How to Build a Fairy Garden for Spring

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My cute neighbor brought by a little fairy garden for me not too long ago. It was such a nice surprise to my day, and it's such a fun idea for Spring too. Whether you want to create a fairy garden inside, or make one outside, it's a great way to welcome Spring, and have fun with your kids, too! 
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Start Small

A fairy garden isn't something just for kids. I love my little fairy gnome garden. You can start small by filling a  glass planter  with rocks, a  fairy figurine , and some dirt. It really doesn't have to be an expensive project to be magical. 
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Use a Starter Kit

You can buy a  fairy garden starter kit  if you aren't sure where to start! This is a great idea if you're just getting started on creating your garden. And, they are the perfect size to keep indoors or out. 
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Gather Your Own Rocks

A fairy garden isn't complete without some pretty fairy garden rocks  . Have fun with your kids by going on a rock hunt to gather rocks for your garden. Moss covered rocks   are a fun idea to make a fairy garden come to life, but really any kind of rock will do. Building it with your kids will make it more exciting for them. 
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Build a Tiny House

A fairy garden isn't complete without a  fairy house . You could build your own using small objects you find around your house. You could also use a mini wood bird house  and then decorate it with paint and twigs. Use your imagination to build a tiny house your fairy will love. 
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Don't Forget To Add The Fairies

A fairy garden is what you make of it. It can be a great gift for a friend, or a fun activity you can enjoy with your kids building it slowly over time. Adding fairy figurines  to the garden will make it extra special.
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Miniature Magic

I love the idea of building a magical place in your backyard that the kids can re-visit over and over. And, that's exactly what a fairy garden is! You can add fairy garden accessories over time that will build your garden into a place your kids (and you) love to visit. Add fairy garden animals signs , and   tiny fences . The sky is the limit to creating a fairy garden you and your kids will love! 
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