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Have you heard of fairy gardens? The basic idea is that you reserve a spot in the garden–or your home–for fairies. It’s a whimsical take on the art of miniature gardening. And guess what? It’s the perfect way to help kids develop a green thumb!
Not only are these gardens fun for kids, it’s a great excuse for adults to use their creativity, too. In fact, I think it would be awesome to put together a fairy garden with my kids this Mother’s Day! If that appeals to you, too, then check out these great ideas I found for different ways to put together a fairy garden. Most can be made with items you probably already have in your home and yard!
Try Making A Fairy Garden!
Fairy Garden in a Birdbath at Curly Crafty Mom
Raised Play Garden Just for Kids from Inner Child Fun
Mini Garden in a Tub at The Burgh Baby
Fairy Garden Furniture Made by Kids at See Jamie Blog
Tabletop Fairy Garden at The Inspired Room
Grandma’s Indoor Fairy Garden at Unskinny Boppy
Snail Shell Pots for Miniature Gardens at Rad Megan
Fairy Garden Under a Tree at The Knitted Garden
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