Pages

9.22.2015

DIY Fairy Garden

DIY Fairy Garden

Gearing up for a Fairy Themed
Birthday party and I thought the best gift to give the
Birthday Girl would be here very own Fairy Garden!

I asked my handy hubby to build me a tray and he 
whipped up this sweet little one with a scrap piece of
wood & a piece of trim. No time to fill the nail holes
before the party but time enough to put it all together!

DIY Fairy Garden

I had collected some acorn tops and mossy bits of 
tree bark on a bike ride through the woods. A fairy
holding a fox was found at A.C.Moore, along with a
bag of moss (more on the plastic side so it wouldn't 
make a huge mess once finished)

DIY Fairy Garden

I started gluing the moss down piece by piece using
hot glue and filled in any empty spots with smaller
pieces. I used the entire bag of moss for 
this project, since I wanted the moss to look 
gloriously green and full.

DIY Fairy Garden

I placed the fairy on top of the moss and arranged 
the bits of nature I found in the woods. 
I'm not sure who loved it more, the Birthday Girl
or her Mama!

DIY Fairy Garden

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Please see my linky party list (above)
to see where I've added my DIY
Fairy Garden and join in the fun!

4 comments:

  1. Hi,
    I love your fairy garden. Thanks for sharing the nice tutorial to make one.
    Julie at Julie's Lifestyle

    ReplyDelete
  2. How sweet is this little fairy garden? My granddaughter had a fairy birthday party when she was 3. Best wishes, Linda @Crafts a la mode

    ReplyDelete
  3. Good Evening Dawn!! Just popping in to let you know your post has been picked as a feature at the Welcome Home Wednesday Link Party! Stop by tomorrow morning to see your feature and link up! Don't forget to grab your "Featured Button" too!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Aw this is too cute, I'm sure your little one loved it as much as you did! Thanks for linking up at Welcome Home Wednesday :)

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for the comment sunshine! :)

If you are a no-comment blogger, leave
your email so I can reply back!