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    I was going to make a fairy garden with dd these holidays then over the weekend she recieved a fairy door to put in her room and thought it was such a dumb idea to have just a little door against a wall 😂😂
    So glad I didnt buy all the stuff for xmas!

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    I broke a bracelet that was made from large flat speckled beads and chucked them in a pot plant and called it a fairy garden .

    If you break any jewellery reuse it

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    Default Fairy gardens.

    Quote Originally Posted by SummerFun View Post
    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?
    You can use anything. I've done everything from pots, an ice bucket, wine barrel and even the half clam shell pool!

    Just make sure you get small slow growing plants and don't over plant it. They need space to grow. I meant to post some pics when I was in the computer earlier. Will try to remember tomorrow!


 

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