At the beginning of summer, I bought an ebook HERE
with some great project ideas for the yard or garden.
My homeschooling mama friend and I decided to use the book
as an Art Camp, getting together once a week to do the
projects together with our kids.
Yesterday was Fairy Gardens…or um, Gnome Homes, for the boys.
They were a little put off by the fairy thing.
First they painted and decorated a little wooden house,
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Then they build their gardens.
We used big ol’ bowls from the Dollar Store and drilled holes in the bottom for storage.
Then added pea gravel, potting soil, plants, and then
pea gravel again to make the gardens.
Then I had them run around the yard, finding anything they thought could be part of their fantasy yard.
Rocks, leaves, flowers, etc.
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even had an idea of a fairy/gnome clothes line.
How cute is that?!
I’m sorry, but pleeeease tell me something cuter then these!! 🙂
I can’t get over them.
I think I love fairy dish gardens.
Yes, I do.
And with my whole heart too.