A Pixie Dusted Stump


Have some fun inspiring your kids this summer! Turn an old un-used stump into an instant imagination station. We had a stump in our garden that is only used as a stand for a container planting. It needed a little something so this is what I came up with. My girls, and all the neighborhood girls as well, found this a bit exciting! The best part about this is it is all found objects and creative thinking.
Enjoy a little respite yourself for a while!
http://reposhture.blogspot.com/2013/06/a-pixie-dusted-stump.html
After
After
Before
Before
during-phase 1- my initial additions
during-phase 1- my initial additions
phase 2- second floor window
phase 2- second floor window
phase 3- the girls take over and addd a treasure box to give to the fairy
phase 3- the girls take over and addd a treasure box to give to the fairy
phase 4- fairy adds treaseures to her homestead
phase 4- fairy adds treaseures to her homestead
mailbox for wee fairy mail
mailbox for wee fairy mail
a pixie dusted stump, container gardening, gardening, seasonal holiday d cor
she reads her mail by the light of her window!
she reads her mail by the light of her window!

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  • Helen Rankl
    on Feb 1, 2016

    Thanks! Adorable.

  • Dee
    on May 21, 2016

    We did a fairy house in a tree at our chalet in the mountains. We've come to love reading little notes that are left by vacationers...the kids can't wait to check it out every week. Yours is very elaborate compared to ours....I really love and agree with Vibiki...the peanut shell mailbox is so clever and natural. Great job.

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