Upcycle a Pot into an adorable Fairy Door Clay Pot Planter. You are going to love this project and the results are stunning ..
You will love to make a Fairy Door Planter and it’s easy and inexpensive to make from a Clay Pot. You can use pebbles or small river rocks to decorate plus other miniature fairy garden supplies like moss, a fairy door, small fairy tools and toadstools. You could even use a bench or some wooden discs for paths.
You are going to love the popsicle stick fairy doors and also the broken pot fairy gardens. As always, be sure to scroll our page to the end and don’t forget to Pin your favorites as you go.
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How To Make A Fairy Door Clay Pot Planter
All your need to do is glue on the pebbles, fairy door, moss and other decorations until you have created a scene that you are happy with. Be as adventurous as you like.
You could add all sorts of embellishments so be sure to view other versions for inspiration. You can then plant it out with flowers, herbs or succulents. Again, whatever floats your boat. You could even add a gnome or some other mini creatures in around the base of your plants.
Need Fairy Garden Ornaments for your Next Project? —> Check out the super cute collection here
These Broken Pot Fairy Gardens should give you some added inspiration for your fairy door planter. You can find all the details here
You could even use Popsicle Sticks to make your own fairy door for your Clay Pot Planter. This would work very well and all you would need to do is glue it onto the front of your Pot. You can find the details for these Popsicle Stick Fairy Doors here
If you are looking for more ideas for your Fairy Garden, check out these awesome Wheelbarrow versions here
Now that you’ve checked out all the other ideas, if you would like the full details on this Fairy Door Clay Pot Planter you can find them on the ‘Crafts Unleashed’ Site here