This display base has been created on a piece of wood that is 8" x 9" and 3/4" thick. I have glued felt to the underneath side of the base to protect the furniture it sits on. A miniature rusty garden gate has been secured to the base piece. I have used moss covered twigs, Princess pine, sheet moss, reindeer moss, and some small silk flowers in designing this piece. A bird bath sits near the flowers with a little bird perched on the edge. A pathway leads you to the bench and you may also see a bit of faerie dust and t The rock that sits in front of the gate welcomes you to this faerie garden. I have created a bench out of a small piece of wood and a preserved mushroom. The piece has been sprayed with a protective sealant, but please be aware that it will not last forever. The moss may fade in 2-4 years, but can easily be replaced. The piece stands approximately 7 1/2" tall with the moss covered branches extending above that. The sweet little faeries pictured in this listing do not come with this piece . They are for display only and were sculpted especially for me by another eBayer named Kim. Her eBay ID is "kimr3066". She does a beautiful job sculpting OOAK faeries and babies so you might want to check out her work and add her to your favorite sellers list so you can check out her work frequently. I'm hoping this unique display base will be perfect for that faerie you just sculpted or for the collector that wants a special spot to display a faerie.
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