy bitsy furniture and garden pieces, you can design a little place of whimsy fit for a whole fairy family.
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Start with something as simple as a door to create a gateway to a magical world. Attach the door to a tree and decorate it like a fairy stoop. Hidden away from plain sight, it is like stumbling upon a tiny little world you never knew existed.
These little worlds are the perfect setting for kids to use their imagination and conjure up ideas of what could be living in these tiny spaces from magical fairies to tiny nymphs. Once you start designing, you might not be able to stop. Go on to create a garden, and more to make a fairy oasis.
These little whimsical creations are the products of some wonderful imaginations, and a great attraction for kiddos as well as adults. If you want to start your very own fairy house, here are the perfect finds on Etsy to make a beautiful home for a fairy princess. You won’t be able to keep the neighborhood kids away.
Why not include a whimsical fairy scavenger hunt? We created this pretty I Believe Fairy Scavenger Hunt printable. Perfect for birthday parties, play dates or just a fun afternoon, this scavenger hunt will keep you entertained while keeping the fairy magic alive.
This oval door from Alchemy Engraving is a fully function opening door with a window and key. It is a great beginning to a fantastic fairy land.
Start your fairy fantasy land with just a simple door. Bearpaw Rustics makes these wooden hobbit doors that are the perfect entrance way for an enchanted fairy.
Hidden Worlds makes this beautiful Celtic door to be the center piece of your fairy world.
Opt for a potted fairy house. Fairy Tree Miniatures makes these potted fairy homes which you can place all over your garden.
Give your fairy dreamland an adorable mushroom cottage like this one made by Hidden Worlds.
Be sure to fill your fairy lawn with lots of beautiful flowers fit for fairy princess! Teresa B 123 makes these potted pieces for colorful decoration.
Add some colorful mushrooms to brighten up your fairy garden. These colorful red mushrooms are made by Paint My Dream.
Use some mini fencing to decorate your fairy garden. Magikal Fairyland makes perfect white picket fencing.
Add a table and chairs so your fairy can relax and enjoy entertaining company with this table and chairs from Bear Paw Rustics.
Put this cute mushroom bird bath in your fairy garden. Tinker Treasures Minis is the creator of this teeny tiny bird bath.
How adorable is this bench from The Bracelet House?! This handmade bench is a nice touch for a little fairy garden oasis to add to your fairy home.
Every fairy garden needs its own bridge! This tiny little bridge from Bitsy Nest is just too much! Let this bridge be the gateway to a world of whimsy.
Complete your fairy garden with these miniature woodland creatures from Beach Cottage Boutique.
Don’t forget directions in fairy land! Wee Brigadoon makes these little signs so fairy seekers know where to look.
Use a walkway like this butterfly stone walkway from Dream Fairy Gardens to pave the way through your garden.
What is it about tiny objects that are so adorable! This itsy fairy bike made by The Little Hedgerow can sit right outside the door of a fairy house awaiting its magical rider to pedal away.
I just thought this was hilarious so I had to add it to the list because fairies have to go too. My Fairy Garden Shop makes this little outhouse.
Go with a hanging fairy house terrarium like this beautiful one from NOVO Supplies.
Garden Magic Designs has a one stop shop to make your own fairy house. Complete with handmade materials to make a complete home for fairies, it is the perfect beginners kit.
16 thoughts on “DIY Fairy House Inspiration Plus Everything You Need To Make Your Own”
These fairy houses are seriously cute! I would love to have one in a corner of my garden. That would be so cool! I would have to wait though. Fall and winter is coming. I’d have to settle for an indoor potted fairy garden instead.