Making a Mini Fairy Garden
Mini fairy gardens are a popular way to plant a container garden, decorating it with figurines and items to complete your fairy's garden. This is a guide about making a mini fairy garden.
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A clay pot, a few plants, a 25 cent fairy from Goodwill, some potting soil, Popsicle sticks for a fence and some fairy garden items from a craft store and the result is a cute little fairy garden which was fun and easy to make! I plan on doing it again this spring. Some people like to make gnome gardens. This would also be a cute gift for Mother's Day, made with love.
I wanted to create a miniature fairy garden. I want to start out on a small scale and graduate to larger sizes. This one can be an indoor or outdoor display. I createdg this piece with a 3 inch pot.
Total Time: 1 hour
- 1 inch pot
- filler foam, rocks, etc.
- fairy figures
- outdoor pieces (optional)
- glue gun
- flowers (optional)
- Take your filler (foam or dirt) and fill your pot.
- I took moss I had on hand and cut to size for the top of my pot.
- With my hot glue gun, I went around the rim of the pot, then placed my cut moss on top, pressing to secure.
- Now its time for decorating. Hot glue the cottage in place. Create a pebble rock walkway, add tree branches from outdoors, and fake flowers using hot glue to give this fairy garden the look of small cherry blossoms throughout.
- This is a miniature as shown next to a coffee cup!