Wash Tub Fairy Garden

March 27th, 2017 in blog, projects     
PlentyPlace Kerry Messer, contributor
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Did you know that fairies started the glamping movement?
Yup. Thumbelina and company refurbished a childs bug catcher using floral fabric to create this glamorous camper. 
This old wash tub set just needed a bit of TLC to be transformed into a fairy garden campground. 
The wash tubs and stand all spiffied up. 
A thrifted birdhouse became a spot for extended family to stay in. Even fairies need their space. 
Fairies get enough sun buzzing around between teeth-collection stops, so they really love to picnic in the shade of a teepee.
Tinkerbell has the biggest appetite of them all, so she likes to host cook-outs near the river. 
Tink scavenged umbrellas from humans fancy beverages to serve as canopies. She happened to have a spool of thread that serves as the perfect umbrella stand. 
Those industrious sprites used the handle from the bug catcher to craft a bridge to span the river. They just applied broken popsicle sticks to make it wide enough.
The shade of a ponytail palm is just the thing for fairies of leisure. 
Can you believe that fairies furniture shop the aquarium aisle of pet stores? Thats where they found this blue Adirondack chair. 
A broken birdcage votive holder was inverted by Thumbelina and Tink for use as a dining table. Such litte repurposers. 
Did you know that fairies started the glamping movement?
Yup. Thumbelina and company refurbished a childs bug catcher using floral fabric to create this glamorous camper. 

Did you know that fairies started the "glamping" movement?

Yup. Thumbelina and company refurbished a child's bug catcher using floral fabric to create this glamorous camper. 


Container gardening becomes big fun when miniatures are involved. 


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Comments (1)

CottageElements writes: Cute, cute, cute! Something like this would be a awesome for a bridal shower! Or even a baby shower with a different twist to it. Fun idea!

Lani Posted: 7:41 am on August 21st
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