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Fairy Gardens In Broken Terra Cotta Pots | DIY

Fairy gardens are so much fun to make. I have fairies and gnomes in my yards. I love them. They add such a nice touch of whimsey to the yard-scape. There is a big array of miniature fairies and accessories to look at and choose from. Any of these will make your fairy gardens charming and beautiful.

This is a nice twist on a fairy garden. I know that we have all had broken terra cotta pots. Now we can create wonderful little fairy gardens with them.

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http://backyardpatch.blogspot.com/2012/05/celebrate-in-minature-make-fairy-garden.html

Look at how much fun you can have with your imagination and creativity. Time to break some pottery and get some fairy gardens made! Yes, for this I would take a hammer to some terra cotta pots and get my fairy gardens made. Find the miniature fairies you love, and start yours too.

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6 comments to Fairy Gardens In Broken Terra Cotta Pots | DIY

  • Vicky

    This is the cutest idea I have ever come across. Thank goodness for creative people like you, to show us non-creative people how to liven up our gardens. Thank you so much,
    Vicky

  • Chuck

    How about some instructions on how to make these? How to break a terracotta pot smoothly and cleanly?

  • Angie

    These are really difficult to make!

    You will need a grinder with a diamond point blade- my dremel died while trying. And then you need to seal the edges so water and soil don’t run out.

    Really tough.

    I have made a few.

    • Scarlett Scarlett

      These can be tough if you are looking for defined lines. You can actually take a hammer to these pots but you are going to get a more jagged or rough edge look. For a defined line you need to use a proper cutting tool, such as a saws all or a 3/8th angle grinder with a cutting blade. I would not recommend using a dremel as your main cutting tool because it is meant more for finish work.

  • john

    A TILE CUTTER (SUCH AS USED ON FLOOR TILE) SHOULD DO FOR CUTTING THE POTS THEY HAVE A DIAMOND CHIP SAW BLADE, I HAVE EVEN USED MINE TO CUT MIRROR TILES , WORKS BETTER THAN A GLASS CUTTER.

  • Kathryn Ward

    Surely the idea is to use pots that have already broken accidentally?!! It’s reusing and up cycling is it not?

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