Who’s ready to deck the halls? While you’re hanging the holly and trimming the tree, don’t forget to give your fairy garden the holiday spirit!
In my own mini garden, I added small crystal chips to look like ice, some mini pine trees, and signs pointing the way to the North Pole and Reindeer Parking. I also used pieces of wire to turn small poinsettia buttons into garden stakes. (I’m thinking my hedgehog needs a little Santa hat for the season, too.) I found all these in my local craft stores. Here are some more fairy garden Christmas decorations to deck your own mini halls.
Merry Christmas Metal Banner. Welcome all the fairies and their friends to your festive mini garden with this tiny banner. (Joann.com)
Tiny Treasures Light Bulb Banner. These don’t light up, but you can wrap them around plants or drape them around the edge of your pot. (Michaels.com)
Jingle Bell LED Glimmer String. The tiny LED light strings available now are perfect for your fairy garden. This string also has little jingle bells to add extra merry fun! (Pier1.com)
Red Resin Gift Box. Give your fairies a present or two by sprinkling these little gift boxes around your garden. (Joann.com)
Fence with Lamps and Garland. Classic green garland and red bows belong in every holiday scene. (Michaels.com)
Cardinal Mini Light Strand. These tiny cardinals light up thanks to mini LEDs. String them through your plants or add them to a small Christmas tree. (Joann.com)
Mini Stockings (Set of 3). Even fairies hang their stockings for Santa! (fairygardenstore.com)
Snowman Fairy Family. No winter fairy garden is complete without a snowman or two. This icy family will help you set a festive holiday scene. (fairygardenstore.com)
Red and Green Swirl Ornaments. Hang your mini plants and trees with this set of 8 ornaments. (factorydirectcraft.com)
Gingerbread Cookie Ornaments. They look good enough to eat – but don’t. Instead, use them to dress up your fairy garden for Christmas. (factorydirectcraft.com)