After my excitement ebbed a little, I decided to turn the room box into a house fit for a fairy. It seemed appropriate.
Looks like this fairy is doing some baking. There's acorn flour everywhere!
The fairy needed storage, so she got hanging acorn cap baskets (it is three lengths of embroidery floss tied together with a knot at the bottom, the middle, and the end, then two filled acorn caps were glued between the knots).
On the armoire is an impossibly small and ever-so-sweet Tiny Picnic Basket filled with fresh picked fairy berries. I just love that basket.
Inside is a button collection on the armoire and a sink made from a shell.
Simple fairy furniture can be made from sticks and cardboard and it doesn't even have to be perfect. Fairies don't trouble themselves over such things.
I hope you enjoyed the pocket-sized Fairy House and it gives you some ideas on how to transform a half scale room box into something to smile at. Now...what to do with the Square Half Scale Room Box...
A list of supplies can be found HERE. The rest of the materials were gathered outside!