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Teeny tiny gardens can make a really big impact, especially when they’re filled with adorable little creatures and decorations.
These gifts are perfect for seasoned fairy gardeners or newbies wanting to bring some magic into their lives.
Fairy Garden Kit
If they’re new to the fairy garden scene or expanding on an existing garden a kit is a perfect answer.
Fairy Gardening Book
Help them grow their skills with a book all about fairy gardens. This one has step-by-step instructions for creating inviting displays.
Turns out, fairy gardens are not just cute figures and houses. This set has everything they need for planting (and transplanting) the succulents and small plants that make up a fairy garden.
A cute set of miniature ornaments is the perfect accessory to any fairy garden, especially when crafting one that has kids in mind.
What’s a fairy garden without the garden, right? Get them some pint sized plants or succulents to make their garden grow.
Peat moss is the basic ground covering for most fairy gardens so it’s safe to say they’re going to need lots of it.
Keep their hands dirt free while they arrange moss or plants to perfection. A good quality pair is a must for such delicate work.
Fairy House Book
This book is jam packed with inspiration on fairy-size furniture and accessories.
Fairy Garden Sign
Let them know exactly where they’re going with this cute Fairy Garden sign. Would be great to hang out in their human sized garden too.
Fairy Garden Kit
If you’re looking for a high end kit to give as a gift, especially for children, this one is a great choice. It has everything they need to get started – including seeds!
Depending on the type of garden they’re creating different stones can add some charm or colour. Blue, for example, looks like a riverway.
If space is limited, a multi-tiered garden pot is a great spot to house a fairy garden. This one has a house built in!
Mini Garden Lights
Teeny tiny gardens need teeny tiny lights. These string lights have a starry look to them for a little nighttime twinkle.
I Was Normal Mug
For the obsessed gardener. They were normal, it was just 3 fairy gardens ago. Now they’re not going back.
Garden For Kids
This is a great birthday party or Christmas gift for a child who’s just getting started with fairy gardens. It has everything they need to create a tiny display – including stickers.
These miniature rose bushes are perfect sized for fairy gardens and make them look absolutely magical.
Break the tradition of earthy fairy houses with this brightly coloured treehouse. Who says fairy gardens have to all look the same?
Bring the ocean into their garden with some seashells. Everyone knows fairies use whatever they can find!
There’s something charming about tiny mushrooms lining a miniature garden. Get them a whole set of whimsy.
Personalized Fairy Garden Sign
As unique as their garden, a personalized sign can really finish off the entire display. Plus this is the sort of gift that a fairy garden lover is sure to appreciate.
Whether they’re just starting out with fairy gardens or already a master of the whimsical display they’ll be sure to love whatever you choose for their fair folk friends.