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This book is especially written for miniature gardeners BY a miniature gardener! 37 different projects that can be adapted to the fairy garden, dollhouse garden and to full-sized garden art ideas as well, including a chapters on customizing and up-cycling different materials for the garden.
Great for fairy gardeners who want to dig deeper too!
Examples from the photos:
- The Spanish chapter teaches how to paint the fountain and lay a custom mosaic patio.
- The Birthday chapter shows how to make a your own garden signs and how to customize a pot to really cinch the theme.
- The Fairy chapter shows you how to upgrade/renovate your fairy house and furniture to make it more magical and enchanting.
- And in the July Fourth chapter, learn how to make miniature light posts for your summer party!
EACH chapter has a theme, birthday, Cape Code, wedding, gnome gardens, Halloween and more. AND within each project, there is a technique or skill that can easily be adapted to your next garden project!
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“Digs deeper, instructing readers in how to build their own accessories for themed potted worlds. . . . tending to a tiny garden offers a satisfying kind of challenge: the cultivation of a light and the ability to slow down in order to focus on something so small.” —Publishers Weekly
“This fun, strongly recommended book gives miniature enthusiasts the opportunity to customize their mini gardens with unique scenes and pieces.” —Library Journal starred review
“Do you know someone who loves fairy gardens (and who doesn’t really)? This book takes the trend to the next level showing crafty gardeners how to accessorize their mini creations.” —HGTV
“The next big thing for crafters and gardeners captivated by gardening small. . . . Become enchanted by the whimsy of creating a tiny world.” —Gambit
“Sets out 37 projects for crafters and gardeners who are enchanted by the whimsy of creating a tiny world.” —The Irish Garden