32 DIY Ideas for How to Make a Fairy Garden
Fairy gardens are miniature versions of full-fledged gardens and allow you to use your gardening skills in a limited space. You can grow your own plants or use artificial ones. Ornaments are mini versions of real-life gardening tools, chairs, steps, paths, etc. They are thought to be the roaming grounds of fairies that bring you good luck.
What makes a fairy garden attractive are the accessories. You can let the kids look around the house for finding old toys and other showpieces for the decorations.
Try your bit for your a greener earth by putting together mini landscapes that bring forth the beauty of mother nature combined with creativity and imagination.
This mini garden boasts of painted birdhouses as the decorations. Moss and flowers were bought from a local nursery to accentuate its beauty.
Reclaimed materials make wonderful fairy houses. They are the perfect craft for kids looking for some fun during the monsoons.
This fairy garden comes complete with a wooden birdhouse that is painted and decorated with rocks, mirrors, coins, etc. The path leading up to the house is made with rocks. There are also a tiny fencing, clothesline, seashell pond
This pretty fairy garden table project offers plenty of opportunities for your little one. It tickles their imagination, teaches them about the different plants and lastly, provides you with fresh herbs for
A broken clay pot can be transformed dramatically into a fab garden to invite fairies for good luck. Just keep in mind to throw in the right decorations.
Adding a gnome to your fairy garden gives it a look of the Renaissance period making it attractive. A Dremel tool was used to cut the pot asTerracotta is very hard to cut and break.
Kids would greatly love to make the characters of this gnome fairy garden. They are made with air dry clay following a simple process.
This cute fairy garden is made with mini houses, furniture, fruits, vegetable, animals, plants, etc. Other items of decoration were a pennant, red wagon
You can break a flower pot and put the broken part inside for this project. You can even put smaller pots inside for a layered look.
You can make your fairy garden resemble a beach by filling it with sand, adding to it a shallow dish filled with aqua paint, placing a picket fence, chair, umbrella, etc.
For this charming fairy garden, you need a broken pot, craft drill, hammer, potsherds, soil, plants and moss as your supplies.
Spark imagination and creativity in your kids while making this whimsical addition to your indoor or outdoor space.
Fairy gardens are great for fall décor. If you are a gardening fanatic, you would love the use of pumpkins for the craft.
You can display this innovative fairy garden on your tabletop, patio or porch. You should begin by taking a container, filling it with potting mix and tiny shrubs like tropical foliage plants, bonsai, boxwood, etc.
Note that all the DIYs are eco-friendly and take you one step closer to a greener earth. Let your imagination work wonders as you make a fairy garden of your own. They are cheap to create and can be made from recycled objects.
Published on December 11th 2018 by Peyton Derrida