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May 01, 2015

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Gabrielle Mader

Joan,

You can poke holes, I have my metal bin where I pokes holes through it and others I put some gravel on the bottom for drainage. I think with your flyer I'd use a drill and poke the holes.

Joan Bale

I have an old metal flyer wagon that I wold like to set up a fairy garden like you have in the wooden wagon. My question is how do I make drainage for it. Poke holes in the bottom?

GABRIELLE

Hi Juanita,

I have no idea, I found that picture on pinterest, I used it for inspiration for my own. The one I created was the first few pictures and the last picture, a birthday gift I put together for my friend. I did another one recently which I have not posted, in a bigger enamel pan. Sorry I wasn't much help. Have a great day.

Juanita

Where was the fairy house purchased in the wooden wagon totally love it

Ellen Clark

I have 2 natural ones

Ellen Clark

I have 2 natural ones

Gabrielle Mader

Hi Karen! yes, there are some great ideas all over the internet, I made this one last year for my good friend. I'm gearing up in the next couple of weeks to make one for myself, I've started to collect a few items here and there. Good luck!

KAREN JOHNSON

I LOVE ALL YOUR IDEAS. I'M AN AVID FAIR COLLECTOR AND AM LOOKING FOR IDEAS FOR A FAIRY GARDEN IN A MEDAL ORB. I CAN'T WAIT TO GET STARTED.
THANKS FOR ALL THE WONDERFUL IDEAS.
A FAIRY SISTER
KAREN

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