14 Magical Fairy Gardens You Can MakeMay 15, 2017 / byLiz / Categories : Feeds
Fairy gardens are so much fun! The possibilities for these enchanting little gardens are endless. You can make them entirely yourself or buy some of the parts already made. They can be so small they fit in a pot or take up a huge spot under a backyard tree. It’s totally up to you.
My favorite ideas are right here – hopefully these can inspire your new DIY fairy garden!
14 Magical Fairy Gardens You Can Make
Here is a simple way to start your own fairy garden with a basic wooden bird house. via Crafts by Amanda
Add a waterfall to your garden made out of hot glue! via Happiness Is Crafting
Make a tiny bench out of craft sticks! via Meatloaf and Melodrama
Grab a tiny fairy teepee from this awesome Etsy shop.
Or a babbling river!
Get a tire from a broken toy truck to make your fairy their own tire swing. via Happiness Is Homemade
Here is an idea for finding the very best (and least expensive) fairy garden accessories! via Mom of the Year
This one is so fun! Total spent on this was under $40 as most of it is all handmade. via Mommy Moment
Use an old bird bath for the home of your new fairy garden. via Curly Crafty Mom
Or a tea cup! This tiny fairy garden is precious. via Life is a Party
Turn a normal planter into a secret fairy garden with this fun craft. via Crafts Unleashed
This fairy garden inside a fish bowl is perfect to keep inside the house. via Be A Fun Mum
Head for the beach and set up camp in the sun. This beach theme garden is my favorite! via Joann
And finally, if fairies aren’t your thing, check out this dinosaur garden! via The Imagination Tree
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