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I’m re-doing my garden at the moment and I really want to turn it into a pretty little fairy garden for my little miss. Does anyone have any ideas or tips that would help? Thanks

Posted by nelly264, 3rd March 2014

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  • Have a look on ebay for small, inexpensive garden figurines.

  • Rock painting and then the kids can take some ownership over the designs. Little wooden continers for mini water wells.

  • You can buy fairy doors online, they make it extra cute!

  • Toadstools, those big red ones with white spots. Rings of flowers. A fairy alter, where you leave offerings for the dairies and they leave a gift. Lots of sparkle and glitter. Lots of pinks and purples. Let your imagination run riot. Ask your little miss for ideas, I’m sure she’s got some and would love to help

  • Fairy doors .. fairy balcony’s … fairy furniture…. and some fairies!

  • A fairy door, toadstools, lambs ears (the plant),

  • Also; there is a project for fairy doors in the arts and crafts section.

  • Thanks for asking this question; some great answers and inspiration.

  • make a path! so cute! put in little lights! check out pinterest for some great ideas

  • Go to Bunnings Warehouse for advice. Thank you.

  • there were some good ideas in the Arts and Crafts sections for making toadstools, fairy doors and even painting rocks/pebbles that would work well

  • do a google search, you can actually buy some cute little fairy doors these days

  • try looking at Pinterest :)

  • I found this in an email I received, and thought of you straight away. Check out the article on this website, they have some brilliant stuff.


  • A bit of imagination will go a long way. Take your daughter shopping to one of the cheap “$2″ stores like cheap as Chips or the Reject Shop and buy some little ornaments and fairy things to go in the garden. Check out garden stores like Bunnings for plants that are pretty and easy to grow, preferably with flowers all year round. Solar garden lights look great either side of the path too.

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