Wheelbarrow Fairy Garden

June 21st, 2013 in member junk     
rzrback rzrback, member
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There is a lot going on here.
Before
I used my tile cutter to cut a broken flower pot into pieces for a walkway.
I planted two tiny maple seedlings.
You cant have a fairy garden without a fairy. I got this custom made sign from WeeBrigadoom on ETSY.
http://www.etsy.com/listing/104239794/signpost-for-fairy-gardens-ooak?ref=shop_home_active
 
There is a lot going on here.

There is a lot going on here.


I decided to take my grandfather's old wheelbarrow that I have been using as a planter and turn it into a fairy garden.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, container, whimsical, outdoor spaces, fairy garden

Comments (5)

LloydsLandingofSears writes: I love making miniature gardens in just about any container...and this one is very pretty! Love your wheelbarrow idea for the container! ~Mary~ Posted: 8:15 pm on August 11th
MakinItHappen writes: Cute, cute, cute!!! Posted: 9:32 am on June 25th
CreepinJen writes: This is so sweet and whimsical. Being able to easily move it around is an added bonus. Posted: 4:31 am on June 19th
rzrback writes: Thanks! I'm anxious to see what it looks like in a few weeks. I also planted 2 tiny maples that are hard to see in the photos. We'll see if I can keep them pruned. Posted: 7:39 pm on June 18th
gadgetsponge writes: Love all the stuff to look at. One could sit for quite a while and enjoy everything you put together. It'll be interesting to see how things start growing up. Posted: 3:11 pm on June 18th
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