If you’re not the ‘diy crafty person’ then coming up with fun ideas for your kids to engage in during their spare time might seem a bit of a task. Kids love to act out in reality what they see on T.V, which is why constructing a fairy garden with them would be an adventure you both won’t want to pass up. The best part is, there would be no need to spend a dime or go out of your way to accumulate the materials because everything would already be at your disposal.
The project itself takes little effort, that is if you’re not planning to make a garden as seen in #11 picture of this article. Look around your home for simple unused items like a wheelbarrow, a bucket, box or plant pot. If you don’t want to work within a confined space, then consider building a miniature wall or picket fence. Then again, a hammer, some nails and some small planks of wood can be just the thing you need on a tight budget.
When deciding on what the outline of your fairy garden should look like, consider the origin of these mythical creatures. It is said that in ancient times, these Fae were regarded as deities. With this in mind, a garden depicting a royal setting would seem well in place as would dressing up each doll to look like royalty. Nothing looks more beautiful than a terrarium with miniature furniture and plants looking like a magical world created and set aside from reality. Establishing this would requires patient and delicate hands, free time, but most all, a fun-loving passionate desire for creative innovations as such.
A fairy garden can be designed with a specific accessory as the center of attraction or it can be decorated with a myriad of tiny handmade or bought creations laid out beauteously with a color scheme and fanciful theme.Whatever your choice of gardens to design either for your kids or your own playful pleasure, with a little compromise and creativity, anything is possible. Allow these 16 do-it-yourself fairy garden ideas to resonate on your minds for the purpose of inspiration and information.
#1 Ponder on fabricating a quizzical ambiance in a plant pot with mix of yellow and lilac and a touch of pink and blue
#2 loose yourself in tiny details for infinite complexity
#3 Create a fairy garden out of a cut out tree trunk filled with gnomes shrubs and miniature fences
#4 create a replica of your own home and yard
#5 Realize a miniature garden for kids can be made in a wheel barrow with manure and pebbles
#6 create a miniature japanese garden
#7 use a wooden barrel as your base
#8 a gorgeous flower fairy garden
#9 a complex miniature garden realized indoors
#10 a miniature tree house in an actual tree
#11 a very intricate fairy garden design
#12 Consider crafting a small castle with white picket fences fairies and a ladder from a large broken pot plant
#13 Imagine a whimsical Fae setting with glowing lights lilac flowers and a stone house
#14 a simple elegant fairy garden with a stone bridge
#15 Envision A fantasy garden for kids made in a basket laden with little plants a mini cottage and toy chairs
#16 understand that a box could serve as a great idea for a play garden with fresh manure colorful flowers and bright green foliage
Have you ever considered creating a fairy garden with or for your little one? Feel free to share your ideas an down projects with us in the comment section below.