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How To Make A Fairy Garden Patio

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How to make a Fairy Garden with a Patio.
  • how to make a fairy garden patio, container gardening, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Choose a container for your Fairy Garden.
  • how to make a fairy garden patio, container gardening, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Choose a lightweight container for your patio edging.
  • how to make a fairy garden patio, container gardening, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Cut the lip and base off of the container.
  • how to make a fairy garden patio, container gardening, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Fill your container up with potting soil, and place the plastic edging where you want your patio located.
  • how to make a fairy garden patio, container gardening, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
I used a package of sand from the Dollar Tree for this project.
  • how to make a fairy garden patio, container gardening, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Pour sand to 1/2 inch from the top of your container. I wanted to add some texture to my patio, so I added a few rocks from our drive way.
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Pour a layer of Ready Mix Concrete over the rocks.
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Using a spray bottle, spray water over the cement until the water starts to pool. Let it sit for 1 hour and then spray again and let the cement set up before removing the edging. Wait at least 24 to 36 hours before removing the edging.
  • how to make a fairy garden patio, container gardening, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Now add your ground cover and Fairy Garden items to the container and invite the Fairies to come play.
  • Debbi W
    Debbi W Panama City, FL
    on Jan 24, 2016

    A www, so sweet!

  • Ruthanne Pike
    Ruthanne Pike Saegertown, PA
    on Jan 24, 2016

    o i love this very clever

    • Sarah M
      Sarah M Carthage, MO
      on Jan 24, 2016

      @Ruthanne Pike Thank you Ruthanne!

  • Cheryl @ Artzzle
    Cheryl @ Artzzle Princeton, MN
    on Jan 24, 2016

    VERY cute!

    • Sarah M
      Sarah M Carthage, MO
      on Jan 25, 2016

      @Cheryl @ Artzzle Thank you so much Cheryl!

  • Liobdel
    Liobdel
    on Jan 25, 2016

    Yes ! Very cute .................you can do this with in the background, a small natural bonsai tree or a little too! Go to: Printerest and looking enchanted garden or as fairy garden.

    • Sarah M
      Sarah M Carthage, MO
      on Jan 25, 2016

      @Liobdel Thank you Liobdel!...When Spring arrives, and it gets warm enough to plant outside, this Fairy Garden will have real miniature plants in it....

  • Captjohnandbecky
    Captjohnandbecky Madera, CA
    on Jan 25, 2016

    So cute and simple!!!! Very cool. Thanks for sharing.

    • Sarah M
      Sarah M Carthage, MO
      on Jan 25, 2016

      @Captjohnandbecky Thank you!

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