Friday, April 15, 2011

Artsy Fartsy Friday~~~M is for Magical Fairy Houses

If you are ever in Maine you might want to stop by and walk through the woods. You might see a surprise. There is a large population of fairies that have made their homes in the woods on a small island off the coast of Maine. These fairy houses pop into view all over  and  they are made by "artists" of all ages. They are made from found materials and are quite creative in design.
                      To read more about it click here--> 
                                                                                          and--->How to make a fairy house

A few years back when I first found out about Fairy Houses My Kids and I made some that spring. They only lasted about a week, but this year I think we will try again. They are a lot of fun and you can hide them in secret little places in your garden. Hope you like this week's Art....Magical Fairy Houses.

                                             Houses with a view


                                             Smart little ranch style Fairy House

                                   Great neighborhood


                                   There are even Fairy mansions


                            The latest in Fairy construction...pine cone roof


                    SSSSHHHH...I think "you know who" lives here
Have a Great Day!!!! Don't forget to come back tomorrow for Saturday's question....Blessings, Joanne


  1. that is an AWESOME Idea -- Thanks!

    I think we have some "Mini" projects to do from time to time in the garden now..... Fun While weeding and cleaning.....

    Just AWESOME and some really good ones to boot.

    Anything at Anytime

  2. I love these. I really like the last one.

  3. Oh, I absolutely LOVE them! Can't wait to have time to explore it further! I am definitely going to try my hand at creating one. Thanks for the great post!

  4. Oh my goodness, I love these. They are so magical and whimsical! I just may have to make one of these. Thanks for sharing the link to your post about my blog, Joanne. It made me smile!


  5. How very sweet and cute. I have never heard of that.

  6. What an adorable idea!!! These are precious and magical, but way beyond my skill level!! Each one is so different. Please don't let Barbie OR Ken find out about these, they will just ruin them with that tacky convertable, and stuffing all her clothes in there till the walls split. I have always wanted to go to Maine, though.

  7. How adorable the Magical Fairy Houses are. I can see how a child would be fascinated with this.

  8. If you're ever in Ann Arbor, MI you should check out the fairy doors! They are all over the place downtown and there is even a map you can follow to make sure you find them all.

  9. @ DanWins~ This is a perfect will have alot of fun for sure.

    @ Becca~ I knew you would! A person who loves Tink as much as you do is bound to love these as do I! :o)

    @ Retired English Teacher~ Me too! I hope the ones we make this year turn out nice.

    @ Rae~ You are welcome! Hope you have fun making them.

    @ Claudia~ Thanks! If you do make them I hope you take pictures. I would love to see what you create!

    @ Barb~ I love the whole idea of it too!

    @ Ginny~ LOL! You can totally make these houses!

    @ Beth~ I think it brings out the child in everyone! :o)

    @ Liz~ Thanks for the link! I will definitely check it out.

  10. NOW----I have to make a fairy house...Do you realize how MANY projects that I have on a list behind a magnet on the fridge??? you bring us such great pics and ideas, well---we HAVE to have one now..darn it~!!
    ((off I go, ANOTHER fun thing to do, drats!))


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