DIY miniature garden
Using whimsical fairy garden ideas, women create a sense of childlike magic as some even think that these gardens do in fact supernaturally attract...
Using whimsical fairy garden ideas, women create a sense of childlike magic as some even think that these gardens do in fact supernaturally attract the little spirit beings to their abodes. However, knowing that many women simply look at their DIY fairy garden as a decorative touch or as an accessory to the rest of their home design environment, vast numbers of quality online stores have emerged that provide everything the ladies may want to display a mini-fairy garden.
Summer in The Adirondacks
Simply made with a one planter base and nine tiny fairy accent figurines of hand-painted resin, you’ll long for that special place to get away from it all! With a beautiful, heart-warming tone, your miniature fairy garden comes alive right before your eyes. A perfect fit for a small-size to medium-size outdoor coffee table, you’ll have a hard time stopping your little excursion into the fantasy world of your own creative making. An adorable miniature cottage, fish pond, stepping-stones, fire pit and of course, a couple of Adirondack chairs make this a perfect home decoration anywhere inside or outside your home.
My Tree House
Don’t let broken pots keep you from being creative in bringing to life your beautiful mystical tiny garden. Give your home decor accessory the illusion of climbing up to that childhood place of safety by using each broken section to help visitors reach your imaginary abode. Fairies will especially enjoy reaching the top of your miniature garden and looking down at your uniquely beautiful creation. Easy to assemble, simply use every available open space in your broken tiny garden pot and fill it with small plant cuttings and pebbles. A couple of inquisitive fairies will add a sense of enchantment as well.
Fire Up the Grill
Have you ever wondered what to do with that old, rusted barbecue grill in the backyard? Well, just paint it, gloss it and then go to work with your fairy garden ideas. Yes, you’ll use plenty of furniture figurines and pieces, but your centre piece will end up being the life of your barbecue event. For instance, you can even have tiny ice chests, miniature corn on the cobs and lots more. Really enjoy building this one! You’ll be helping eliminate your carbon footprint by recycling an old piece of junk and making it into something beautiful.
DIY Fairy Garden Tea Party
Charming and exquisitely beautiful are words that best describe this enchanting garden. The perfect piece to go in a corner of your fairy garden or on your kitchen window sill, this one piece of home decor goes with just about any home design or style. Be aware, however, that little fairy garden designs such as these require a good size tea cup. Having gotten one, let your fairy garden ideas and imagination run wild with tiny figurines of furniture like a chair or tiny mushrooms to accent the rest of the tea cup.
A Garden Within Your Garden
Make an enchanting prototype for your backyard area with a mini-garden display such as this one. A tiny outdoor backyard shed centralizes the basic design for this home or outdoor piece. A tiny greenhouse and accompanying umbrella-style clothes hanger lend to the authenticity of this design. Simply mark off your chosen herbs in respective aisles, and you’re set to start using them in your favourite salads. While you’re at it, don’t forget to wrap your garden hose tight, so it won’t unravel to the ground.
Spring Time in The Rockies
A tiny wooden bird house, miniature figures and peat moss are all that you’ll basically need to create this delightful mini-fairy garden. Miniature flowers, pieces of twig and pine cone shingle tiles will help decorate this mesmerizing scene. Whatever you do, remember to add plenty of colour to your Rockies display–you know, fairies love flowers. A beautiful piece of accessory in any home style, this springtime in the Rockies goes well either outdoors under an awning or inside a back-porch area. If you run out of roofing materials, then try using pieces of dead leaves glued on the roof top. Any natural material will do the trick.