Woodland Fairy House with Natural Finish and Pinecone Roof (506)

$35.00

A one-of-a-kind handmade Woodland Fairy House.
Approximate dimensions are: 4-1/2″ high (6″ with step) x 2″ wide.
Ships from our Vancouver, Canada area workshop.
This is the very item you will receive, and it is ready to ship in 1-2 business days.

1 in stock

Description

NOTE: This little Pixie Woodland House is smaller than most of our Fairy and Pixie Houses

Approximate dimensions of this house are: 4-1/2″ high (6″ with step) x 2″ wide.

A one-of-a-kind handmade Woodland Fairy House, made of wood, moss and pine cones.

This little house is completely natural in color. The little double doors have two tiny green beads for door knobs. Its whimsical roof is made from pine cone petals. It sits atop a step.

No two houses are alike. This house will definitely invite magical beings to come dwell. We’ve heard that fairies like quiet, shady spots… so perhaps peeking out from behind a fern or shrub, would please their need for privacy, and fairy serenity.

The door does not open for mere mortals. Only Fairies can open the door! If you live in a climate where winters are harsh, it’s most likely your garden fairy will choose to winter in a warm tropical locale. They would be most grateful if you protected their house from the elements, by bringing it in for the winter.

Each house is hand-crafted. Any knot holes, saw marks, imperfections in the wood, variations of stains in the natural wood, or other imperfections, are part of the house’s rustic and whimsical charm! Fairies are not perfect, you know!

As hard as we try to capture the most accurate colors, every computer monitor and phone screen is different. Please keep that it mind.

Ships to Canada & US, from the Vancouver, British Columbia area. This is the very item you will receive, and it is ready to ship in 1-2 business days.

Made from various up-cycled and reclaimed woods.

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