- Two Unfinished Wood Fairy Doors
- Unfinished Wood Plaque
- Large Craft Sticks
- Bag of Miniature Birch Shingles
- Burnt Umber Acrylic Paint
- Peel and Stick Moss Sheets
- Moss, Rocks and Paper Flowers
- E6000 Adhesive
Take the two doors and stand them up one craft stick length apart.
Glue one craft stick to the bottom of each door on the outside.
Now repeat this on the other side and the doors should be connected with equal distance apart.
Start on one side and glue the sticks one by one up to the top of the door.
Repeat process working down the other side of the door to create the sides and roof of the house.
Set aside to dry.
Cut the peel and stick moss to fit the top and sides of the plaque.
Remove backing and place the peel and stick moss on the unfinished wood plaque.
Press down and fold the moss around the sides and underneath of the plaque.
Glue the shingle tabs down to the roof of the house one by one on both sides.
Allow to dry.
Paint the house with Burnt Umber acrylic paint and allow to dry.
Glue the house on the moss board.
Glue pieces of moss the the roof of the house.
Glue rocks and paper flowers to the sides of the house.
(optional: add one resin squirrel)
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Ben Franklin Crafts and Frame Shop
21121 Hwy 410 E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391