Added by on 2016-10-21

Making a fairy garden for your kids to play with is a great way to encourage imaginative play, get your kids outside and teach your children about caring for plants and flowers. More details and instructions are on my blog: http://thediymommy.com/easy-cheap-kid-friendly-fairy-garden-design-idea/ Subscribe to my channel for more DIYs: http://youtube.com/thediymommy?sub_confirmation=1 Find more DIYs on my blog: http://thediymommy.com Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/thediymommy Follow me on Facebook: http://facebook.com/thediymommy Pin with me on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/thediymommy Tweet with me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thediymommy.com Related PostsDIY FAIRY GARDEN | How to make a fairy garden for Kids | The Kids Next DoorFairy Garden Hacks | LIFE HACKS FOR KIDSGuided Meditation for Children | The FAIRY GARDEN | Kids RelaxationFrom Root to Flower | Cartoon for kids | Fairy Tale | Story for Children | Stories for KidsThe Incredible Growing Plant | Cartoon for kids | Fairy Tale | Story for Children | Stories for KidsBeautiful fairy garden collage | Kids activity

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6 Comments

  • Bonnie Dani 11 months ago

    This is perfect, I'm hoping to create some fairy decorations for our new front flower garden. Awesome as always!

  • Tyne Seegmiller 11 months ago

    Love!

  • Tineke Williams 11 months ago

    not a good idea with little children with potting mix. Can cause devastating brain problems with the fumes sniffed. Always wear gloves and start them early to respect these things xxx

  • Keeping up with Mrs. Elektra 11 months ago

    So pretty and cute idea for the kids, and the fairies are so pretty.

  • tuttle Tice 11 months ago

    We made several of them in spring they line our front steps . My 5 year old son loves it . We did ours with herbs , lavender , lambs ear . He made one a Mario theme .

  • Suzy Whitten 11 months ago

    So cute ! Be careful around the broken edges of the flower pot though (ask me how I know!)