The past days we had so much fun creating these gnome homes!
I wanted to hide them in our garden but our son loved them rightaway and now we have gnome houses next to the fairy gardens in our livingroom.
To create the houses we used birch branches in different sizes and combined them with Ourico Pods. (These are the pods that contain Brazil Nuts). The chimneys were made from pieces of wood and snail shells and fixed with beeswax. The flower containers are also made from snail shells and can be filled with water. Oh, once you get started....
You can also use small terracotta flowerpots or baskets to create roofs.
There are endless possibilities, but for the gnomes it is only important that their homes are made with loving care.
Happy sigh, beautiful, imaginative, wonderful!ReplyDelete
So lovely to hear you like them!ReplyDelete
Thank you xx sas
Gorgeous and so inspirational as always! I know what we will be doing this Easter time! hugs to you Sas! xxxReplyDelete
Thank you dear Emma for the wonderful compliment!Delete
Hugs back from Holland,
They are just wonderful. I have just started with one fairy garden,but I see so many ideas I need more than one. Thank you for the inspiration. Paty.ReplyDelete
Haha that is exactly how I began and now we have fairy houses everywhere :)Delete
Thank you for visiting Paty,
so lovely to see you here.