How to build a Fairy Garden on a Budget Step by Step
So after browsing Pinterest for several more day's.... I mean hour's all in the name of research of course. I thought it was a do-able task. I had to make a Pinterest board on Fairy garden ideas of course (You can find it here: Fairy Garden Ideas ) so that I could have it on hand for eye candy / reference. So Madison, and I were well on our way to our magical fairy garden.
Step 9 photo
Step 9 a photo of gazebo plate
We also planted some blue flower's on each side of the gate., and some more moss like grass on either side of the path.
Now this is where you get to start adding furniture, and fairies, or gnomes! We have not added any Fairies yet to our garden as Madison is still trying to decide which faires she want's to put where. The gnomes were purchased at Dollar General, and were $1.00 each. You can see she also added a piece of mulch to look like a chimney to the roof of the house..
Step 11 b more gnomes
I hope we have inspired you to make your own Fairy Garden. We are still not finished with our's, and have lot's of plant's left over just waiting to be added to the lower portion of our garden.
Galvanized tub, or your choice of container, news paper, garden soil, large border rocks, or landscaping bricks,
Gnomes, some of the "Welcome to my Garden"signs
Gravel, word printed rocks, solar lights, fake succulents-(real succulents came from Lowes),
Goodwill - Plates, bust, Ikea drawer dividers, incense burner, flower paperweight. Till next time! Love Penny