How to Create a Fairy Village
There’s no arguing that fairy gardens are loads of fun to create, but putting together a fairy village will definitely kick the fun factor notches up.
Creating a fairy village is actually like building a town for the fairies and their friends. And while it is pretty much exciting, it can also be quite complicated.
It would help to write down plans for your fairy village. Are you planning on adding a bakery? Thinking of lots of rabbits to keep your fairies company? Writing it all down will help you shop for items reasonably before putting them together to create the ultimate fairy garden.
Here are our top 10 highly recommended fairy village items you might want to check out for your magical project.
Fill your fairy village with adorable winged creatures such as these. You can always add more later, but these five are sure to liven up fairy town!
This delightful Fairy Garden Woodland Furniture Set is sure to attract garden fairies, pixies and the like! Arrange them anyway you like. You can even distribute them among fairy houses.
A neat natural looking wall that can be used in a variety of ways when creating a larger outdoor miniature landscape like a fairy village. Use the wall as a backdrop to the fire-pit. Also, the list of mini items that can be placed on top of the wall are endless…gnomes, fairies, potted plants, pumpkins, lanterns, birdhouses, wooden crates, watering cans.
The Fairy Village Special includes 5 fairy Houses: Acorn, Pinecone, Mushroom, Honeycomb, and Tulip and 10 fairies.
These cute rabbits are sure to fill your fairy village with giggles all day long!
The shape of the walkway has a slight curved design and it is bordered with rocks. Nestled inside of the rocks are stepping stones, which beckon wee ones to visit special areas of the garden.
This one-of-a-kind covered bridge will make your fairy village even more realistic. Plus, its whimsical design is sure to delight the fairies!
This whimsical little abode will undoubtedly attract the most discerning fairies to your garden.
Follow the path of pavers to enjoy a chilly summer's evening by the fire pit. If you have some twigs in your yard, cut them into small pieces to make logs for the fire pit. Bring out the s’mores! Wouldn't a mini marshmallow on the mini tool fork be a great touch? Or add a small white bead to resemble a marshmallow.
Give your magical friends a stunning new ride! They'll need it to go through the whole fairy village should there wings need some rest.
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