Rustic-style fairy gardens call for a particular style in furniture and accessories. Rustic furniture made with tree branches is extremely popular for full-scale garden decor, and you can achieve the same look for your fairy gardens with these cute and clever projects that use tiny twigs and other natural materials, such as grasses and acorns.
The projects will integrate nicely with just about any fairy garden you make, as the rustic garden style is made for this miniature art form.
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Ordinary acorns picked off the ground were used to create this miniature tea/coffee set. Other small nuts, such as hazelnuts, could also be used.
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It isn't twig furniture, but it does look cute in a fairy garden. This reading chair made from walnut shells can be "upholstered" with a range of fabrics, or planted with moss for a natural seat effect in a miniature garden.
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The rustic twig table shown here is made in dolls house (1:12 scale) and is a great project for a fairy garden. If you have access to hazelnuts (filberts) or acorns, you can make an acorn tea or coffee set, or some wine glasses to set on your tiny table. The table is made from twigs, with a top of craft wood covered with dried grass stems.
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This miniature arbor will work in any style fairy garden. In rustic scenes, it adds a civilized touch that contrasts nicely. For a more homey effect, it could be made with burlap rather than needlepoint fabric.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Gazing balls might not seem like an expected accessory for a rustic fairy garden, but these ornaments date back to the late middle ages and thus are completely suited for the medieval feel found in many fairy gardens.