Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Fairy Garden

Have an old wheelbarrow? You could make this darling fairy garden. This link shows you step by step how to make one of these with photos of each step. I found this in my Country Garden's magazine. I have a fairy garden but like this idea of rolling this one around the yard. 

This lady on the left shows you how to make this on the link above. Let me know if you design one of these cuties. 

13 comments:

Ann said...

I really like this one. Are you going to make yourself one of these in the wheelbarrow? So cute.
Ann

My Vintage Mending said...

I have been in the yard for three days just doing the front flower pots. The nursery has the sweetest fairy gardens. Perfect in the wheelbarrows. I love baby tears but it is so temperamental. Headed back to the nursery this weekend. I have four pots in the back to fill. Smiles..Renee

vintage grey said...

Such a fun fairly garden!! So creative, and a great way to use a vintage wheelbarrow! Have a great night! xo Heather

MJ said...

I could see this with gnomes too--wouldn't that be adorable?

Terra said...

Brilliant idea to put the fairy garden in the wheel barrow so you can move it around the yard. I like the idea of fairy gardens, maybe one day I will make one.

Jane said...

That's such a clever idea! I love the sweet little fairy garden - might try to make one here!
Jane

Vintage Girl said...

such a cute idea. I did have a wheelbarrow but it rusted through. I love this.

Perfectly Printed said...

What a fun idea!!! Also, I wanted to thank you Nan for the fabric scraps.... I have received them!!

chris

Anita - Soaring Eagle said...

That is very cool! I don't have that "green thumb". I know you could.

SACRAMENTO said...

From snow to fairy land, how wonderful, ahhhhhhhhhhhhh
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Sam I Am...... said...

Oh, I have to make one of those! I love it! I planted stuff in mine last fall but not like that....I need the fairy touch! Thanks for sharing that! Are you going to make one?

Linda Ruthie said...

How fun is that?
I've been away from blogging for a few weeks and I see it will take me a while to catch up. I did read all the way through to the bottom of your page. So many wonderful posts as always .

Amy Junod said...

So cute! I love the miniature of the fairy all comfy in her Adirondack chair. So sweet!

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