Tree stump fairy house can be use for family picnics or as a place for your children to hang out. All you need is a carefully measured work plan and a large, sturdy tree that can support the weight tree houses and its passengers.
Climb the steps and place each board over the branches of the second story tree stump fairy house, just as you did for the first floor. Provide space between the trunk and the second floor platform where the steps appear so that people can climb the second story. The second story does not have to be as big as the first one, and it can be use more as a seating group.
Create walls for each floor. Take a board that fits the width of the mat. These will act as rails, or walls, for safety. Nail these boards from tree branch to tree branch, around chest height. Use the saw to trim the boards if necessary. Repeat this step with the second story of tree stump fairy house. Add more boards as desire. Just make sure the two stories of the tree house have fences or walls that will keep people safe. Add furniture or blankets, such as plastic patio chairs, end tables or seat cushions, to add comfort to the tree trunk.
Tips and warnings
Be careful when working with sharp materials and tools.