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There are tons of ideas out there, and kids are often amazingly innovative. I’m always surprised at the inspired ideas my kids come up with for pretend play and creative activities. Fairy gardening helps them stretch their imaginations and have fun. Alea at Premeditated Leftovers shared a bright, cheerful birdhouse homemade fairy garden for kids . Birdhouses are great bases for fairy houses. I used a pair of cute wooden houses to make my simple concrete fairy homes (which may be a “mom-involved-project”).
My kids and I made these clay pot toadstool fairy houses this summer and they LOVED painting the pots! Easy Birdhouse Fairy Garden for Kids You can even name your fairies after the characters from “Pixie Hollow” if you want to get creative. 7. Dreamland Village These simple tiny fairy homes are made of polymer clay , as explained in an easy-to-follow tutorial for kids. If your kiddos are getting savvy with polymer clay building, they will love taking it to the next level by making adorable fairy houses. These are charming and colorful—perfect fairy garden accessories for kids! Paper Gnome HousesHere is a list of fairy village names that will have you dreaming about sugar plum fairies. 1. Fairy Tale Town For more unique names think about all of the characters you know (both real-life people or fictional ones) and think of things that remind you of them.
A fairy garden is essentially an organic arrangement with miniaturised features, often including a sculpture or decorative pieces to look like a tiny, “fairy-sized” home. Fairy garden ideas can span from a single planter or terrarium, to an entire miniature village across the whole of your garden space. If you’re ready to set your kids loose on a fairy garden building spree, here are 35 fun DIY fairy garden ideas for kids to inspire your next great project.Take a look at your favorite places and see if any of them would make a good name for your village. Of course, I also think the no rules kind of theme is great too… let them put WHATEVER they want into their gardens! You’ll be amazed at what they come up with! Rubbermaid Bin Container Garden
No matter what type of fairy village you are creating, the name will help set the tone for your story. This name sounds magical and wonderful that will fit any fairy village perfectly. 17. The Garden of Enchantment Kids can paint their fairy accessories after they harden! Make Fairy Garden Paths and Waterways with Decorative Marbles + Stones
An abundance of flowers creates a stunning carpet for your fairy garden ideas. At first glance, this might look like a normal flower bed, but look closer and you’ll see heaps of fair garden features. I recommend taking a look at the full post for close-ups of all the details! 16. Butterfly gardening Most of us won’t see a fairy… so butterflies are the next best thing! Take a look at our butterfly gardening tips for ways to encourage butterflies into your garden. They tend to like busy, cottage-style gardens that are overflowing with nectar-rich flowers. Enjoy Your Fairy Garden! You can always change it later on down the line as long as you have thought through some possibilities ahead of time.