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Fairie Dwellings

Supply a home to our ethereal friends in your backyard, in a park, or in your city apartment. Great fun with kids, as the activity is usually outside in nature, and sparks imagination and creative play.



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Fairy Door. jar-of-elixir.tumblr.com



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Fairy House on Monhegan Island, Maine. www.fairyhouses.com


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Fairy House. saras-toy-box.blogspot.com



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Fairy Door. listplanit.com



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Fairy Door. media.photobucket.com


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Fairy Door, via: harleyshine.tumblr.com



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Fairy House by Aviary. www.pinterest.com



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Fairy House at Duck Mountain, www.fairyhouses.com



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Fairy House, flickrhivemind.net/


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Fairy House www.creativeworksforchildren.com


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Fairy Commune. larchmontgazette.com


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A Fairy House on a tree mounted base, a bird barn, with a connecting bridge. All elements created by John Crawford for a garden in Santa Monica Canyon, Santa Monica, CA. www.fairywoodland.com



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Fairy Birdhouses by Lynne Blackman, www.fairywoodland.com



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Fairy House. www.fairyhouses.com



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Fairie House © Tatiana Katara. www.faeriefactory.com


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Fairie House © Tatiana Katara. www.faeriefactory.com


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Riverbank Palace
© Tatiana Katara. www.faeriefactory.com


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Fairie House © Tatiana Katara. www.faeriefactory.com



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Shell Fairie House © Tatiana Katara. www.faeriefactory.com


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Amusement Park
© Tatiana Katara. www.faeriefactory.com



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Fairy House by Free Emi. www.flickr.com



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Fairy House by Arthur Millican Jr., indulgy.com


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Fairy Playhouse by Arthur Milligan, Jr., built from found materials. aplaceimagined.blogspot.com



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Fairy House by Sally J. Smith ©. www.greenspiritarts.com


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Fairy House by Sally J. Smith ©. www.greenspiritarts.com



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Fairy House by Sally J. Smith ©. www.greenspiritarts.com



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Fairy House by Sally J. Smith ©. www.greenspiritarts.com



fairy doors

Fairy Doors by Sally J. Smith ©. www.greenspiritarts.com



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Fairy House with Irish moss as roof. www.fairywoodland.com



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Natural Fairy Door. tumblr.com


fairie treehouse
Fairy Treehouse. An old window in a tree hollow! © Denver Post. acidcow.com


Fairy is the New World spelling, fairie the Old World.


Visit the Maine Fairy House Festival in August -
According to The Compleat Wetlander, fairy houses are, “a 100+ year tradition in Maine, especially along the coast and on the islands, when many island communities had working farms. Traveling schoolteachers brought folk tales involving fairies that inspired islanders—children and adults alike—to build gnome homes to attract fairies in order to watch over the livestock and children during Maine winters. A fairy house traditionally included a tiny altar with a small offering, such as a coin, to pay the fairies to help the farmers.” www.mainegardens.org  More events: www.fairyhouses.com

Read about the Monhegan Island, Maine, Fairy House Tradition: www.downeast.com

Workshops in Wisconsin and Michigan: www.faeriefactory.com

Urban Fairies: If you think you have to be in woodland to attract fairies, think again. In Ann Arbor, Michigan urban fairies are quite common. See: www.urban-fairies.com

Fairy Doors:
Fairy Woodland - nice things.
Fuzzy Connection Hand crafted wooden fairy doors.
Fairy Door & Window CompanyHand crafted wooden fairy doors.
Red ShoesHand painted wooden fairy doors.
Mitzi.cc  Hand crafted polymer clay fairy doors.
Wee Folk Outfitters  Hand crafted wooden fairy doors (and windows).
Once Upon A Time Design  Hand painted wooden fairy doors.
Clayworks by Kim Detmers  Hand crafted polymer clay fairy doors.

SimplySucculents.com  Mini furniture and accesories.
Magical Omaha: City doors, gates, homes.


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Don't forget the urban fairies. www.urban-fairies.com



 

 



 
 

 

 

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Echo
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fairy houses in portland
Reply #8 on : Thu January 02, 2014, 21:09:45
use to live in biddeford and the daughter and i would go to an island just on the north side edge of portland to go walking. there were hundreds of little fairy houses that people had built in the woods. all different kinds.

we built one too....
Susan Bourdelais
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House Cluster by Arthur Millican
Reply #7 on : Sat August 31, 2013, 18:43:50
The house cluster around a tall tree stump is absolutely magnificant. Creator's email is:
indulgy.com
Have a long stump that would enrich my yard.
How do I get pics. & directions?
Maureen
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fairies
Reply #6 on : Sat March 16, 2013, 22:51:22
We created a Fairy Lane in a nearby woods. It has been very successful in encouraging families to get out walking in these wonderful woods and in the magic of fairies. http://strongstart.blogspot.ca/2012/10/welcome-to-fairy-lane.html
Christine Schreier
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Re: Fairie Dwellings
Reply #5 on : Wed March 06, 2013, 13:26:18
Out of this world! I want to live in each one of them! Thanks for collecting them all! Christine
Elyse Pomeranz
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elemental sanctuaries
Reply #4 on : Mon October 08, 2012, 10:35:15
What a delight to see this collection of inspiring
gifts to the fairy world. A few years ago I created what I called Elemental Sanctuaries and really explored what these love most. I grew to understand that they are beings of constant change and are happiest when the parts of their sanctuary were movable. They asked for metals that cannot be picked up by a magnet!! They loved colour and texture. If you are interested I could send photographs of these works. I also make little fairy figures ( they love to costumes!!!).
jackie margaret
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Re: Fairie Dwellings
Reply #3 on : Tue July 10, 2012, 12:21:49
Love the creativity...inspiring..thank you.:-))
Leonardo
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Leonardo
Reply #2 on : Wed June 27, 2012, 07:46:02
I do believe in faieris! I do! I do! What an amazing gift to leave! Fairy Hobmother, you are definitely filling the world with joy! Thank you! May you find yourself in the presence of those who need their spirits lifted! It's not about the things, it's the experience of a blessing! God bless you Fairy Hobmother! Things like this really change a person. I can't wait to see the ripple of kindness that comes from your random blessings! Ivy(www.unscriptedlife.com)
Marleena
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Wish I may
Reply #1 on : Wed April 18, 2012, 07:52:46
Thanx FoR sharing. You made me smile
 
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