Make a cute fairy house from an ugly tree stump

Gnome Tree Stump House

Trees add beauty to your landscape, increase property value, and provide shade from the hot summer sun. But dead trees can be an eyesore and need to be removed immediately. They are tripping hazards that are likely to attract pests.

But why go through the grueling task of removing a dead tree stump when you can turn it into cute garden decor?

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09/24/2022 08:39 am GMT

Mimi, the owner of the gnome tree stumpĀ house you see above, though she couldĀ do something creativeĀ with the dead tree stump instead of having her husband cut it. The tree stumpĀ was located near theĀ street, and so the first thing that popped into her headĀ was to build a house – a gnome tree stump house!

ItĀ isĀ indeed a great idea. Instead of letting the tree stump become an unpleasant sight on their property, they turned it into a cute fairy house that even the passers-by liked!

Gnome Tree Stump House

Below is a video that shows how they did it. And although they bought new materials for their project, it should not stop you from making use of scraps that you may have in storage. If you have old toys stashed somewhere, you can also use them in decorating your gnome tree stump house!

Do you have an unsightly stump in your yard that you can turn into a tree-stump fairy house? Find out how to turn it into one in the tutorial below. But first, click through our gallery for some inspiration…

Materials:

  • Plywood
  • Edge V-Groove Cedar Planking
  • Scrap Wood
  • Paint (of your choice)
  • Weatherstrip Nails
  • Liquid Nails
  • Aluminum Right Angle
  • Miniature Decor Items

Tools:

  • Hammer
  • Ruler
  • Drill

Click on any image to start the lightbox display. Use your Esc key to close the lightbox.8-)

Thanks to Mimi for this great project. You can watch the step-by-step tutorial here:

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