Even the least crafty of us can put together a DIY fairy garden that entertains and enchants all who happen by. Plus, this family craft project can come together in just an afternoon and it’s relatively inexpensive to build depending on your DIY aptitude.
Most of the fairy gardens are simply designed and easy to accomplish but the more you add details the more it becomes challenging. You can create various gardens depending on your skills and imagination. Now scroll down to see some of the best fairy garden modelings.
DIY Mason Jar Fairy House
Use air-dry clay and mason jars to make a light-up fairy garden mason jar. Fairies will flock to these little jar houses. There are windows, so you can put a battery-operated tea light.
DIY Terracotta Fairy House Planter
There’s just something about plants that allows a certain amount of childlike wonder and play! If you’re into fairy gardens, you’re going to love this magical DIY fairy house planter tutorial.
It’s got all the fun of ConsumerCrafts miniatures while still being a working planter. Fun and functional? Total win/win!
DIY Solar Powered Fairy House
Learn how to make a DIY solar powered fairy house – perfect for a nightlight or to go in your fairy garden. A great craft for kids and adults alike!
This Solar Light Fairy House is a cute diy and the results really are stunning. This will look adorable in your garden
Recycle Used Tire To Make This DIY Fairy Garden.
This fairy garden is really beautiful with its bright, colorful flowers. The rustic windmill in the middle is gorgeous and unique, as are the petals around the rim, which make the garden look like it was planted at the center of a flower.
DIY Fairy Garden with Blue Glass Stones for a River
DIY Fairy Garden in a Tree Stump
DIY Fairy Garden Nook for Tea Time
DIY Enchanted Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottles
DIY Flower Pot Miniature Fairy Garden
Flower Pot Miniature Fairy Gardens | From terrariums to fairy gardens, putting together mini landscapes combines the beauty of mother nature with imagination and creativity.
There are no rules when it comes to creating these miniature magical worlds. It is truly a project full of ingenuity and fun for any age. The mini living gardens are created with just a few basic supplies and brought to life with the simple addition of mini accessories.
Use natural items and simple craft materials to give your fairy garden an even more naturalistic, woodland look. Let your mind wander, and spend a day helping your kids create their own backyardgarden.
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This is a great craft project that the whole family can work on! And it’s a great way to recycle your cardboard boxes
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