Learn how to start a fairy garden of your own! Our fairy garden is made from a simple inexpensive wooden birdhouse and natural materials.
Author: Amanda Formaro
Colorful silk flowers
Small artificial birds
Small terra cotta tray
Tiny terra cotta pot
Hot glue gun
Hot glue the pods to the front and sides of the birdhouse.
To make the door snip the ends of several twigs and glue them next to each other over the pods.
Remove the center from one of the colorful silk flowers and glue it on as a doorknob.
Glue moss to the roof eaves, all the way around the house.
Glue moss onto the roof and back of the house.
Finished the bottom ledge of the house with moss as well, covering any exposed wood.
Make a ladder by cutting two twigs at equal lengths and cutting shorter pieces for the rungs then hot glue everything together.
Glue some flowers and a little bird to the house.
To make a bird bath, glue a terra cotta tray to the bottom of a tiny terra cotta pot. Glue one bird to the rim and one inside the bath.
Outside place your house where you want it then push twigs into the ground to look like trees, lean the ladder against the house, position the bird bath, and make a path using pebbles. Fill in any empty spaces with moss.
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