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A House for a Fairy!

Updated on August 24, 2017

A Fairy House for every Season!

Fairy Houses can reflect the four seasons.We could make fairy houses for spring, summer, autumn and winter. Which is your fairy's favorite season?

Come learn how to create fairy houses. Make a springtime home for the Wee People with pastel greens. Create an enchanted house with summer flowers. Build an autumn Hobbit Hole with rich earth tones. A winter fairy house might sparkles with white, blue and pale purple hues.

Create the perfect fairy house for your sprites no matter what season of the year. Come make a fairy house...

Photo Credit: Fairy House in the Garden by DrBjorn

on Flickr, Creative Commons

Would you like a Spring Fairy House? - A Fairy House for Springtime

A spring fairy likes white, pale green and medium green. She drapes her fairy house in silky cloths that augment the reemerging sunlight. Spring Fairy decorates her home with the new buds, Lilies of the Valley, emeralds and pastel tea cups.

Using several tree branches for corner posts, drape silky see-through cloth in springtime shades of green. Then add potted daffodils, crocus and other flowers found in the spring.

A springtime fairy house could be filled with spring blossoms.

Orange Circle Studio 2014 Wall Calendar, Amy Brown Faeries (51116)
Orange Circle Studio 2014 Wall Calendar, Amy Brown Faeries (51116)

Welcome the fairies into your world with this fairy calendar.


A Fairy House in your Garden! - Make a house for the fairies!

Fairy House
Fairy House

Photo Credit: Garden Fairy House by o b s k u r a

on Flickr, Creative Commons

Do you already have fairies in your garden? Do your fairies have a fairy house yet? Creating a fairy house can be as simple as clearing a space under a tree, adding walnut shells and making a bark shelter. Try adding twigs for a roof and maybe some windows. Do you know a young child who would like to help you?

Do you have fairies living in your garden?

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Would you like a Springtime Fairy House?

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Once Upon a Time there was a Fairy House... - Who lives in your fairy house?

Fairy Houses
Fairy Houses

Photo Credit: Garden Cottage for Fairies by jo-h

on Flickr, Creative Commons

For journal time today we went into the woods, made fairy houses and then wrote stories about the fairies that live in them. What would you like to name your fairy? What does your fairy like to do? Does your fairy like to visit other fairy houses?

Each fairy tale was as different as the imagination of the child writing the story.

By creating their own fairy houses first, children were all ready to write. They had created stories about their fairy houses as the built them and the words just flew onto the paper. Have your children written about the fairies at your house?

Garden Fairy House! - Fairy House in the Flowerbed!

Where do the garden fairies live in your flowerbed? My grandmother always said that they lived inside iris blossoms. But iris blossoms last for such a short time, I think that they really need a garden cottage to live in.

Grass can grow on the roof and moss can grow on the wall. Plant flowers nearby and your flower garden will be filled with fairies.

Do fairies live in your flower beds?


Did you ever see a fairy in a rose-leaf coat and cap

Swinging in a cobweb hammock as he napped his noonday nap?

Did you ever see one waken very thirsty and drink up

All the honey-dew that glimmered in a golden buttercup?

Did you ever see one fly away on rainbow-twinkling wings?

If you did not, why, how comes it that you never see such things?


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Would you like a Summer Fairy House? - A House for a Summer Fairy

A Summer Fairy likes dark pink, golden yellow, and dark green. She drapes her fairy house in silky cloths that augment the heat of a summer breeze. The Summer Fairy decorates her home with the tall grasses, Sunflowers, Rose Quartz and tea cups with pink roses.

One summer we created a Sunflower and Morning Glory house. We started in the spring by planting alternating sunflower and Morning Glory seeds in a rectangle leaving a space for a door.

As the sunflowers grew taller and taller they provided a structure for the morning glories to grow on. By summer the sunflowers had grown tall enough for the kids to go in without being seen. The morning glories grew to the top and spread their tentacles out entwining with each other to form a roof.

We spread an old piece of carpet out for a floor and made stepping stones from slices of tree trunk.

The children loved their summer fairy house and spent hours and hours playing their using their imaginations and creating memories to last a lifetime.

Will you grow a fairy house this year?

Kurhn Chineses Four Seasons Fairy Barbie - Summer Fairy
Kurhn Chineses Four Seasons Fairy Barbie - Summer Fairy

Drape the springtime colored cloths and decorate with flower blossoms. Create a fairy home for springtime...


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Fairy House in the Woodlands - Woodlands full of Fairy Houses

Fairy House in the Forest
Fairy House in the Forest

Photo Credit: Fairy House in the Woodlands

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Woodland Fairy House - Fairy House in the Forest

Take a walk in the woods and you will find all kinds of materials for making a fairy house.

There are pieces of bark, twigs and stumps from fallen trees.

Look around in the leaf litter and you may find acorns, leaves and more twigs for creating tables, chairs, and teacups.

A fairy house in the woods can last for a surprisingly long time. Each time you walk though the woods look for something new to add to your fairy house.

Soon you may discover that fairies have moved right in.

Do you have a fairy house in your woods?

Would you like an Autumn Fairy? - Fairies come in Autumn Colors

An autumn fairy likes yellow, orange and red. She drapes her fairy house in silky cloths that augment the heat of a fire. The Fall Fairy decorates her home with the falling leaves, Asters, amethyst and earth toned tea cups.

