She put her's in a large planter that she could move around.  She searched for just the right container so that her kids could get all around it and play - such a great idea!
I know my girls could really have fun with this so I'm letting go of my fears of being a plant killer and when school gets out next week, we are taking on a fairy garden as one of our little projects. Once you’ve decided upon your accessories for the garden, it’ll be easier to decide about the plants.      Look for dwarf or miniature types that have compatible light and water requirements. A well-designed landscape will not only create a striking appearance, but will increase the value of your property. Overall you would be crazy not to try this store out whether it be for flowers or their vegetables or pumpkins. Enter Our Contest!If you think you have an eye for photography, love nature, and want some sweet Pahl's merchandise, enter Pahl's Something For Every Season Photo Contest!
Make a beautiful, magical fairy garden with your child to encourage imaginative play and story telling! This idea has been on our to-do list for a long time and finally, when the sun was still shining (remember that, UK folks?!) we had a go at making our own fairy garden for outdoor play times. I actually bought the supplies for this while Cakie had chicken pox, as a special surprise for us to do together. We pushed the piece of our Christmas tree into the soil to make a pretend tree stump which can be used as a fairy meeting place.
Cakie then made a path way amongst all the elements using some small pebbles and added a few flowers from the garden for decoration! Cakie wanted to give them a real house to live in so we found one more bird house from her 3rd birthday fairy party and it made the perfect addition in amongst the flowers.
I thought your young gardeners would enjoy an gardening adventure, growing the TickleMe Plant (Mimosa pudica).
If you want to give your young gardeners an experience they will never forget, consider having them grow a TickleMe Plant. The birds will usually not start eating out of a new bird feeder for 2 or 3 days, so just have some patience. Plastic stepping stone mold: You can find this in a wide variety of shapes at any craft supply store or online for less than $5. Quick-setting concrete: The most cost-effective option is to purchase a standard 50-pound bag of quick-set concrete for about $4 at your local hardware or home improvement supply store.
Create a yin-yang pattern using small smooth river rocks in contrasting light and dark colors. Smash up a few colorful mismatched dishes or decorative tiles, then create a mosaic from the pieces.
Shields, just north of Trilby, has (in the past, I haven't been there in a while) a large fairy garden inside with lots of ideas.
Their clothes are made of flowers, making them hard to see in the garden.  They delight in exploring our gardens at night as they amuse themselves by playing, moving and hiding things there!   Some believe that if you watch carefully, you might see them dancing with the fireflies!

Imagine all the things you’d love to have in your own garden, if you could.  Putting those things in a miniature garden is much easier! Pahl’s Market employs a highly trained staff dedicated to making your landscaping experience enjoyable. There is always helpful staff around to answer questions and point me in the right direction. It could be a creative surprise for your children, and it would be a very surprising to tell them that you are building a new home for Tinkerbell.
They give the impression that tiny creatures are living there and they’re wrapped in this magical aura which makes them super interesting and cute. She was thrilled to have another patch of garden to call her own (to add to her Play Garden and Vegetable Patch) and was particularly excited to have flowers to care for. We can learn about weeding as well, as our fairy garden is a bit overgrown and needs tending before the fairies can live there! Here are some of my favorite ideas for activities to do with children that get everyone outside.
Make and decorate a colorful kite.  Making a kite really isn’t that difficult and children love building things and then seeing how they work. Cut a circle from insect screening that will fit over the jar with enough to fold over the edge. Let your child put dirt, grass, sticks, or whatever they want to make a little home for their bug pals.
Hang it off a tree branch in your yard, hopefully somewhere the kids can easily see birds visiting! Protect your deck, driveway or lawn from concrete by spreading old newspaper or a thick drop cloth over a large work area. Coat mold with cooking spray or petroleum jelly to prevent the concrete from sticking after it dries. Mix water into concrete mix, a small amount at a time, until it resembles the consistency of very thick cake batter. Let your kids personalize the surface of their stone with handprints, their names or other decorations. Once your child is satisfied with his or her creation, let the stone dry in a safe, covered spot overnight. Container fairy gardens are very popular since they can be displayed outdoors in the growing season and brought indoors during the winter months.
Flowering plants are always welcome try sweet alyssum, Mexican heather or violas.  Houseplants such as waffle plant, pepperomia, pink splash or small ferns are easy to grow and maintain.
She has now told me that she’s taking away the toy fairies so that the real fairies can arrive! Children will love creating it and they can continue to play pretend with it in the garden!

I know I used to love catching bugs and making them little homes in a jar when I was a kid. They sell kits at craft stores that come with everything you need but you can also put yours together yourself.
If your mold is sturdy enough, carefully lift the stone and tap it gently a few times (as you would a cake) to help smooth the surface and release any hidden air bubbles. Wet concrete is surprisingly easy to work with, and any “mistakes” can be easily corrected and re-worked. Once the stone is completely dry, carefully pop it out of the mold and let it cure another 5 to 7 days before using it as a stepping stone. The belief in the existence of such creatures is, of course, up to you and your imagination, but there is no doubt that fairy gardens are a fun gardening project! A bridge crossing over your pool would be nice.  A garden path can be built with small pebbles.
We also received Von Hanson’s meat and Great Harvest bread four times each throughout the season.
But take note that many of these garden creations are delicately arranged, so if you set them under your eaves you should contact DePalma Construction to be sure that your gutters are clean and in good shape so that your fairy garden is not destroyed by a stormy waterfall.
Make this jar with your child to encourage exploration of nature and caring for a small creature.
Remember this is a garden of whimsy, have fun choosing and arranging the plants to your liking! Your front yard landscape has never looked better.View in galleryIn a fairy garden, everything has to be tiny and made of natural materials.
So if you want to make a table, use a mini tree stump and a slice of wood.View in galleryThe colorful banner is a lovely addition. What a whimsical decoration for the garden.View in galleryYou can use any kind of old container to create the fairy garden.
The furniture looks just like what you use on your own patio but smaller.View in galleryAn old bowl can be repurposed and transformed into a mini garden with a tiny fairy swing.
It’s a lovely idea and you can let the kids take care of the project or you can have fun designing it yourself. Place a terra cotta pot on its side and sqeeze everything inside.View in gallery Broken pots can be used too.
The smaller pot at the top can be the house that sits on a cliff, surrounded by vegetation.View in galleryTwo or more pots can be combined in all sorts of interesting ways.

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