Added by on 2017-08-24

Here is our original DIY Fairy Garden video “How to Make a Fairy Garden” : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyVv6IcxEco This year, our Fairy Garden took just minutes to put together. We planted perennial plants last year, so we only have to add our little fairy houses and accessories to make the space a magical Fairy Garden in minutes. I hope you get some ideas and inspiration for your own backyard Fairy Garden! You can easily transform a pot, small garden or even a neglected area of your backyard into a little DIY fairy garden today! Make your own houses or purchase some old Christmas village pieces for a budget friendly option! Order my New Organizing Book “Real Life Organizing” here: http://clutterbug.me/book Follow me on my other social media sites here: Blog: http://www.clutterbug.me Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Clutterbug.Me/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clutterbug_me/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ClutterBug_Me The song for my intro (Life), plus all of the music on my newer videos in from the amazing and talented DJ Quads. Here is the link to his Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel for new organizing videos every week! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: “5 Easy Summer Activity Ideas for Kids – Dollar Tree Summer Fun” -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsChandigarh, Pinjor Garden Educational TourCute fairy garden ideas, beach fairy garden.Fairy Garden Ideas Landscaping DesignsThe Best Fairy Garden Ideas 2016Fairy Garden IdeasFairy Garden Ideas

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15 Comments

  • Joan Williams 1 month ago

    I love that your children are using their imagination and artistic skills. And of course they would with such a creative mom. I'm in my 50s and I want a fairy garden!!

  • beatriz hernandez 1 month ago

    Your so sweet and I love how you make time for all these extra memories for them. I wouldn't mind having a fairy garden, it would be a good therapy for older people, it would keep them busy and a fun way to keep their minds creating something.

  • Julia Sartin 1 month ago

    Cute

  • Jodi Hanneman 1 month ago

    Super clever idea!!

  • Elizabeth Heard 1 month ago

    You are a very good mother. These magical years fly by. Your kids will remember this and do it with their kids.

  • Sandra B 1 month ago

    You are the best mom ever!

  • Holly Kroes 1 month ago

    Love, Love, Love the fairie garden! Beautiful back yard!

  • Melissa Kenealy 1 month ago

    That is so cute. Love it. Oh are those the loud geese that you were talking about a few months ago? lol

  • Jessica Holben 1 month ago

    Cas this is such an awesome idea! Thanks so much for sharing it! Now I can turn the weeds into a "wild" fairy land 😉

  • Brenda Cowell 1 month ago

    It must amazing to live there! Love it! I wish my son in law would get on board with this! We built one at my house in and Olson sand box! Thanks!

  • Dot Toto 1 month ago

    Oh Cass – that is so sweet. Yes you are so right, they grow so quickly and we tried to keep Santa in our lives as long as we could but we always told our son that 'Santa only brings presents for a few years then more babies are born so then that's when mums and dads take over' ( so that'd help if he learnt the truth!). I still have a fairy door ( guarded by two elves) in the corner of the fence. Well…. You never know. X

  • cindy barrett 1 month ago

    Absolutely fabulous. What a joy for you and your family. Thank you for sharing.

  • Heather Palmer 1 month ago

    Thank you for this wonderful idea! You have inspired me to do this with my 3 girls. It gives us a chance to spend quality time together, gets them away from screens and even enticed them to do some gardening (I hope). I'm off to the s cons had store to see what Fairy gardens items we can find. Great summer project.

  • Ms. Home Managment 1 month ago

    These are so cute!!!!

  • Alicia Una Ryan 1 month ago

    Absolutely love the whimsical corner & loved how Milo got involved too. Too sweet
    Greetings from Port Elizabeth, South Africa