How To Make A Fairy Garden Using Pea Gravel


Using Pea Gravel for a Fairy Garden Path Way.
Use any container for you Fairy Garden.
Use a lightweight container for edging for path way.
Cut the lip and base off of the container.
Add your potting soil and edging to about 1 inch from the top of your container.
I placed a layer of Tin Foil over my path way so pea gravel so when the time comes to remove the pea grave. I "recycle" my Fairy Gardens, so this is a "no mess" way of removing the pea gravel.
Pea Gravel for the path way.
I used the top of the lightweight container to pour the Pea Gravel where I wanted it to go.
Place your plants and rocks on each side of the pathway.
Add ground cover if using it.
Add Fairies and other items to complete your Fairy Garden.

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  • Patty
    on Jan 31, 2016

    Well how cute is that, I will have to check out Joann's Fabrics, Thanks for sharing. Oh and good luck with your house made from the coke bottle, I hope you will share with us.

  • Smk1442994
    on Feb 19, 2016

    So lovely !!

    • Sarah M
      on Feb 19, 2016

      @Smkarasz65 Thank you so much!...it was a fun project!

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