May 23, 2013

Fairy Houses - Moss Fairy House


This moss fairy house is a cosy and safe home 
to all the tiny magical creatures of the moss lands.


It is simply made of a toiletpaper roll base covered with bark and moss. 
You can find the photo-tutorial for the base here.
Once your fairy house is ready, glue it on a slice of birch
to keep the toiletpaper roll dry when you water the moss.


 By adding and changing small decorations like e.g. planters from snail shells
birch branch step stones and tiny ladders,
you can make the moss house an even more enjoyable place to be!
(and to look at from your couch of course! :)

Shared on;
Natural Suburbia - Creative Friday
Magic Onions - Friday's Nature Table
Made by Joey - Sharing Creative Ideas
Frontier Dreams - Keep Calm and Craft on
Like Mama Like Daughter - Eco-Kids Tuesday

29 comments:

  1. I love your chimney ;) When I was little I always thought those shells were alicorns from swimming unicorns!
    Warm greetings from Canada!
    -Jenn

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    1. Haha I still believe that Jennifer!
      Always nice to hear from you thank you,
      have a lovely weekend
      xx sas

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  2. Thank you for the inspiration!I've made the fairy house with my lovely twins and we hung it on our tree in the garden.It's lovely!
    Greetings from Mykonos,Greece!
    Sophia

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    1. So lovely to hear this Sophia,
      thank you so much for sharing!

      Have a magical weekend,
      xxx sas

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    1. Thank you, lovely to see you here :)

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  4. this will be where I will sneak awake to on those hot umber days! lovely sas!and the lille light inside makes it even the more cozy!

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    1. Oh.. such a kind thing to say,
      thank you so much Pamela!

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  5. You have the most beautiful blog entries.

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    1. Thank you Linda for the heartwarming compliment!
      xxx sas

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  6. oh my goodness that is so cute.

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  7. Es precioso...me encanta la chimenea!
    Bueno...me encanta todo!!!
    Un beso!
    Oh!
    Tengo un blog nuevo...te apetece mirar? El otro está cerrado.
    http://remeibitacora.blogspot.com.es/



    It's beautiful ... I love the fireplace!
    Well ... I love everything!
    A kiss!
    Oh!
    I have a new blog ... you want to look? The other is closed.

    http://remeibitacora.blogspot.com.es/


    Besos!

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    1. Dear Remei,
      thank you so much for your lovely comment!

      big kiss sas xxx!

      p.s.
      your new blog is wonderful!!!

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  8. Another adorable creation Sas! I love that chimney, so creative you are!
    Please stop by on the weekend and link up!?
    xoxo
    ~ joey ~
    ps. I have been wondering, do these sweet houses ever fade? Do you ever take them apart and remake them into another idea if the natural materials start to wither?

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    1. Sorry for the late link entry Joey! Have spent my days in the garden making small succulent roofs :)
      Next week I will be the first to enter :)

      xxx sas
      ps. I only recycle the moss houses when they are withered. I just remove the moss and re-decorate them :)
      But the snail houses and the cork houses don't wither at all because of the used materials like bark and cork. Place indoors they last forever and every now and then I just refresh the moss.

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  9. Your Fairy Houses are one more beautyful than the other. Each one is unique and very special on its own. I really like them.
    Best regards from Bavaria
    Susi

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    1. So lovely to read your kind comment Susi,
      thank you so much for sharing it!

      warm greetings from Holland,
      xxx sas

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  10. Oh wow, what a beautiful blog you have, I can't wait to start exploring. You have a new follower!!!

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    1. So nice to see you here, welcome!
      I hope you enjoy my blog and thank you so much for visiting!
      warm greetings,
      xxx sas

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  11. Oh my goodness, I just found your blog via Natural Suburbia's creative friday and clicked to find more. You have such amazing work! I look forward to reading a whole lot more, and admiring your pictures. Your photography is just amazing.

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    1. Welcome Natalie, so lovely to see you here!

      And thank you so much for the warm comment,
      I really enjoyed it :))

      warm greetings xxx sas

      ps.
      just visited your blog and I really liked your wood 'printing' tutorial!
      Thank you so much for sharing it, I'm going to try it this weekend.

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  12. Simply stunning! I featured your post at Eco-Kids Tuesday! Hope to see you there again today!
    http://likemamalikedaughter.blogspot.com/2013/06/eco-kids-tuesday.html

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  13. So glad I stumbled upon your page. I love your work. All those lovely details! Very inspiring.

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