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Making Fairy Garden Accessories

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How to Make Backyard Fairy Garden Accessories is a fun and adorable guide to creating little outdoor wonderlands for visiting mythical creatures. Authors Anna-Marie and Andrew Fahmy combine their two passions, the outdoors and crafts, providing step-by-step instructions on how to create one-of-a-kind fairy garden accessories. These projects are beginner-friendly with only one requirement -- bring your imagination. Also included is an inspirational gallery of fairy gardens, houses, and hand-made accessories! Sections of the book include different techniques and materials like working with twigs and sticks, rough and polished rocks, types of moss, acorn caps, and pinecones, and working with glue guns and miniature accessories available at your local craft and hobby stores. Other projects include mini and large fairy houses, a swing, a fire pit, a Gnome garden, as well as tips for lighting your creations. Create an oasis in your own backyard for your visiting mythical friends.

Details

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Pages 128
Publish Date 2024-03-19
Size 8.0" x 10.0" x 0.0"
Author Anna-Marie and Andrew Fahmy
Product Form Paperback / softback

Reviews

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Kristin Beane Sullivan, Garden Gate Magazine
The tools and practical tips in this guide make it easy to build these charming projects and any other fairy garden accessory that you can imagine.
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NetGalley
This is a well done how-to book with a lot of cute projects. The photography was lovely and the tutorial items were easy to follow. Gave me a lot of good ideas for projects that I can't wait to try out!
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NetGalley
Well this is the most fun I've had "gardening" in a very long time. My daughter and i spent a long time planning the perfect fairy garden to try and outdo the book. It's a work in progress but its nice to see her so excited about a crafty project.

Materials and Tools

Learn about the supplies you'll need to get started and how they’ll each be used, including pinecones, wood, craft sticks, moss mats (pictured), rocks, acorn caps, glue, paintbrushes, craft shears, needle-nose pliers, and small screwdrivers.

Houses

Gnome Planter HouseSmall Lighted HouseLarge Lighted HouseSecret Staircase House (pictured)

Furniture

Fairy LampFairy Desk (pictured)Fairy BookshelfTable for TwoGarden SwingFairy Chair

About the Author

Anna-Marie FahmyAnna-Marie has worked in college admissions for the past decade. She is currently the Regional Associate Director of Admissions for the West Coast at Muhlenberg College, a small, private, liberal arts college in Allentown, PA. She graduated from Scripps College, the women's college of the Claremont Colleges in Claremont, CA, in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology. In 2019, she earned her Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University. Andrew Fahmy has worked in the nonprofit field for the past decade. He is currently the Executive Director of the United for Financial Security initiative at Orange County United Way. He graduated from California State University, Fullerton in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology.

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