Old hollowed out oak tree stumps actually offer strong sturdy walls for tree sprites to use as frames for a house. This construction technique can be seen in the Micro Tree House. Consisting of three separate green gables, randomly poking out of the hollows of the tree stump, the quirky design adds a sense of charm to the fairy garden. Tiny, bright yellow, accented windows and doors grace the front of each gable, while a tall skinny crooked chimney pokes out of the top the micro-structure. At only 2.75-inches high, one can imagine what a cozy little home the Micro Tree House is for wee people in the miniature garden. Note: The door is 0.50-inches high.