Make a Fairy’s Bed

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The lucky fairy who comes to live in our Fairy Garden. Kitty decided that no Fairy Garden is complete with out a beautiful fairy bed to sleep in. So, to add to the fairy furniture we have already made, we made a fairy bed in the hopes that a fairy will choose our garden as her home.
This is what we used to make it…
My glue gun, my garden scissors, a twig branch and a flat piece of bark.

Fairy Garden, how to make a fairy bedFirst, we cut 4 legs for our bed with our garden scissors.

Fairy Garden, cutting the legs for the fairy bed
We made sure they were about the same height.

Fairy Garden, how to make a fairies mossy bed
With my glue gun, I stuck them into place on the underside of the bark.


K gave it a magical kiss of approval.


But she thought it needed some embellishment to attract just the right sort of fairy. We raided my bead supply and found just the right sort of beads. They were stuck into place…

Magical beads to embellish our fairy bed
A flower was found for a comfy (and pretty) pillow and a rose petal was picked for a blanket.

No fairy garden is complete with out an enchanting fairy bed
She’s hoping that the bed is so comfy and cozy that the fairy will oversleep in the morning and K will wake up in time to see her. Oh, how I hope this happens!

Enchanting Fairy Garden Furniture

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Happy Fairy Gardening!

Blessings and magic,
Donni

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