If you’re looking for a Stone Fairy House diy, you have come to the right place, we even have a video that shows you how ..
We were stunned when we came across these in our travels and the great news is that we have found you a tutorial that steps you through the process to make your own easily at home.
We have put together a collection of the most creative and inspirational Stone Fairy Homes. Whilst many that are featured are available for purchase, we have included some basic diy ideas that you can experiment with for some alternative versions. Scroll our page for some amazing ideas and if you make something yourself, be sure to share your photos with us. We’d love to feature you.
We suggest that you scroll our page all the way to the end to check out all the beautiful ideas that we have included for you. There are so many styles that your head will be spinning.
You should also check out our popular Broken Clay Pot Fairy Gardens too. Don’t forget to Pin all your favourite ideas.
Just look at the detail of this River Pebble Fairy House that Roger from Enchanted Cottage has made. He has a thriving business making bespoke creations for his appreciative clients.
As a builder by trade, Roger J. Davies has spent most of his working life shinning up and down ladders working on real buildings. Now he puts those same skills into practice to create these lovely miniature cottages and enchanting creations.
By using traditional building methods, albeit, in miniature, Roger is able to construct these fabulous little cottages knowing they will stand the test of time and withstand all weathers. They are all hand crafted, original in design and built to last.
You can now purchase any of the ‘Enchanted Cottages’ collection or Roger will also undertake bespoke commissions. You can see all of Rogers work on his website here
This River Pebble Fairy Tower is another adorable version. Again, look at the exquisite detail of the slate stairs that lead steeply up to the door. We love the gable on the lower level too.
Who doesn’t love a Stone Windmill – we could see one of these in our own garden for sure. Again, when you break this beautiful piece down, you could get quite creative and it will look beautiful sitting in your garden bed.
These Miniature Stone Cottages are a nice straight design that will be extremely easy to recreate. You will want to add them to your collection for sure.
This Stone Enchanted Cottage looks lovely with its clear sealant that has given the stones a richness and shine. We love the detail above the windows and door and check out that fabulous chimney and ridge capping!
Who lives here? We love the wonkiness of this Enchanted Cottage. It is almost like a Hobbit House and the curve of the shingle roof is a lovely touch. The finials on the roof ridge capping is also very complementary to the overall appearance.
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The following photos are from an extremely talented artist Michael Stephens. He has made these incredible Stone Houses and he has a Website ‘Stonework By Stephens‘ that is filled with beautiful examples of his work. You can connect with him and ask for a custom made design and his works are truly inspirational and will give you some wonderful ideas.
How To Make Stone Fairy House Video
Lucky for us, Michael has a great Tutorial to show you exactly how to build a miniature stone house. He even has a great video so click the play button below to view Michael in action ⇓
Marthe Hook is an Author and she is known as ‘The Fairy Garden Lady’ – she has put together a very simple Tutorial that will show you how to make your very own miniature stone fairy house and you are going to be surprised at the simple materials that you are going to need.
She suggests Glue, Ziplock Bag, A form (old bird house, old margarine container, plastic bottle, gourd or similar item, some small stones, tweezers, Shellac or Urethane.
You can find her full and detailed instructions on her site here – be sure to check out the Broken Fairy Gardens below, while you’re here. They are another very popular post that you will love.
Love this super cute Fairy Wishing Well that we found on Etsy
Be sure to check out how to make your own Broken Clay Pot Fairy Gardens. They are super cute and very easy when you know how —> How To Make Broken Pot Fairy Gardens