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  • George Holmes

    To retire to a nice little house (Fairy Tale House, Blue Ridge Mountains, Georgia)

  • Carol Carlson

    "Arthur Millican Jr., a former Disney artisan, typically works at a much smaller scale building tiny houses for fairies and gnomes, but this super sized fairy house has been scaled up and is ready for play! Arthur of "Whimsical Fairy Garden" designed and built this amazing playhouse from found materials. He collects old objects and lumber that can latter be incorporated into his designs." The out of kilter planes remind me of that the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari!

  • Annie Newman Limited Edition Designs

    fairy house play house- perfect place to have a garden birthday party .. So magical

  • Merian Smith

    Fairy Tale House, Blue Ridge Mountains, Georgia - Not quite a tree house, but ...

  • Irene Niehorster

    Fairy Tale House, Blue Ridge Mountains, Georgia~ Arthur Millican Jr., a former Disney artisan, typically works at a much smaller scale building tiny houses for fairies and gnomes, but this super sized fairy house has been scaled up and is ready for play! Love, love, love it!

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