As some of you may remember, I’m absolutely in love with fairy gardens.

Last year, I made three which you can see by clicking here and here!

When I saw new fairy garden materials for Spring in one of my favorite craft stores, I could barely wait until they were on sale.

Wait, I did, though, until they were 40% off.


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 Spring Fairy Garden Materials and Assembly: 

I purchased several items: an oversized mug container, a fairy on a swing, colorful bushes, a sign, rocks, and fairy dust.

The assembly was so simple even I could do it!

In the bottom of the oversized mug container, I put in three sheets of tissue paper that I crumpled. I then added the black rocks to the top.  

Spring fairy garden  

All that was left to do was place the fairy, her sign, and the bushes.

On top of the rocks, I sprinkled the pink, green, and white fairy dust.

I think it’s gorgeous, cute, and sweet! 

Spring fairy garden  

This Spring fairy garden reminds me of my childhood, whenI loved playing with small toys.

It’s wonderful that, even as an adult, I can still play!

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Spring fairy garden 


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