Pixie Garden Doors!


Material

  • Packet Paddle Pops (I used colouered ones but you could paint them)
  • PVA/Wood Glue
  • Glitter paint pens

Method

  1. Place the paddle pop sticks together.,( I used 6 for each of my doors)
  2. Place 2 paddle pop sticks across the 6 together, with glue on the underside of them.
  3. Cut off 1 end of each of the 2 paddle pops laying across. Use a glitter paint pen to make a door know and to decorate if you wish.
  4. Find a lovely little pixie place in your garden, place some pebbles/stones upto the door and you have a lovely little pixie place :) (fairies too if you wish, my sons are into garden pixies as this is what I grew up reading about)

Notes... Let your imagination go wild. Our children loved this project and the wonderment of a pixie living in our garden.

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  • michelle_margetts
    • 25 Feb 2014
      4:14 pm

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  • Such a great idea I love it

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  • My girls would make heaps for their garden just to see the pixi’s


    • Great to let you children’s imagination run wild

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  • such a cute idea. Thanks for sharing

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  • Pixie or dairy doors, the little girls would love these

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  • So cute and easy!

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  • Such a great idea the little ones will love,will share this!

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  • With some decoration they would make an incredible gift for my niece. Thanks

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  • How cute and so economical. I believe these are quite popular at the moment and can be very expensive. Thank you

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  • my daughter would adore this one

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  • I really like this idea, we have a fairy garden, definitely time to add some pixie doors I think.

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  • A very cute idea. My toddler will love this!


    • yes kids will love this cute fairy door. how fun is this?

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  • What a great idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • Just a gorgeous idea. We had fairy rings made out of little pebbles and flowers. If my daughters were lucky, sometimes there were presses left for them by the fairies in the rings

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  • thats a fun way of keeping the kids involved wth the garden and nature

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  • i love these little pixie doors great way to get kids to respect the garden beds

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