ADD SOME MAGIC TO A ROTTEN TREE

If you have a tree in your garden like the one in the picture there is no need to despair. With a little simple DIY you can convert the eyesore into an adorable fairy door. These doors are springing up all over the place. In fact a garden without a fairy door is considered to have something lacking. The tree does not have to be rotten. It just needs to have a trunk that is thick enough to accommodate a small door. Full instructions are included in this article by Ariana Seigal which I found on her Little Things website.

Sometimes I wish I could just transport myself into a fairy tale.
Whether it?s creating fanciful?DIY projects ??like these?show-stopping?Disneyinspired wedding cakes?? or just adding a cute gnome to my lawn, I?m always looking for ways to bring an element of whimsy into my day-to-day life.
So when I discovered how modern day ?princes? and ?princesses? were sprucing up their backyards, I had to learn more.
Fairy doors are the latest must-make DIY craze ??perfect?for any fairy tale fiend. Better still, they?re a super-simple (and kid-friendly) crafting adventure that you can complete in just a few weekend hours. Perfect for beautifying a rotting tree or building a magical hiding spot in?your backyard, these tiny doors are sure to impress your friends.
Scroll through below to see?how DIY-er Sarah from?Hometalk built a truly stunning magical door in her own backyard!
What fairy-tale-inspired DIY projects would?you create? Let us know in the comments.

Hometalk/Sarah M.
Sarah wanted to do something magical with the rotted tree in her backyard.
Hometalk/Sarah M.
To start her DIY project, she bought a 1/4-inch piece of plywood and traced out a door pattern.

Hometalk/Sarah M.
Our crafty DIY-er used a jigsaw to cut out a whimsical door shape.

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