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Faux Fairy Garden Planter

Aug 15, 2016 By jencraftomaniac
Faux Fairy Garden Planter

Hello, Jo-Ann fans, Jen back from Craft-O-Maniac. Today I am sharing a fairy garden, something that is so darn fun and sweet. First things first, we named our sweet fairy LuLa. Hearing all my younger three kids wish they could shrink and live in the house, my boys wanting to be boy fairies, and my five years old sitting on the floor just staring and staring… made this 15-20 minute project so worth it. I have to say it has been one of my favorite projects to date. I got everything from Jo-Ann minus the potting soil. As the title mentions this is a “Faux Fairy Garden Planter” so you don’t have to worry about killing the plants, tearing the whole thing apart if the plants die etc. I picked out some faux flowers and plants from Jo-Ann and made this an indoor/outdoor fairy garden. LOVE.

Let’s take a look at what I used and how it all came together.

Supplies and Before.
Fairy house
Chair
• Swing set with fairy (available in-stores)
Planter
• Soil
Faux grennery
Pebbles
Pinwheel
Mini potted plant
Mini flower
• Mini hanging planter (available in-stores)
• Decorative sand
• Mini wood rounds 
Fire pit

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Planter and faux plants.

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Poured soil, added plants and fairy house.

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fairy garden planter

Now LuLa’s landscaped yard. Ha!

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fairy garden planter

fairy garden planter

fairy garden planter

fairy garden planter

There is really no wrong or right way to create a fairy garden. As long as you have some plants, a house, a fairy, and some extra little pieces, you have a fairy garden.

fairy garden planter

fairy garden planter

fairy garden planter

fairy garden planter

Thanks for letting me visit Jo-Ann.
Jen

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