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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

DIY: Fairy Garden House and Miniatures!

 DIY: Fairy Garden House and Miniatures!
This fairy garden was so fun to make!
I received the special paint from Plaid Crafts.
You will need:
Paint, rocks, Big pot, plants, fun fairy pieces and a bird or fairy house.
I made my own with scrap wood.
I love how it's smaller at the bottom than the top.
I left the house open so that things could be added to it, like a hammock upstairs
and a table and chairs downstairs.
You'll want this fantastic paint too--Painted Finishes!
I used the concrete finish and the moss finish.
I love how it looks like it was made with concrete...it's textured too!
Then I added the moss to the edges.
There's a light green and a bright green...they look so perfect together.
I love the 2 step painting technique!
I made a little arched door out of polymer clay.
It doesn't open, just glued to the side to look cute.
We got a large planting pot and filled it with wood pieces to take up most of the space and
as drainage.  It will decompose and compact over time, but that's okay.
 Then set the house right on top!
It's huge, but I love it!
 Add pebbles for trails, plants and moss and I used the pots and succulents from this post
to add color, height and fun!
 I had little pieces like the bench and mushrooms from this mini fairy garden I did last year.
And I added a little Totoro because it's fun.
Cute, right!?
Easy to spray with a spray bottle of water once a week.
 It's on my front porch just waiting for fairy visitors!
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This is a great kids craft for summertime!



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