You Can Create Your Very Own Enchanting Fairy Garden With Just A Container, Your Favorite Flowers, And Some Whimsical Accessories: Here’s How

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Whether you’re looking for a creative new hobby to provide an outlet for stress or a whimsical addition to your garden that’s sure to be a talking point, you don’t have to be a believer in folklore to design an enchanting fairy garden.

Fairy gardens are miniature decorative gardens with a theme that tells a story. They are the perfect places for magical fairies, elves, gnomes, trolls, pixies, and sprites to visit.

Build your own fairy garden in a carefully chosen container or in a shady outdoor spot, add tiny flowers and plants, and complete it with cute accessories to create a charming, small-scale scene.

If you don’t really know where to start, we’ve got you covered with this brief guide on how to make a fairy garden.

Choose Your Location

Before creating a miniature scene, you’ll need to pick a spot for it. The location of your fairy garden can be indoors or outdoors. Inside, fairy gardens can include more delicate details.

They can be made in bowls, terrariums, or old jewelry boxes that sit on a windowsill. Outside, you can incorporate elements such as water features, concrete bird baths, and tree stumps.

Choose Your Theme

In order to determine what plants and accessories to include in your fairy garden, you’ll need to select a theme to narrow down your choices. It will make the process much less costly and time-consuming by helping you stay on track, resulting in a garden with a cohesive look.

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