Our Fairy Garden workshops were fabulous! Photos coming soon!!
Links to information about making your own fairy or gnome garden are down below.
Search for “fairy gardens” through Google or in Pinterest and you’ll find all kinds of ideas to help you make your own fairy or gnome garden.
Here are some links to information on how to create your own miniature gardens at home:
Registration is now closed. If you didn’t get on the list, don’t fret! Anyone can make their own fairy or gnome garden at home! Click on the following link for some simple instructions: http://knoworthy.com/building-fairy-garden-with-your-kids/
Our Fairy/Gnome Garden Workshop scheduled for Tuesday, July 2nd is full. While we would love to offer this workshop to everyone, it is simply not possible. Experience has confirmed to us that we have only the manpower, space, time, tools, and materials to handle 25 youth with such a complex project.
But do not fret! ANYONE can make a fairy or gnome garden! Go on a nature hunt with your kids and gather up twigs, rocks, little plants, bark, moss, and anything else that strikes their fancy. Make your miniature garden in the corner of the yard, in a flower-pot or any other container that seems the right size and shape to you. Then let your imagination soar and create a tiny little garden that any fairy or gnome would love to move into!
Below you’ll find some links to help you get started and find inspiration. Or simply search for “fairy garden” on Pinterest or through Google.
For fairy garden ideas, tips, and inspiration:
How to make fairy furniture:
Registration Closed – all spots are filled!
Want to learn more about fairy gardens? You can make one at home! Check out these websites: