Making a Fairy House
Making a Fairy House
By Catherine McMahon – Aunty Catherine
You will need:
A paper plate base.
A yogurt pot or piece of cardboard tubing such as a large poster tube.
Corrugated cardboard for roof.
Moss – you can collect your own in a forest or buy some in a model building shop.
Bark and mini cones or acorns.
Tiny Pebbles or crystal chips.
Glue- PVA is fine.
Ask an adult to cut a doorway in the yogurt carton or the cardboard tube. If using a cardboard tube ask an adult to cut a V to make a roof.
Glue the yogurt carton or cardboard tube to base
Ask an adult to score the roof so it bends in the centre.
Glue on the roof and cover it with moss and bark. This will take a while as the roof has to set first. If you have a hot glue gun it will be quicker but not necessary.
Glue moss onto the base around the fairy house.
Glue on some pebbles or crystal chips to make a pathway to the front door.
Decorate with mini cones or acorns. We had a dragonfly button that we glued on the front door you can decorate it anyway you wish.
Add some glitter if you wish.
Invite the fairies to come and stay!!!!!
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