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I’ve been wanting to make a fairy garden for a long time. I keep seeing these beautiful gardens on Pinterest and think how darling they are. So when Tinker Bell and The Legend of the Neverbeast came out on DVD AND my daughter had just lost her first baby tooth, fairies were especially prevalent on our minds. It was the perfect time to make a fairy garden!
So of course we had to go shopping first! We found the Tinker Bell movie at Walmart along with some 4.5″ dolls.
And can I just say that as an adult I LOVE these movies. This one had me crying! I didn’t cry over the Secret of the Wings, but I did this one. I’m getting sentimental in my “old age”.
So the following day we created a place for a fairy to come live. Caitlin insists that the tooth fairy is moving in. Caitlin has more baby teeth to loose so the tooth fairy needs to be close by.
The “house” was set beside the pansies, and ground cover placed on the sides to create a path leading up to the house. White rocks became the pathway. And of course, the little fairy needs lots of gardening supplies at hand.
One of our favorite elements was this frog hanging on the side of the pot peering into the garden. He eventually made it up the side of the flower pot and is now resting in the ground cover.
Let me caution you though. If you are letting your kids help make your fairy garden and you’ve been watching Tinker Bell movies and one kid has just had her first visit from the Tooth Fairy, someone might just imagine that the soil is “pixie dust” and sprinkle it in her hair. Yep. That happened. I’m not entirely sure where she was planning on flying to.
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