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Backyard fairy garden Other ideas fairy garden should have: House or door on tree trunk Furniture made of twigs moss Stone path Fence made of sticks Clothesline with tiny clothes pins holding up leaves Succulents or tiny bush that looks like pine tree Thimbles and buttons and bottle caps and acorn caps for dishes on a table A few fake mushrooms Bridge over river of stones Sparkly glass stones

* Children's Backyard Fairy Garden

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Plant a fairy garden in an old washtub, birdbath or wagon. On my to-do list- I've seen somewhere where they use recycled bottles to make fairy houses this could be cute too. Love the fences in this one.

Plant a fairy garden in an old washtub, birdbath or wagon. On my to-do list- I've seen somewhere where they use recycled bottles to make fairy houses this could be cute too and maybe stimulate some imaginative play/t

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Fairy garden with solar twinkle lights. Plants include baby's tears, ageratum, allysum, lobelia, mini variegated olive tree, Irish moss (as the grass), sedum (as the baby cabbages), Isotoma Laurentia, Leptinella, and wire vine climbing up the arbor. Drip irrigation is inserted in the miniature planters to keep the lobelia hydrated.

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How To Make A Fairy Garden - 2012 This is a really good idea for creative play for a child, and it kind of makes me want to be 7 years old again. :)

How To Make A Kid-Friendly Fairy Garden - The Magic Onions

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Not sure my trees will ever be big enough for this but what a fab idea.....A gnomes home!

Saints and Spinners: Gnome Home

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Magazine Art Bowl: Blow up a balloon. Cut strips of magazines, fold in half. Roll up and glue to balloon. When all dry, pop balloon.

Magazine Art Bowl: Blow up a balloon. Cut strips of magazines, fold in half. Roll up and glue to balloon. When all dry, pop balloon.

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