Fairy Garden Tool and Garden Shed....

Sarah M
by Sarah M
I didn't want to spend a lot of money online to buy a tool shed for my fairy garden, so decided to make one out of a cedar bird house.
This was a easy and fun project since it didn't require a lot of supplies...just a few tongue depressor sticks and a hot glue gun.
For the shed doors, I hot glued three depressor sticks together, and cut one depressor in half to use for the door brace. I then hot glued the door onto the edge of the bird feeder.
For the potting table, I cut off the legs of a fairy garden bakers rack, and used a fairy garden fence as a backing for my shelf. I glued a tongue depressor stick that was cut down to the length of the fence. I then hot glued the potting table and shelf to the side of the bird feeder.
I then glued the items to the sides of the doors and on the back wall.
Looking forward to adding more items to my garden and tool shed as I find them.
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  • Farfoura Hedary Farfoura Hedary on Feb 12, 2016
    where did you get the little furnitures from?

  • Suzyq Suzyq on Feb 27, 2017
    Hi, can you please tell me where to get tongue depressors in Canada?

  • Suzyq Suzyq on Feb 27, 2017
    Hi, I see by the comments that some people are using a tooth paste top for plants. I didn't see where that came up in the comments. It sounds really cute, can you let me know about that. Thank you so much.

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