You'll need the following items:
- An old wooden chair
- Some primer paint
- Exterior paint in your favorite Faerie color(s)
- Polyeurethane or sealant
- Seeds for a climbing flower, such as morning glory or clematis
- A sunny spot in your garden
Find a sunny spot in your garden, and loosen the soil a bit. Place the chair where you want it, but be sure that it's the right spot, because it's going to become a permanent fixture. Once the chair is in place, plant seeds around the base of the chair, just a few inches away from the legs.
Water the soil each day, and as your climbing plants appear, twine the vines up through the legs of the chair and around it. Pretty soon, you'll have a chair covered with leafy greens and bright flowers. It's the perfect place for your kids to spot a Faerie!
I almost forgot to put in the teaser for this summer's upcoming project. Why is it that Christians get Vacation Bible School? What about us Pagans?