Gnome door

Transform your garden into a magical wonderland with these enchanting gnome door ideas. Create a whimsical atmosphere and invite the magical creatures into your outdoor space.
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I have made four different fairy doors so far for my various Fairy Products. I will show you how I made each one. Step by step instructions with photos Fairy Door How To Make a Basic Fairy Door Materials and Tools needed A piece of wood Black acrylic paint 2 different colours of acrylic paint Clear gloss acrylic paint Jigsaw Wood file Ruler I was able to get the wood free because my sister had replaced her old wooden fence. I have many 6 ft by 4 inch wooden slats. Some are warped but most…

Kim Johnson
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Add life to your tree by hanging a delicate elf door on your garden tree, inviting gnomes and fairies to stay here Made of high-quality wood material, strong and durable, not easy to break or deform, can be stored and used for a long time Miniature fairy doors are designed with unique patterns and flower door frames to add magical freedom to your miniature fairy garden Easy to install, use the keyhole slot and easy-to-install screws to easily secure this mysterious fairy door to any surface…

Christine Irvine
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In our garden the fairies and gnomes live amongst each other. Their village spreads around the yard with lil houses, patios and ponds hidden beneath the flowers. Throughout the year, L and I like to collect and make things to add to our garden...this morning we made a lil fairy door. Materials needed: -sticks -florist wire -a button First, have your kids collect some sticks and twigs around the yard. Sort through the sticks, finding ones that are particularly straight. Lay these sticks…

Toni Comer