You probably know by now that I’m a big fan of fairy gardens. I really love making them, and I’m always so happy with how they turn out. Lately, I’ve been searching for inspiration for my next big fairy garden project, as a result, I found plenty of great fairy garden ideas!
27 Fairy House and Fairy Garden Ideas for Inspiration
I searched high and low for all of the best fairy garden ideas out there, and I was not disappointed. Not all of these images come with a tutorial, but they gave me inspiration all the same. In addition, there are plenty of opportunities for the kids to get involved too! I’m ready to start on the next one.
Enchanting Fairy Doors
I think it’s so charming when people decorate trees with small doors! It looks like actual fairies live in the trees. A couple of these fairy garden ideas went above and beyond with little paths and fancily shaped doors.
- This cute fairy door was made from craft sticks and comes from Danya Banya
- If you’re looking for a fun fairy door the kids will love to make, check out these from Fireflies and Mudpies
- Here’s another sweet fairy door made from craft sticks, making it a great kid’s craft from Messy Little Monster
- I was unable to find the direct source for this fourth fairy door, I’m guessing it was from a product catalog. This demonstrates how you don’t have to make everything yourself, you can purchase fairy garden accessories and create your own magic.
- I love the steps made from flat rocks or slate and the darling little tiny clay pots. This is another photo without a direct source, though it’s probably from a catalog.
- This adorable fairy door in a tree was made from twigs from The Magic Onions – there are lots of fairy garden ideas here, just look at all the tiny details!
- Here’s an adorable fairy door and garden from The Knitted Garden – I love the use of moss here to keep the natural elements throughout the fairy garden.
- I’m loving this simple under the stairs fairy door. We, unfortunately, aren’t able to find the source any longer for this cute craft.
- This darling fairy door actually has a little deck and stairs, though I was unable to find the photo source.
- Again, this last one is most likely from a catalog as the door and windows are clearly purchased items not something that someone made. But they would be easy to make, don’t you think?
Fairy Garden and Fairy House Tutorials
I have loved everything about fairy gardens for several years and am constantly amazed by the creativity that goes into every piece. We all take a similar idea and turn it into our own unique project.
- In this post, I show you How to Start a Fairy Garden. I used moss on the roof and throughout the garden.
- This cute fairy garden is contained in a pot and has a sweet little ladder made from miniature popsicle sticks from Buggy and Buddy.
- A year after creating my fairy garden, I revamped the roof with pebbles and planted succulents all around it. Here is this year’s Fairy House and Garden.
- This project is fun and uses many living elements, a great project to do with your kids from Jenny at Dapper Home.
- This container garden adds a bit of fairy magic with blue crystals from Rhythms of Play.
- You can turn a small planter of succulents into a cute little fairy forest from Arts Crackers.
- I love this mini patio garden from Garden Therapy, a great place for fairies to hang out.
- If you are a Lord of the Rings fan, this miniature hobbit house is the project for you. Though we can’t seem to find the original post for this hobbit house anymore, you can check out the blog its originally from, she has lots of great garden ideas and tips to share! From Empress of Dirt.
- I’ll show you how to make a Pumpkin Fairy House that’s perfect for fall and Halloween!
- The woman who made this gorgeous fairy house used a gourd and pinecone tines. From A Little Fur in the Paint.
- If you love fairy gardens and mason jars this Fairy Garden Mason Jar Terrarium is perfect for you!
Fairy Garden and Fairy House Inspiration
While none of these houses have a tutorial, they are a wonderful source of crafty inspiration. Some look a little more difficult than others, but for me crafting is relaxing. When I am working on the details, it takes me away from all the chaos that might be in my life and puts me in a zen state.
- It looks like whoever made this gorgeous fairy castle (source unknown) may have constructed it from birch stumps!
- Whoever made this nature-inspired house used branches and pinecones as the main materials (source unknown).
- Here’s a whimsical twig fairy house nestled in what may be an herb garden from Flowers and Weeds
- Large doors made from twigs envelop this tiny A-frame fairy house. Also, I’m loving the moss roof and what looks like a pebble floor. (source unknown)
- Nestled in what appears to be a galvanized tray, this adorable fairy garden could definitely be made at home – source Mystic Mountain Arts
- I think this unique two-story fairy house resembles an old-fashioned dollhouse, from Brooke Kelly Art – we can no longer find a link for this.
- A true artist made this gorgeous three-story fairy tower from pebbles, oak, and slate from Enchanted Cottages
Fairy Garden Kits and Accessories
Many people enjoy creating fairy gardens without having to actually make all the little pieces and parts. There are tons of fairy garden kits available as well as individual accessories. There are SO MANY fairy garden kits on Etsy you’ll definitely want to check out. When you’re thinking of fairy garden ideas, don’t forget the accessories!
- What would a fairy garden be without a fairy? This adorable little set includes a pretty fairy and her chair as well as some woodland friends.
- Just imagine how cute this furniture set would look in your new fairy garden!
- A fairy garden would not be complete without a large selection of toadstools on display.
- I have this exact twig chair in my fairy garden this year, it looks so cute!
- Just imagine this darling set of miniature garden tools in your fairy garden!
I hope you found tons of great ideas in this list because I know I did. Seems like I’m ready to get back out there and build some houses for fairies!
This roundup was originally published on this blog on July 24, 2016.