Craft Stick Fairy Doors. This is such a simple, easy project to add magic to the garden. Make a bunch and place them on flower pots and tree trunks!

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Craft Stick Fairy Doors. This is such a simple, easy project to add magic to the garden. Make a bunch and place them on flower pots and tree trunks!

Start attaching-pebbles use hot glue,but if little hands are sticking them down, you can also use a super-strong double-sided tape, such as the type used to lay carpets. It’s entirely up to you how closely you’d like to pack those pebbles, as the grouting you’ll use to finish the effect will fill in any gaps.

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Start attaching-pebbles use hot glue,but if little hands are sticking them down, you can also use a super-strong double-sided tape, such as the type used to lay carpets. It’s entirely up to you how closely you’d like to pack those pebbles, as the grouting you’ll use to finish the effect will fill in any gaps.

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.

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.

Tiny Houses and Gardens Fairy Garden in a Cup by gingerlittle, $68.00

Tiny Houses and Gardens, Fairy Garden in a Cup, Needle Felted

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