Posts Tagged ‘Fairy Garden’

Throwback Thursday: Spring 2018 Blog Wrap-Up

Thursday, May 10th, 2018

Summer 2018 starts tomorrow (5/11) here at Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, and we are excited for you to see our new collections and some returning seasonal favorites. The pages of our Summer catalog are filled with garden decor, designs from many of your favorite artists, and of course, seasonal inspiration. But Spring is not over yet! Check out the list below for ten of our Spring 2018 blog posts (click on the titles to see each post), and shop the last few hours of our Spring Sale (including free shipping on select curtains) by clicking on the catalog to the right, or by visiting our website.

Weekly Spotlight: New [non-hooked] Accent Pillows

Weekly Spotlight: New Spring Wreaths and Flowers

Spring Entryway Idea Board

Spring Entryway Idea Board | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Weekly Spotlight: Garden Stakes Under $50

Monday Must-Haves: Spring Cleaning Solutions

Decorating With Color: Pastels

Weekly Spotlight: Fairy Garden Accessories

Miniature Fairy Garden Bench, Chair, Trellis | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Weekly Spotlight: Spring Garden Lighting

Thursday’s Theme: Spring DIY Projects from Pinterest

Monday Must-Haves: Spring 2018 Clearance

Lab & Birds Pillow | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

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Weekly Spotlight: Fairy Garden Accessories

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

Our next Garden Month topic is Fairy Gardens! These fun spaces can be quite elaborate or as simple as creating a mini trail with rocks in a flower garden and arranging some moss to look like a wreath. If you would like to add some fairies and similar accessories to a fairy garden of your own, look no further than our web exclusives. Here are five fairy-related accents you can use to create a whimsical outdoor arrangement in your garden.

Miniature Fairy Garden Bench, Chair, Trellis | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

  • The miniature Rustic Chair, Garden Trellis and Rustic Bench are all made from the same antiqued metal, which makes a warm, complementary addition to an outdoor space. If you have small plants or vines in a garden, the trellis is also functional!
  • We have a small assortment of miniature fairies, but the Best Friends and Honey Bunny fairies are two of the cutest. With small animals in their arms, these figures are true beings of nature. And if you are interested, you can find our other fairy figurines and accents here.

Best Friends Miniature Garden Fairy | Sturbridge Yankee WorkshopHoney Bunny Miniature Garden Fairy | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

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DIY Summer Fairy Garden

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Fairy gardens are cropping up all over the place, and with our addition of some new web exclusives, you can easily create a fairy garden in your own planter box or backyard. Today we are also laying out some basic materials you’ll need to DIY a fairy garden, followed by some inspiration to help get you started.

  • The space or a container. Prop little fairies and their houses at the base of a tree trunk or in your already-established garden for a little more whimsy this summer. Or, choose a container to create one from scratch. You could use a terracotta planter, a bucket, a wash tub, a wagon and even an outdoor table (see below). Elevate the fairy garden for enhanced visual appeal.
  • Potting soil and plants. You can choose any plants and flowers that you adore, but in addition, we recommend incorporating moss and green leafed plants. You could even use low-maintenance succulents!
  • Wood and rocks. If you’re simply adding a few fairy friends to a garden, consider crafting a makeshift bench or a small rock pathway for added charm. If you’re going all out with a DIY fairy garden, you could construct a mini pergola out of twigs, a small fence out of painted popsicle sticks, and a little patio for the fairies. Adding a small birdbath would also be lovely, and it would provide a nice resting spot for your backyard birds.

A simple fairy garden that emphasizes flowers and plants,
but still exudes joyful storybook charm.


Photo by Alison HodgsonMore home design photos

A little more involved, we love that this fairy garden was made in a vintage red wagon (which means you can move it anywhere on a whim!).


Photo by Cozy Little HouseSearch patio pictures

This adoring fairy garden was (ingeniously) constructed in a table.
It’s even more perfect because of the drop leaves – with this DIY, you can
be charmed by the fairies and still use the table for serving tea to friends.


Photo by Nelson Design Associates, inc.Browse landscape ideas

Our Puppy Love Miniature Garden Fairy and Miniature Garden Wishing Well
are just two of our fairy garden pieces. See the rest here, and send us
pictures of your own DIY fairy gardens this summer!


Puppy Love Miniature Garden Fairy | DIY Fairy GardenMiniature Garden Wishing Well | DIY Fairy Garden

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