Skip to Content

How To Make An Adorable DIY Fairy Garden

Sharing is caring!

Looking for a fun garden project to make with the kids, or even yourself? This adorable DIY fairy garden can be made quickly and easily and will be such a statement piece in you garden. 

make a diy fairy garden

This post contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you. Please see my full disclosure here. This post is republished with additional content from 2014.

As I’ve mentioned before, my youngest is graduating high school in 4 short weeks and will be leaving for College 3 hrs away shortly after.

Anyone who has experienced this understands how bittersweet this is.

This is what we have worked for and what we want for our children, but at the same time not having them in the same house or zip code for that matter is a huge change.

I have faith that her Dad & I have raised her to make the right choices. Anyway, my daughter loved, loved Fairy’s when she was little.

She had collected the Winx Club dolls & we watched the movies over & over.

I also think there is something magical about them, so when I saw all the gardens on Pinterest I knew I would make one.

It does bring back great memories.

How To Make An Adorable DIY Fairy Garden


I asked Amanda what I should name the fairy & while she looked at me like I had seriously lost my marbles, she did say Annabel, which is perfect!

fairy garden
This was so fun to make. I found the fairy at a local Garden Center, as well as the gnome house.
I made the red toadstools out of wooden knobs & corks. How cute is her twig chair? I added a succulent as well as a clay pot walkway.
I couldn’t resist making a little ladder to hang down the side.
fairy garden clay pots

You can add any little details that you like and just have fun with it!

Wouldn’t a side garden be adorable with several of these? Have you ever made a fairy garden?

I’d love to see picture if you have. Leave me a comment and let me know.

You may also want to check out the mermaid fairy garden that I made below:

How To Make A Fun Beach Themed Fairy Garden Our Crafty Mom

Thank you so much for visiting. Have a great day!

You can also follow me on social media below: 

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Lynne B

Monday 23rd of September 2019

They're both so cute. Creating a fairy garden would be a great activity to do with a young child.

Michelle Leslie

Wednesday 7th of August 2019

I love fairy gardens in any shape or form Michelle and I bet Annabel the fairy is super happy with her new fairyscape. It looks lovely

P.S. Wishing your youngest all that's beautiful and happy on her journey into a grown-up world. With a Mom as loving and supportive as what you are I'm sure she'll do well

Make An Enchanted Fairy Garden Chair Planter

Friday 12th of July 2019

[…] Fairy Garden […]

Fairy Garden Chair Planter - Our Crafty Mom

Monday 22nd of February 2016

[…] I have seen garden chair planters before where people put a plant in the chair. I love them & thought this chair would be perfect for that. Then, when I was at the craft store, I saw an entire endcap with fairy gardens supplies. I had a lightbulb moment! I made a fairy garden last year as shown here: Fairy Garden […]

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home

Tuesday 27th of May 2014

Sweet! Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY...Blessings,Cindy

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.