Beach Themed Fairy Garden


A clay planter, some blue stones and a bag of white sand from the Dollar Tree and a few fairy garden items is all it took to create this beach themed Fairy Garden.
I placed my Fairy Garden on a table on the front porch so my husband and I could think of the beach while we are drinking our morning coffee.

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Have a question about this project?

2 questions
  • Heather Marie
    on Jul 2, 2016

    Where did you get your mermaid?

    • Sarah M
      on Jul 3, 2016

      I found her at my local nursery that carries fairy garden items. You could probably find her online as well.

  • S
    on Jul 29, 2016

    What do you put in the bottom of your container to fill it?

    • Sarah M
      on Jul 29, 2016

      There is Miracle grow potting soil in this container with a piece of plastic wrap over the soil. I poured the sand on top of the plastic wrap so the sand could be removed easily when I'm ready to change the fairy garden theme.

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3 of 5 comments
  • Donna
    on May 1, 2015

    How cute!

    • Sarah M
      on May 1, 2015

      @Donna Thank you so much Donna!...this was sooooo much fun to make!

  • Lisa McFarland
    on May 17, 2017

    I love it. It inspired me to make one. It is different than this though. I am fortunate to live in a town on Lake Michigan..so a lot of the items came from the beach.
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