By Susan Irving
Last summer I noticed that the bottom of one of the trees in my hosta garden was bare of bark and very smooth. It made me think of a little fairytale house. And so I got out my acrylic craft paints and painted a little fairy house there.
Coincidentally, I recently saw this post about fairy installations in Europe!
Here is a current winter shot of the Fairy House
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Susan: Nicely done. Maybe some leprechauns to keep the fairytale house company?
Thank you, Milo for the suggestion. I do have some toad houses I made in pottery class. And they look like something a fairy or leprechaun would live in . I may make a wee village. ; )