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How To Make a DIY Gnome Garden

This week has been quite the rainy one, which has put our outdoor projects on hold for a bit. However, during a break from the rain one day, I decided to head outside to work on creating a DIY gnome garden I’ve been meaning to get around to for a while. This was a fairly quick project that took me less than an hour to complete from start to finish! Hope you enjoy watching it progress!

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Enjoy, friends!

Love and light,
Meagan

2 thoughts on “How To Make a DIY Gnome Garden”

  1. Elizabeth wagner

    My daughter was just asking to get a fairy house kit and we recently cut down a huge cedar tree so we have wood we could use. I’ll have to see what our dollar store has! Thanks for this! Also, wood sorrel or clover might be good to grow because they won’t grow too tall.

    1. Good idea! Come to think of it, I think there was a patch of red clover growing by this stump. Maybe it will come back up! I think I’ll definitely add some succulents to this space. Something that won’t spread too quickly and take over, though.

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