I keep catching myself scrolling (and adoring) all of the little fairy gardens on Pinterest. Does anyone else do this? What ever happened to fairies? When I was little, I couldn't go anywhere near a forest or garden without them turning into magical places, full of buzzy little beings. For some reason, I keep dismissing the idea of making a garden of my own. I don't have a daughter to appreciate it. But then I realized that I was crazy and asked Camden what he thinks, boys love fairy gardens too. So, when I showed him some fairy garden options, the first thing that popped out of his mouth was, "I can put some dinosaurs in that!" Well OF COURSE YOU would put dinosaurs that -that makes PERFECT sense! Why didn't I think of this sooner. Really, sometimes it takes a four year old to put -things that I think about way too much- into perspective. So, long story short, we decided to call ours I mean his garden The Lost World. And you can't tell it in the picture, but that little birdhouse is jam packed with little dinosaurs. Seriously, I can't get them out. It truly is a Lost Dinosaur City.
So that you don't find yourself wandering around the Garden Center aimlessly, here is a list of supplies:
Pebbles -on hand
Dirt -on hand
Small Pond Liner -$12 at Lowes
Tiny Plants -$2 a piece
Small Clear Plant Saucer -$1 at Lowes
Some type of Bird House/Dinosaur Hut -$2 at Goodwill