Sunday, 21 June 2015

Fairy Garden Ideas


I've been meaning to do a post on these beauties in ages, and I guess I didn't before because I wanted to do a DIY on them.
If you are interested in a DIY of these gardens, let me know, and I'll cook up something cool!

The pictures that made it in this post are not the best ones online, there are so many is not funny. And all of them are gorgeous.
I just randomly chose some, and hopefully it will inspire you in doing something sweet and nice in your garden.

People tend to think that fairy gardens are just for children, but they are not really.
If you do have children, they are great fun to do with them, and they will love being able to say they have fairy gardens at home.
But also adults like pretty things, and what is cutter than having a miniature garden, which doesn't have to have fairies in it, just a small version of a beautiful garden you dream of having but don't have the space for it maybe.

Check it out:












If you don't have a garden, you can do them inside glass bowls, or plant pots, or if you you don't have enough space on your garden area. They are awesome ideas.

Would you have a fairy garden?
What would it look like?

* These pictures were taken from Pinterest, none of them were creations of my own. I do not know how to make any of these.

11 comments:

  1. Wow! These are so adorable. What a great idea x

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  2. Awh this is such a cute idea.. definitely not just for children either, I know so many adults who'd want to make these x

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  3. Thank you for another fantastic posting. Where else could anyone get that kind of information in such a perfect way of writing? I have a speech next week, and I was looking for more info ;)

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  4. I would love to know the steps to making that purple light up one

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    1. Hi, that is my garden. Instructions can be found here: https://littletudorontheprairie.com/2016/04/30/adding-magical-twinkle-lights-to-the-fairy-garden/

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  5. How was the waterfall created?

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  6. how do you get the water effect on the waterfall? glycerin won't dry fast enough and it doesn't look like you have a pump running through there? so so cute all those little gardens are!

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  7. I love all these fairy gardens, and I think it's time I made one of my own
    So I'll need to get cracking.

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  8. Love the waterfall one and would like instructions if possible. Thanks

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  9. Please let us know how you created the waterfall effect if possible. Thanks so much.

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  10. Did anyone learn how to do the waterfall?

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