15 Breathtaking DIY Fairy Gardens
Some are large and intricate, while others are simple. No matter how big or small, a DIY fairy garden can add some whimsical fun to your landscape. Here are 15 DIY fairy gardens you have to see.
Retaining Wall Fairy Garden
This detailed DIY fairy garden is built into a retaining wall. And check out the little bridge, patio furniture and the walkway up to the home.
Campsite Fairy Garden
Who says fairies can’t go camping? This DIY fairy garden uses a camper, Adirondack chairs and even a canoe for a different take on the traditional fairy garden.
Gnome Home Fairy Garden
This DIY fairy garden has a gnome home nailed into the side of a tree. And note the little steps going up the side of the tree to the house.
Rock Fairy Garden
Rocks make the base for this fairy garden in an old wood bucket. To get the look, you could repurpose a small watering can as the home and don’t forget the mushroom tic-tac-toe game on the side.
Planter Fairy Garden
Grab three flower pots and you’re on your way to a multi-level DIY fairy garden. And use some sticks bound together with thin wire for walkways to connect each level for an outdoor fairy garden.
Terrarium Fairy Garden
This DIY fairy garden, built in a terrarium, is small enough to keep inside. So find a container and use succulents, mosses and African violets which all do well in terrariums.
Hut Village Fairy Garden
Welcome to the DIY outdoor fairy garden hut village! Each of these homes has its own unique style, including small details like the unique front doors.
Snoozing Gnome Fairy Garden
This gnome is taking nap in his fairy garden. And try using some netting to create a hammock and staple it to two sturdy sticks to recreate the look of this and other gnome garden ideas. Or take a look at 12 really tacky lawn ornaments.
Container Fairy Garden
Fairy Garden in the Woods
Take your DIY fairy garden to the woods! Use some rocks and pebbles for a walkway. And you can even add a miniature street light like the one seen here for a beautiful outdoor fairy garden.
Broken Pot Fairy Garden
Don’t throw away that broken flower pot or any of these things either because you can repurpose them. This DIY fairy garden uses several broken clay pots for a multi-level fairy garden. And use slow-growing plants along the sides and complete the look with a little fairy home and figure on the top.