10 beautiful fairy garden wreaths that you can make!
While I was browsing my Monday link up parties (see where I party HERE), I came across a beautiful fairy garden wreath from Satsuma Designs that I just fell in love with. And it got me thinking, I’ve seen so many variations of fairy gardens with all kinds of creative set ups and upcycled pieces, but I haven’t seen many fairy garden wreaths.
I turned to Pinterest to search around, and to my surprise, I really struggled to find these 10 DIYs! So I will be adding fairy garden wreath to my ever-growing list because we just can’t have that. Haha!
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Let’s Get Started!
Butterfly Fairy Garden Wreath from Satsuma Designs
This is the one that started the whole thing. The sprays of pink little balls really add a magical feeling to this wreath – almost like fairy lights.
Woodland Wreath from Frankie Brown via Ravelry
This link is for a free knitting pattern to create everything on this wreath you see! Wow! There are so many pieces, and such great detail. It’s made using DK weight yarn, but really the embellishments can be made in whatever you have on hand – thread, lightweight even worsted weight. Great wreath for stashbusting.
Easy Fairy Garden Wreath from One Savvy Mom
I love the basic wreath form this wreath starts with! Although it would be easy to create your own, this one takes all the guess work out of it, and is so perfect for the theme! Add the fairy lights in, and it really doesn’t need anything else, though the other embellishments are beautiful too! I love the little girl peaking over the flowers – tells such a fun story!
A Fairy Garden on Your Door from The Country Chic Cottage
The variations of green have really won me over on this one! They just look so great together. Pair it with that cheerful, inviting yellow door and the fun pops of color in the toadstools! I could see my crocheted toadstools on a wreath like this!
Felt Woodland Wreath from Lia Griffith
I was a little disappointed at first to see that you have to be a paying member to get the instructions to create this wreath, but you actually don’t – there are links to the free DIYs for each of the pieces, which is awesome! So many beautiful elements in this wreath, and I just love that they are created with felt! Don’t see too many felt projects, but it’s so neat to see how the look varies when it’s felted and not, but together, they go so well! I especially like the blue butterflies – I really think they add to the woodland fairy garden feel as opposed to say orange butterflies.
Fall Fairy Garden Wreath from The DIY Mommy
With the bright green from the boxwood wreath, I don’t get too much of a Fall vibe from this wreath – it actually reminds me of a peaceful morning at the park, though I don’t find deer at my local parks. Hehe.
I am a big fan of galvanized metal – you’ll find quite a bit in my home decor, but what a neat idea to take a simple tray, turn it vertical, and build this diorama onto it!
There’s Gnome Place Like Home Spring Wreath from Spool and Spoon via Flamingo Toes
The link to the wreath no longer goes to an active blog (so sad when that happens!) but it was featured from a link party hosted by Flamingo Toes, and that is where the link above goes to. I almost didn’t include it here, but as I mentioned, I was struggling to find 10 fairy garden wreaths, and it is a really cute wreath that makes for great DIY inspiration!
Floating Fairy Garden from Craft Warehouse
With all this greenery and this close up photo, I really feel like I’m in the forest with that sweet little fairy about to enter a magical garden though that little gate!
Fairy Garden Wreath from Create Craft Love
Another beauty that features galvanized metal! I really like how the moss is hanging off the side of the frame, especially covered in those pretty pink flowers!
Fairy Garden Wreath from the DIY Network
You may have noticed from Faye’s Succulent Garden that I love succulents! So many different varieties, colors and shapes, and they are so easy to take care of, and replant – even in a wreath! Since there are other items on the wreath that can’t be soaked (unless they are removable), spray your succulents and moss with water to keep them hydrated, and they’ll keep growing! I think the little house that’s on this wreath is really cute too! So neat to see how it can start as a plain and simple little wooden bird house, and totally transform!
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