Our Favorite Stylish Fairy Garden Decor
From welcome signs to mailboxes, mushroom houses to trees, fairy garden decor can help you create an enchanting, magical space for all your fairies. Here are some of our favorite stylish, fairy garden decor pieces to add to your collection.
Add a little light to your fairy garden decor with this mushroom. The hand-painted piece has a solar light which recharges in the sunlight during the day and automatically comes on at night to light up your fairy garden. “The colors are bright and cheery, it’s the perfect shape of a mushroom, and best of all, it lights up at night! It is the focal point of my new fairy garden, I placed it on top of a large flat rock, and built the garden around it,” said one buyer. Add to your fairy garden decor with one of these 10 enchanting fairy garden kits.
This cute fairy garden ladder will encourage fairies and elves to visit your garden. It includes a hanger on the back so it can easily be hung on a tree or wall. “This is beautiful and whimsical. She looks great perched on our apple tree,” said one buyer. Get inspired with these 15 breathtaking DIY fairy gardens.
Give the birds of your fairy garden a place to perch with this miniature fairy garden bird bath. It includes a metal pick at the base for easy placement and it measures just 2-1/4 inches high. The bath can be filled with water for added detail! “I put it in one of my outdoor plants and noticed today that bees rest on the edge, get a drink, then fly away. It’s cute and turned out to be a good purchase,” said one buyer. These budget-friendly fairy garden supplies will help you create the perfect magical venue.
This magical tree will inspire all the garden fairies, pixies and lawn gnomes to gather in the garden. The tree includes a glow-in-the-dark welcome sign and has plenty of small details, making it a great piece of fairy garden decor. “The detail on this grandpa tree is so amazing, you expect him to wake up and start talking any moment,” explained one buyer. Here are some fairy garden statues you must see to believe.
Your fairies can have a day at the beach with this fairy garden decoration. It features two chairs, a small table with drinks, palm trees, beach umbrellas, blue sand and more to give your fairy garden a laid-back, vacation vibe. “I made this for my sister-in-law who lives in Florida. She had never heard of fairy gardens. I surprised her with this themed fairy garden. It was such a pleasure, I made a smaller version for my bathroom. I just added some twinkling lights and it’s looks great,” said one buyer. Will you adopt these fairy garden fairies?
Fairy Garden Succulents
Succulents can be a perfect addition to a fairy garden, as they are generally low growing and easy to care for. This DIY fairy garden includes a couple of succulents that act as greenery in the garden.
This fairy has gone fishing! This adorable fairy garden piece includes a fairy with a fishing pole, along with a dog at his side. It sits perfectly on a shelf, tabletop or in the garden. “Really cute,” explained one buyer. “I am going to make a little fairy garden and this piece is in honor of my brother who we lost to cancer. He loved fishing.” Learn why everyone needs solar garden fairy lights.
Welcome all the fairies and gnomes to your garden with this sign. This “We Believe in Fairies” sign with butterfly includes a small stake on the bottom to help it stay in place. “This is a perfect little sign for my granddaughter’s fairy garden. It is made well and very durable,” said one buyer. Make a wood log planter for succulents and add it to your fairy garden!
Your garden fairies will have a place to send and receive mail with this fairy garden mailbox made from a hollow tree branch with flower accents. This piece of fairy garden decor is made from resin with a natural brown finish that is perfect for outdoor use. “Perfect addition to dioramas placed throughout garden,” said one buyer. Make your porch a more welcoming space with these 30 decor ideas.
Fairy Garden with Tree
For some DIY fairy garden decor, try using existing plants and trees in your garden. This fairy garden is placed under a small tree in some landscaping. A bonsai tree would be a good choice for a fairy garden. Depending on where you live, you may want to use a planter for your fairy garden, which will allow you to bring it and any plants or trees used inside when the weather gets too extreme.
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