Gnome Tree Stump Home & Oak Tree Fairy Door: Part 1

4 Materials
$13
3 Days
Medium
Again this is a two-part project being posted so that I can share all the pictures of the finished project. when I posted a project before I had neumerous comments requesting more pictures so this time I wanted to take plenty LOL. This posting will only show the finished project pictures. Please View part one of two in order to see how to do the project from start to finish.
Bark of roof attached and slate placed in front of door
Green, brown and bronze paint used to blend in the gnome home door
Lots of fungus toadstool looking growths that will work great for fairy perches.
Side view of the front door with roof bark completed
Opposite side view of roof bark in a gnome home shape
Front of the gnome home getting the last of the paint on the door and the slate placed in front of the door.
Now I have to shop for tiny fairies to perch on these little fungus outreach perches
Hope this made you want to make one for your yard.

Suggested materials:

  • Roofing Cement (Bull)   ($10 for the can at Lowes)
  • A little more cement roofing adhesive   (my husband had a can in the garage)
  • Two spatulas for spreading the adhesive   (99 cents each)
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  • Pat Ruge Pat Ruge on Sep 18, 2017
    I have a little fairy running around in my head looking for a home. She is looking for a permanent residence to settle down. I think she likes what you did, now I am being ask to broker the deal. Very, very cute.

    • Pdudley Pdudley on Sep 19, 2017
      Pat, please tell her to bring her little travel bags and settle right in. Thank you so very much for your sweet comments. Again I apologize for having to make it a two-part​ post in order to attach all the pictures.

  • Wendy Wendy on Sep 19, 2017
    Aw how sweet!!

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