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Fairy Garden Doors: Easy Craft Stick DIY

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Welcome the wee folk with these fun and easy DIY fairy or elf doors fashioned from popsicle or craft sticks, simple craft supplies and odds and ends. They can stand freely or make a fun addition to a planter or fairy garden
choose color and accents for your theme-
simply glue to paper to start
paint on a cheery welcome and perch in a planter
add accents and faux florals
craft moss and a button doorknob
an easy crackle finish ( craft paint and white glue) gives a timeworn rustic look
or make one for your favorite elf for the holidays - just remember they are fragile and for decor only

To see more: http://pennywiseblog.blogspot.com/2016/02/fairy-doors-welcoming-wee-folk.html

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  • KatAych
    KatAych Alameda, CA
    on Feb 17, 2016

    These are sooo cute!!! Would love to put one up against the base of a tree!!!

    • Christina Pennywise
      Christina Pennywise Quakertown, PA
      on Feb 17, 2016

      @KatAych that would be so cute!- I was talking to someone about that and we were thinking it would need a good coat of varnish- I haven't tried it yet - would love to see how it turns out if you do :)

  • Three Dogs in a Garden
    Three Dogs in a Garden Canada
    on Feb 17, 2016

    Very cute!

  • Mickey B. & Boo Boo
    Mickey B. & Boo Boo
    on Feb 17, 2016

    How simple, easy & sweet!

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Feb 17, 2016

    These are beyond adorable!!

  • Elizabeth Sagarminaga
    Elizabeth Sagarminaga Mission Viejo, CA
    on Feb 18, 2016

    Thanks for great diy ideas for making fairy garden in your backyard in such a lovely steps. love this garden! So cute! I think I will do this in my front yard that can enhance the ritzy touch to your yard.By using your ideas you can create various gardens depending on your skills and imagination.Good sharing.

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