Pull this fun Christmas fairy garden idea together in just a few minutes and show off your holiday spirit. Think it is a little too early? Just pin or bookmark this tutorial and make it closer to December. Either way, you are sure to love this cute fairy garden on your mantel or around your home this holiday season.
- Darice Christmas Miniatures
- Darice Bottle Brush Trees
- Galvanized Darice Bucket
- Dry Darice Floral Foam
- Fiberfill Stuffing
- Hot Glue and Glue Gun
Start by adding foam to fill your container. You want the foam to be level with the top of your container. You can use hot glue to secure this into place.
Then cover the entire top of your foam with a thin layer of the stuffing. You can trim this with scissors to get rid of any excess.
Start adding on little Christmas houses as well as miniature Christmas figurines. Secure each into place with a little hot glue. You can add as many or as few of these decorations as you would like.
Fill in the remainder of your Christmas fairy garden with some small bottle brush trees. I added one in the back that looks like a Christmas tree and some smaller ones around the outside. Again, use hot glue to secure into place.
Once you are happy with the placement of your miniatures, you can add this Christmas fairy garden to your mantel or home decor. This is a cute way to celebrate the season!
You can also let the kids help with this Christmas fairy garden idea. Let them pick the miniatures and help decide where to place them in the container. Just be sure an adult operates the glue gun.
Be sure to get your supplies to make your own Christmas fairy garden today! You are going to love celebrating the season with this fun craft idea. Plus, you will also love just how easy this one is to make and how quickly it comes together. A quick and cute craft for the holidays? You really can’t go wrong!
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