My First Fairy Garden Doors

February 24th, 2013

I was so impressed with how great popsicle stick fairy doors look, I had to try it myself. What I didn’t know is that they’re quick easy projects you can do with your kids. Very satisfying without too much time and effort. Fairy Garden Tools I gathered stuff from around the house… found the old popsicle sticks, raided the sewing tins and junk drawers for buttons, thumbtacks, jewelry. After my first two, a ‘fairy door shoebox’ filled with tools and…

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Fairy Garden Firepit, no way!

January 12th, 2013

Im so stoked about this Source: amazon.com via Trisha on Pinterest We’re SERIOUS fire people here, so for us, this must be king of all fairy garden accessories. Ideas are FLOODING in. I want to have a REAL fire in this pit, but the item here (amazon) is made of resin, which would melt faster than a popsicle on a hundred degree day. So I think it would call for concrete construction. Something this small, you’d be feeding it little…

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Broken pots turned into a fairy’s paradise!

January 11th, 2013

Source: hometalk.com via Kathy on Pinterest       After finding this most amazing use of broken pots I am now convinced they are meant for fairy gardens.  Good thing I left a bunch of my pots out this year, maybe some will break!  Well, you know how that goes, the one time you want a few pots to break over winter, its not going to happen!  Even if they don’t break we will be out there amnesty day, this…

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All these great fairy garden ideas, in one place

January 9th, 2013

This should keep us busy for a WHILE. such beautiful stuff! Source: ww2.sinaimg.cn via Jan on Pinterest

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Clay Fairy Houses – made by my son!

January 9th, 2013

These fairy houses were hand crafted by my 17 year old son in his ceramics class. You can imagine my delight when my son called during the school day ‘hey ma, im in ceramics class, what do you want’. The urge to rattle off a huge list was a struggle, but i managed to keep it at a fairy house and some mushrooms. I asked him not to glaze them, so I can eventually grow some chia seeds on them….

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