This took a couple months to plan and collect all the materials and plants, and about a week to build and put it all together.
The hobbit house is handmade, including the door, chimney, windows, and bird nest. I also made the fence, gate, and a Shire signpost (not pictured).
A question for anyone who makes and sells crafts:
If I made more of these, either just doors and accessories or complete houses, and put them on etsy, would people buy them? If so, what would be a reasonable price to charge? I’ve never done this before so i’m clueless about how this works. I’d really appreciate your advice :)
(I’ve also made a harry potter wand and a couple hand-stenciled hogwarts textbooks for a cosplay, if anyone would be interested in those as well?)
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Dessert Sushi | The House That Lars Built
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This might be one of the sweetest wedding DIYs I’ve ever seen! If you’re looking for something a little different to bubbles, rose petals or vuvuzelas for people to use as you exit the church, these are a fun and pretty alternative. And even better, easy to make. If lace isn’t your thing then go for a colourful fabric (you could even monogram your fabric with your initials!). If you don’t want to make a ton, have some other options available such as ribbon sticks for a super fun festive vibe!