Crafty ideas

Make a Fairy Easter Hat

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This video shows you how to make a Fairy Easter Hat shaped like a toadstool house. A fun and creative project is a fantastic way to keep your little ones entertained in the Easter break.

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Fairy Spring Baskets

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Spring has just sprung so why not make the most of spring flowers such as miniature daffodils (narcissus), crocus, or primroses.  We have used a selection of colourful baskets, which are quite readily available this time of year for collecting Easter eggs.                                    1.  Line the bottom of your basket, with some plastic and fill with compost. Plant your chosen  spring flowers. 2. Browse our scenic collection  you could add some yellow reindeer moss and green scatter grass which really compliments the spring colours of...

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Five ways to show your fairy a little love on Valentine's Day

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  1. Make a Romantic fairy garden. Fairy folk love a little romance why not make them a little love garden. Miniature indoor roses are very popular this time of year, so why not plant one of these in your fairy garden. In our example we have used a crate and painted it pink. Line your container fill with compost and add your rose plant. We have covered compost with scatter grass, and pink reindeer moss and pink gravel. We have added our pixies sweet memory set.  Lastly just add those final little touches, we have used rabbits and toadstools but just use your imagination and have some...

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Build your own Santa's Workshop

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You can buy this kit for £49.99 from our crafty kits collection. Here's how to put it together; Step 1: Choose a base for your diorama such as a box or crate Step 2: Assemble your flat-pack wooden workshop and glue to secure. Step 3: Place your built workshop into your base to help you plan your floor space. Step 4: Line your base with snow and wallpaper. One half will be outside the workshop and one half will be the inside floor.   Step 5: Tac or glue the miniature toys onto the shelves and worktop. Using tac allows...

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Green fingered projects for Christmas

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It's quite fun to make a festive fairy garden and they also make an effective Christmas decoration. Real plants fit in perfectly with our ceramic garden features.                   For the larger red planter we have used a red berry plant (Gaultheria Procumbous) which looks very festive and matches the red tin perfectly. Firstly, fill the bottom of tin with compost, take your plant and try in different positions until you are happy. If you leave the plant in it's pot, it will be easy to remove after Christmas and the Gaultheria Procumbous can...

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