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  • Mary Jo Reed

    Tree stump, carving, fairy house. Now this is the ultimate condominium complex for the fairy garden!

  • Nancy Bonander

    A tree stump is now this charming and whimsical fairy house! Cute idea for an large old tree trunk

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