How to Make a Fairy's Bed. - The Magic Onions

How to Make a Fairy’s Bed.

The lucky fairy who comes to live in our Fairy Garden. K 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.

How to make a fairy bedFirst, we cut 4 legs for our bed with our garden scissors.
cutting the legs for the fairy bedWe made sure they were about the same height.
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 bedA 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 bedShe’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

Here are the other posts in our Fairy Garden Series;
Join me next week for more in the Fairy Garden Series.
Blessings and magic.
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Donni Webber is the mom behind the popular natural living Waldorf website and blog, The Magic Onions - where the magic of nature and the wonder of childhood collide to make each moment a precious gift. She is a photographer, writer, crafter, wife and mother of two inspiring young children. Her work has been featured in many popular publications, including HGTV, Better Homes and Gardens, Disney and Apartment Therapy.

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  1. Wonderful, so dinky. Will this be suitable for Elvies and Pixies?

  2. I’ve loved this whole series, but this would have to be my favourite yet.

  3. Sometimes I wish I could miniaturize myself. :)

  4. Aww, what a cute bed! My son doesn’t seem to be into the idea of a fairy garden but I’m sorely tempted to make one just for myself!

  5. That is so cute! What a clever idea! I think will have to do a garden next spring and try out some furniture. Thanks for the great idea.

  6. Oh, Magic Onions! The fairy bed is absolutely precious. I love it! I especially love K’s kiss of approval. She is so sweet.

    Thank you for teaching me how to index with pictures on the edge. acornpies

  7. THAT is adorable! My dd will have SO much fun with this!


  8. Really lovely! Great ideas!

  9. Gorgeous! My kids have a small fairy garden outside, we might have to consider adding this. Thanks!

  10. Thanks for the link.
    I am loving this series – what a sweet coverlet a rose petal makes.

  11. Just a quick note to let you know I linked to you here. :-)

  12. So cute!

  13. The fairies round your way really are living in style! :)

  14. That is an adorable idea.

  15. very adorable decors . children will enjoy this . i wonder were i can put this . maybe in the patio table besides my wind spinner additional attraction on my patio garden . thanks for sharing this very much appreciated . hope to hear more from this site .

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