Now your child can dress-up as the Autumn Fairy. Help her to make a fairy house from autumn colored silky cloths.

Kathe Kruse Handcrafted Autumn Dollhouse Fairy, in Father
Kathe Kruse Handcrafted Autumn Dollhouse Fairy, in Father

More autumn fairies to populate your fairyland


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Fairies in the Hobbit Hole - A Hobbit Hole for Fairies

Hobbit Hole for Fairies
Hobbit Hole for Fairies

Photo Credit: Hobbit Hole

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A Hobbit Hole for Fairies - Tree House for a Fairy

Do your wee fairies live in a The Hobbit Hole down under a tree? You can clear the leaf litter away from the base of the tree between two forks in the roots and create a small Hobbit door.

Will you make a round green door like Bilbo Baggins' front door or will your fairy house have a square or rectangular door?

Add a doorstep and a knocker so that your fairies will know when Gandolf comes to call.

In the autumn, fallen leaves make beautiful decorations. Place a leaf on the doorstep in front of the door as a doormat. Crumple some colorful dried leaves to form a carpet.

How will you decorate your fairy tree house?

Does your fairy live in Hobbit Holes under a tree?

Would you like a Winter Fairy House? - A Winter Fairy House

My winter fairy likes white, blue and pale purple. She drapes her fairy house in silky cloths that augment the dim winter sunlight. Winter Fairy decorates her home with sparkling paper snowflakes, quartz crystals and clear glass tea cups.

Hang see-through silk or old curtains in varying shades of white and blue. Make paper snowflakes and hang them too. Set up a nature table with quartz crystals. Clear, white and blue stones, floral marbles, or buttons can be used for inventive play. My children liked to pretend that these were fairy food for winter fairies.

Candamar Embellished Cross Stitch Kit - Spring Tree Fairy
Candamar Embellished Cross Stitch Kit - Spring Tree Fairy

Three trees with gauzy blue silk and a hammock strung between, who could want more in a fairy house?


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Furniture for your Fairy House

Furnish your fairy house with tables, chairs and fairy beds. I love that this furniture is made from wood and leaves, items found in a fairy's natural environment. When I was a child we made our own fairy furniture. We looked for acorns, sticks and leaves.

Take a walk in the woods with your children and see what kinds of fairy furniture you can create.

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Writing about Fairy Houses

Frogs for your Fairy House

Here are some frogs that have come over to visit the fairies...

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Come write about fairy houses on Wizzley, a fun and easy place to express your opinion:

Where do your fairies like to live? Do you have a special house for your fairies? Do you build new fairy houses quite often? Do your fairies prefer to live in a garden, in the forest or wander about hanging silken hammocks from spider web strings?

Friend of the Fairies - Chat about your fairies and the houses they like to live in...

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    • Brite-Ideas profile image

      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 

      4 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      I have a friend who would probably enjoy these as a gift for her cottage - what a great idea

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      4 years ago

      I have the perfect tree to open up for fairies. Thanks for the great ideas.

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      Rhonda Albom 

      5 years ago from New Zealand

      We used to see the fairies late at night, before the gnomes took over our garden.

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      Rose Jones 

      5 years ago

      I have always wanted fairies, and now I know how to attract them. Wonderful lens - pinned to my fairies board and blessed.

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      Kathryn Grace 

      5 years ago from San Francisco

      Peeping from the coral bells, hiding in the gloom, fluttering about the pussy willows, yawning beneath the ferns, dancing in the meadows--the fairies giggle and prance and tickle until you're sure you saw one, there, just out the corner of your eye. Don't blink! She's gone!

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      6 years ago

      I simply adore the fairy house pictures here ... inspiring me to do some renovations

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      6 years ago

      I love these fairy houses! Great lens!

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      Barbara Radisavljevic 

      6 years ago from Templeton, CA

      I'm afraid my garden is too neglected for fairies to want to live in. I think they'd prefer to live by the river.

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      Carolan Ross 

      6 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      I've seen some similar photos on Pinterest of a fairy house or a hobbit hole and found them delightful! Added to my 'Groovy Gardens' board there and look forward to this springtime project.

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      6 years ago from Midwest

      This lens was my lucky #300 for poll voting! :-)

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      6 years ago from Midwest

      I love fairy houses!

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      6 years ago

      Very cute! My little girl would love these.

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      Peggy Hazelwood 

      6 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      So cute! I love the detail on these fairy houses!

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      Angela F 

      6 years ago from Seattle, WA

      We've made fairy houses out of dried gourds tat were so cute, and I once won a Halloween competition with a carved pumpkin fairy house. Lots of sweet fairy house ideas here :)

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      6 years ago

      That garden cottage for fairies is adorable. Does it come in a matching human size?

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      Sandra Wilson 

      6 years ago from Wilson Education Resource Centre

      What fun!

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      6 years ago from East Central Florida

      Well, here's something that never entered my mind ... Fairies in your own yard. Fun topic.

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      Tony Payne 

      6 years ago from Southampton, UK

      These are very cute. Wouldn't it be wonderful if fairies did live at the end of the garden.

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      Virginia Allain 

      6 years ago from Central Florida

      I got a small garden fairy for my New Hampshire moss garden. Never thought about a fairy house for her. Hmmm.....


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