My older son loves creating fairy gardens. Here's a collection of 48 outdoor fairy garden ideas including fairy houses, structures, mushrooms, walkways, villages and more.
Fairy gardens are a fun way to mix toys with nature. It’s also a great way for kids to spend more time outside.
As you’ll see in our collection of fun fairy garden photos below, the sky is the limit when it comes to ideas and just how expansive you can create these gardens.
Each year, our family visits a local Scandinavian Center where they do a full Midsummer’s celebration. The festival includes a large walk-through fairy garden that our kids love to visit and rearrange the fairies, gnomes, other figurines, houses etc.
If you’re looking for a fun way spruce up your gardens and want to get your kids into gardening (or just get them outside), check out these ideas below.
Fairy gardens are essentially weather-proof toys and toy scenes for the outdoors. They’re kind of like Play Mobil for the garden. Here’s a laundry list of ideas, figurines and sets you can get to create a fairy garden.
A quick way to create full fairy garden scene is to buy a set or kit. Here are some examples.
Fairy garden house ideas
Houses are the most popular items other than figurines. Here are some fairy garden house ideas:
Fairy Garden Figurines
Here are some fairy garden figurine examples (there are many you can choose from):
Fairy garden accessories and pieces
The final step in creating your fairy garden scene is to get some accessories and pieces such as fences, mushrooms, benches, trees, bridges and more. Here are some examples.