7. Broken Pottery Fairy Garden
There is an entire niche dedicated to broken pot fairy gardens so we had to include one here. Instead of tossing your broken clay pots, reuse them to create a whimsical fairy garden! I will say, that if you have young children, keeping shards of terra cotta pots at a low level may not be a good idea because they can be sharp! Otherwise, this adorable garden is such a fun way to make a fairy haven.
You can find 21 more ideas for cute fairy gardens over at MeCraftsman.com!
8. Bird Bath Fairy Garden
I feel like I see more abandoned bird bath’s then working ones, so this idea to convert one into fairy garden is genius! And although it may be small, this little garden packs a lot of punch! There’s more fairy decor than actual live plants, but it’s still super sweet and adorable.
Check out 99Architecture.com for 98 more ideas for making your own fairy garden!
9. Mini Succulent Fairy Garden
I live in California and we don’t keep plants alive very well here because of our hot weather. That’s why you’ll see succulents wherever you go and that’s why I love this mini fairy garden. It uses one larger clay pot that acts like a tray, and then three small pedestals to give the garden some dimension. I also really love that the garden is very simple and not overloaded with fairy furniture!
Check out CoolCreativity.com for 7 more fairy garden ideas!
10. Tri-Level Fairy Garden
Just because they’re small, doesn’t mean that fairies don’t need space to stretch out! This adorable tri-level fairy garden is a great way to add height to a corner or front porch area, without putting in bulky bushes. I love how this version also uses some pops of color amidst the normal greenery and fairy decor.
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