(Willow branches are particularly good for this project.)
These will make the wattle structure.
For the daub mixture we used half mud half clay mixed with water.
Historically daub probably contained cow manure as well but we left that interesting ingredient out this time :)
For the roof we tied small bundles of hay together and attempted to loosely thatch them on.
I think that might be a nice detail next time.
We staked some stronger pieces of willow in the ground first forming a circular shape.Then we simple wove the thinner pieces of willow around the skeleton starting from the ground up, leaving a small space for a door.
The daub was added later and used to "cement" the structure in place and fill up the gaps in the woven branches.
We made a wigwam structure for the roof and thatched on top of it. Then the little house was ready to make itself at home in our fairy garden.