It is with great excitement that I present the 5th Annual Fairy Garden Contest! Get out your tiny rakes and trowels… find some moss and magic… and make a Fairy Garden!

Fairy Garden Contest 2013 on The Magic Onions

Click this link to see the AWESOME prizes for the 2013 Fairy Garden Contest!


1. Make a Fairy Garden.

2. Write a blog post about your Fairy Garden that shows photos of your magical creation OR share photos of your Fairy Garden on Facebook.

3. Enter your Fairy Garden into the contest by adding a link to it in the link form below. Using the link form is easy… the first box is for your name (first names or blog names are fine)… the second box is where you add the link to your Fairy Garden (if it’s in a blog post, put the URL of the specific Fairy Garden blog POST in this box… if it’s a photo on Facebook, add a link to the photo on your Facebook page. Please remember to add the link to the specific blog post and not the address of your entire blog… ditto for Facebook… please add the address of the photo on your page.

4. If you are entering through a post on your blog, please be sure to link back to this Fairy Garden Contest page so that others seeing your sweet garden will be inspired to enter the contest too.

5. If you are entering through your Facebook page, please make sure you ‘Like‘ The Magic Onions on Facebook so that we can see and share your photos… here is my Facebook page –

6. Anyone, anywhere, can enter. The winners will be chosen from different categories so everyone has a chance to be a winner… from the very youngest to the oldest granny. Prizes will be shipped anywhere in the world.

7. Please share this contest wherever you can… blog about it, share it on your Facebook page, Pin it, Tweet it… tell your friends about it. Making a Fairy Garden is such a wonderful gift to share with your friends.

8. The Fairy Garden Contest will close on 1 August 2013 and the winners will be announced on Monday 5th August, 2013.

Here are the PRIZES!!!!!!

If you need any kind of Fairy Garden inspiration, check out my Fairy Garden Page where you’ll see photos of all the gorgeous gardens from the previous years.

Here is a link to my Fairy Garden Pinterest Page that is packed full of super Fairy Garden ideas too.

Last year we had over 180 entries… let’s see if we can top this number in 2013!

Happy Gardening, Magic Friends.

Blessings and magic,



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42 Responses

  1. I started a fairy garden four years ago. And now it’s getting easier all the time to find ideas and supplies. Your site is a wonderful addition to my dreaming! Right now we’re in for what sounds like a good April blizzard…but I’ve already planted two fairy gardens and a gnome garden for this year!! Bring on the spring flowers!!!

  2. What fun! I JUST made two fairy gardens and took photos of them yesterday- serendipity! I can’t wait to visit the other gardener’s blogs and see what they created. Now I just need to write my post and share it here. Thx for hosting! :)

    1. Can’t wait to see your gardens! Your comment made me smile too ~ one Fairy Garden just isn’t enough for us either :-)

  3. Hello,
    My girls are working on a fairy garden and would like to enter your contest. I do not have a blog and I don’t use facebook. Is there another way I can enter?

    1. Hi Tara. I’m so glad you and your girls are enjoying your fairy garden. If you’d like to email me photos, I’ll add you guys to the contest that way.
      <3 Donni

      1. Thank you! We are almost done….we had a wishing well failure, so as soon as we get it fixed , I will get some photos:)

  4. I just posted pics of my garden for the contest and the thumbnail on your site didn’t work for me. It’s a Google logo. Is there any way I can change it?

    1. Hi Jodie,
      Sorry you had trouble. I’ve deleted the entry so that you can try again. If you have trouble again, send me a link to your blog and I’ll try to see if I can enter it on my end. SO looking forward to seeing your magical garden.
      Blessings and magic,

  5. WE LOVE YOUR FB SITE AND Fairy Garden Contest. The ideas from your posts and friends entries are contagious. After entering your contest for the first time last year we were inspried to CREATE and Educate! We started volunteering our hours through our University of IL Extension Master Gardening Speakers Bureau to give a Power Point Program we made titled Making Gardening “Fairy” Much Fun to the public-our local Garden Clubs, Libraries, Community College’s and High School’s Continuing Education classes along with other Master Gardener County Groups. The fairies have 6 new homes in our local preschool classroom window wells and the students write to the fairies daily. (We had to get a bigger mailbox! Ha!) After our most recent spring break we had one 4 year old student request that we make a ZIP LINE for the fairies home. :) We talk about your contest each time we give our program and include a link to your site that we pass out. We also developed a new facebook page dedicated to Fairy Gardens and your Contest. Thank You for all your hard work.

    1. The magic is utterly contagious, isn’t it!!! And, to be honest, I love it all as much as my kids do :-)
      Thank you so much for sharing the fun.
      Love Donni

  6. Hi, guys! I joined since I like the concept. My blog is about a fairy in the garden not a fairy garden. I believe it is similar since a fairy in the garden lives in the garden of fairies so I joined.

    Thanks to all, I had fun reading

  7. just discovered this wonderful blog and I wish to subscribe…only when I enter my email in the ‘get new posts by email’ box it says that email subscriptions are not enabled – thought I’d let you know since you probably don’t have that box just for show!

    1. Hi Jenn…
      I’m so sorry ~ I’ve been trying to figure that one out for a while with no luck. Some people get it fine, others get the message you got?? I don’t know how to fix it. So sorry! Have you ‘liked’ my Facebook Page – – I post all of my new posts on my Facebook page ~ you could keep up to date with new posts that way.
      Blessings and magic,

  8. is there any way possible that I could send pics to enter the contest via email? That is pretty much the only way I can say for sure that I know how to share/send something…and be confident that it made it where it was suppose to. I am pretty new at all of this but would love to enter. thank you

    1. Hi Melanie,
      Yes, I’d love to see your fairy garden :-)
      You can send your photos to donni(at) and I’ll add them to the other email entries I have received.
      Glad you’ve had fun making it.
      Blessings and magic,

  9. My son and I entered the contest a few days ago through my Facebook page (we are entry 137). When I first posted it the link worked fine but now seems to be having issues. Is it just on my end or do I need to re-enter? Thanks :)

    1. Hi Bobi Jean,
      Your link is working perfectly for me. Oh my… I LOVE your fairy garden. The fence around it is super cute and the little gate is brilliant. As for the stump home with the mossy roof and magical stepping stones!!!!! Seriously enchanting. I want to move right in :-)
      Blessings and magic,

  10. Hi Donni and thanks for all the inspiration you offer through your blog and Pinterest. I am new to fairy gardening but thought I would enter your great contest anyway as I love to share ideas. Wow, such amazing wee gardens in the contest so far! I could never choose a favourite! Keep the inspiration flowing.

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