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    • Diane Cox

      Fairy Garden: Creative use of tree trunk crevice, river rocks and moss. A discrete focal point to bring a smile to your stroll through the garden.

    • Claude Tanner

      Hobbit house. http://@Tammy Tarng Tarng Tarng Tarng - remember when we used to build little moss,twig, and rock fairy houses in the woods? Who knew we were so avant-garde! Garden Ideas

    • Lori Tice Roberts

      Elves Faeries Gnomes: A Hobbit entrance into a tree.

    • Cobus Louw

      Love the stacked rocks leading up to the door. / Orig Post: sally j smith (looks like a little fairy door in the trunk of a tree.)

    • Julie Daniels

      Looks like a little fairy home in the base of a huge tree :D

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