Building Fairy Houses – My Third One So Far.

Are you thinking about building fairy houses and looking for ideas? Well then maybe, you can find some inspiration on my site 😉

Previously, I have made 2 before. The first one was at the start of my fairy garden, where I made one from a plastic bucket, that would otherwise be thrown away in the trash.

The second was based on a laser-cut fairy house that I needed to assemble and decorate myself. The latter blog posts explain how I made everything.

So my garden is slowly expanding, but still, I’m not totally happy with the result and I “need’ lots more stuff in it 😉

Hence the third, and not the last, fairy house that I decorated DIY, with the help of another laser-cut miniature kit.

Let’s dive into it with a review of the kit and how I made it!

First: How Did I Make This DIY Style?

When you are building fairy houses, usually one makes them from examples found on the internet, in combination with your own style/imagination and intuition. Exactly what I did.

Fairy house kit from ElchamyEngraving
  • So, off course, unpack it, and this is what you get. All the different pieces that you need to assemble.

    First, you need to varnish all the pieces. Depending on whether you will place it outside or not (I do in spring/summer, when it’s not raining to much), you can add multiple layers of varnish.

    I put on three layers of Mod Podge outdoors, but you can use simple ships varnish as well.
Unassembled laser cut pieces.

  • Next up: assemble it with Mod Podge or waterproof wood glue! At the same time I got a big rock to put the house on later on and took a lot of walks to collect the dark and smaller rocks 😉
Assembled fairy house.
  • Than I started adding bigger pieces of rocks to the roof, painted some bits red and glued some small and low walls from rocks to the sides (a few centimeters high).

  • All while at the same time cutting pieces of wood from willow tree branches with my table saw, and painting them in different shades of brown.

    The second picture below shows the doubt that I had to give the grout a color as well or if I would just leave it blank. (I left it blank).

  • Furthermore I grouted the wood with mosaïc grout and left it in the basic color. (or you could buy waterproof grout that you can paint).
Adding grout.
  • Finally, adding some bits and pieces of natural materials, plus little stuff that I had lying around for years now. Finished!

    The red flowers on the side are actually just painted branches from a date-palm! (without the dates of course).

  • This is how it looks like outside!

A Review Of The Fairy House Kit Itself.

This Etsy shop makes or sells.

The seller of this kit also sells other engraved things. A list:

  • 3D wooden fairy doors
  • engraved keyrings
  • fairy garden kits
  • wall decoration
  • and much more

Overall Rank.

5 star reviews

The Price.

Prices are variable, check out the shop!

Where to get this item.

On Etsy.

The good and the bad :

The Good.

  • knowing the prices of lasercutting machienes, these laser cut items are quite affordable
  • returns accepted
  • the buyers are raving, this means that this shop is getting a lot of 5-star reviews in the past 7 days
  • Instructions are included and the kits are very easy assembled

The Bad.

  • I didn’t encounter any issues!

Support:

Contact the seller on Etsy.

Final Conclusion.

I have given this store 5 stars before and I think I will keep on doing just that. I haven’t changed my mind!

A video of the final result when it was put in my fairy garden, I hope you like it! :

My Final Conclusion.

I hope that you enjoyed my review of this fairy garden kit and the walkthrough of what I made with it.

Building fairy houses doesn’t have to be difficult doing it this way and I hope that you will agree while doing it ;-). Yes, you can if I can!

I wish you happy crafting!

Best regards,

Lizzy

Fairy House Kit

32,80
9.6

Product

9.5/10

Support

9.5/10

Overall quality

9.5/10

Difficulty level

9.7/10

The good

  • Very Easy to Assemble
  • Perfect quality
  • Gets you an amazing fairy house

The bad

  • Sells out TO quickly LOL

8 thoughts on “Building Fairy Houses – My Third One So Far.”

  1. Oh my this fairy house is so cute!!! Great job at putting it together and for all your thorough step by step explanation! It can seem quite complicated for a DIY novice like me. I can get discouraged ! So this really helps!! I will check that shop for myself so much I loved your end results! Thank you! 

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    • Hi there!

      Thank you so much for your positivity, I surely loved putting it together and having my imagination getting loose on it haha!

      I wish you happy crafting!

      Best regards,

      Lizzy

      Reply
  2. I can’t wait to share this with my cousin. Her girls have been building a fairy garden and you have so many great ideas here. I love that you create pieces out of items that would have just been tossed in the trap. That’s another great lesson for kids to learn. You’ve done a really great job and I loved looking at all your pictures of completed projects.

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  3. I love this idea so much! I am always so delighted when I spot a little fairy house in an unexpected place. You’ve done a great job of giving these a whimsical flair that is perfect for a fairy family to move on into! Thanks so much for the inspiration as this feels like the perfect craft for rainy days when I’m looking for ways to cheer up a space!

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  4. Wow, I’m excited I will create my first fairy house soon because it appears to be simple to build after I get the necessary materials. I’m also relieved to see that those laser-cut items, as well as other materials, are reasonably priced and that Etsy is a fantastic store to buy them.
    Excellent review.

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    • Hi Lio!

      I am glad that you like the way this fairy house was made and yes: those laser-cut items are fantastic! 😉

      thank you,

      Best regards,

      Lizzy

      Reply

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