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Fairy villages are a big part of fairy tales, so it’s only natural to want to give your fairy village a name! Older kids will love this STEM-friendly LED fairy house lantern from Rosie Research. This fairy STEM project helps kids understand how LED circuitry works and allows them to be creative and imaginative as they decorate a fairy house (their own or a premade wooden birdhouse). Such a cute idea and a fun way to get kids interested in engineering. Use Playdough for the Base of a Kid’s Fairy Garden
From haunted mansions, to creepy cemeteries, this year’s new collectibles will make your Halloween village as bone-chilling as ever.
You can even name your fairies after the characters from “Pixie Hollow” if you want to get creative. 7. Dreamland Village
Rachelle at Tinker Lab shows us how building a fairy container garden for kids can help foster an interest in plants and growing. Her simple natural fairy garden is an easy, kid-friendly setup. She uses small, soft moss to create a grass-like feel for her fairy and the accompanying accessories. Succulent Dish For this fairy garden décor, I did use cut aluminum cans, so this is an adult-help-required project. Try Polymer Clay to Fairy Garden Accessories with Kids Alea at Premeditated Leftovers shared a bright, cheerful birdhouse homemade fairy garden for kids . Birdhouses are great bases for fairy houses. I used a pair of cute wooden houses to make my simple concrete fairy homes (which may be a “mom-involved-project”).They absolutely LOVED this, and you can personalize it for them – point the signs to grandma and grandpa’s house, to their bed swing set, or the setting of a favorite book! Make a Fairy Table and Chairs (with Twigs + Bottle Caps)
Older kids may want to make more intricate fairy garden accessories. These planters are adorable, and following the YouTube tutorial can help kids create more involved miniature items to decorate their fairy gardens. I love the cute smiles on the planters! Try Air-Dry Clay for Making Fairy Garden Accessories If the fairies in your story live in a world that is full of madness and fun, this is the perfect name for their village! 28. Land of the Little PeopleAs ghosts and ghouls start to awaken from their summer slumbers, we’re excited to unveil our newest 2023additions to the Spooky Town Lemax village collection. At Twitchetts.com, you can see another PERFECT container for a kid’s fairy garden – an old water table. (I love that the water table is raise, which means they can play standing and if you use a hardy ground cover like creeping thyme, it will spill over the edge as the summer goes on, for a truly “magical” effect!) Enchanted Fairy Planter Most of us won’t see a fairy… so butterflies are the next best thing! Take a look at our butterfly gardening tips for ways to encourage butterflies into your garden. They tend to like busy, cottage-style gardens that are overflowing with nectar-rich flowers. Enjoy Your Fairy Garden!