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    Default Fairy gardens.

    Now that my vege garden is moving along nicely, I have considered slowly buying bits and pieces to make a fairy town in it. The plans is to just stow stuff away and then build it slowly so it's like fairies are moving in. My kids will love it I'm sure.

    Anyway, does anyone here have one? I would love to see them.

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    Default Fairy gardens.

    I don't have one in the garden, but I did make one for my DD's 4th birthday this year, I'll see if I can find pics.

    Eta: Found the pics, but they're not that great to see, however there's glow in the dark rocks, the fairy house glows, little mushrooms and fairies, glow sand, a 'believe' sign etc. The next one I'll do will be outside in the garden.

    There's a local business in Qld who makes the cutest accessories etc, super cute.
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    We have had two. Bunnings have quite nice stuff to get started.

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    I got DD one for her birthday. We set it up in a corner of the garden. She enjoyed putting it together. We'll add more bits and pieces in time
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    I LOVE fairy gardens!

    When I put this one in DD was probably only 2 or 3. I didn't tell her, I just waited for her to find it. She sat quietly and watched for ages waiting for the fairies.
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    This was a quick one I did recently.
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    This was our first fairy garden

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    I love fairy gardens so much I sell the bits to make your own! I don't have any pics on my iPad, but I've made 3 at home and a few for clients. The kids just love our ones and I also have a door inside. So cute to see them using their imagination playing pretend in the garden.
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    These are fantastic. I love them all. I'm still deciding what "style" I want to go for

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    This is the garden I intend to put it in. And the other two at the back too once we get them going

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    I want to make one for DDs birthday but I need to find a big pot or something, I have quite a collection of 'bits' so the pot will need to be wide, any ideas?


 

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