Monday Make A – Faery House

June 15, 2009 at 11:16 am (Crafts, Decoration, Fae, Faery, Fairies, Fairy, Garden, Home, Litha, Magic, Midsummer, Monday, pagan, Witch)

Making A Faery House
from Lady Domnu


  • Craft glue or hot glue
  • Flat piece of wood
  • Shale, flat stones or river stones in proper scale to size you want
  • Pebble
  • Acorns
  • Pinecones
  • A crystal
  • Twigs
  • Moss

Pick out the flat stones to make the sides of the house. Using the flat wood as a base, glue the stones on the wood. Be sure to leave a door opening for the Faery to enter. I like to leave a good inch or so border of wood base showing. When you have the sides of your house done put on your roof. I like to use twigs then place moss on top of that. After you get this done start decorating the house and wood base with the acorns, pinecones, pebbles, etc. in a pleasing manner. You can place some items inside the house if you like. These I don’t glue down. I attach the crystal above the door. You can use glue but I like to use floral wire wrapped around a section and then use that to attach it to one of the roof twigs. Give the house a day or two for the glue to set up. Do Not use paint on the house!!!!! Sometimes I will even place a trinket (Faery love bright and shining things) in the house. Don’t use iron or nickel as these repel Faery. When ready, place the little Faery home somewhere in your garden or flowerbeds. Call out and let the Faery know that this is a place for them. I like to place some milk or honeycakes near the home. Don’t do this if you’re concerned about attracting animals.

Now you have a special place for your Faery friends to visit. You can put as many of these around as you like. I usually keep two or three around.

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