Pebble Fairy Mushrooms

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By General Crafts Contributor Michelle

Create little mushrooms for your fairy garden with a DIY tutorial for all ages!

Make a little springtime magic with the kids by creating these sweet fairytale-like mushrooms for your potted plants or yard.

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Here’s what you’ll need to make your own:

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To begin, give your pebbles a base coat of paint.  Let dry.

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Give another coat of paint, if needed, to cover your pebble.  Let dry, then add spots or other designs.  Let dry again.

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Paint your sticks whatever color you want your mushroom stems to be, and let them dry.  Then, using your nippers, cut them into shorter lengths.  Be sure to make them an inch or more longer than you want your stem to be, so you have some stick to push into the ground to make your mushroom stand up.

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Use a sizeable dab of E6000 to adhere your stems to the bottom of your pebble mushroom cap.  Prop up, stick side up in a cup, can, or with a ball of tinfoil as a base, until they dry.  If you are planning on using your mushrooms for outside decorating, I suggest spraying them with a couple of coats of clear acrylic coating to weatherproof them.

DIY Pebble Mushrooms

Finally, go put your cute little pebble mushrooms in your flowerbeds, fairy garden, or in a potted plant in the house.

Pebble Mushrooms

Use bigger and smaller pebbles and sticks to make fairy mushrooms of all sizes to add some whimsical charm to your springtime garden!

Happy Crafting!


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One thought on “Pebble Fairy Mushrooms

  1. Liliane Abergel

    I love the fairies’ mushrooms! In the process of tranforming a 55 gallon aquarium into a Fairies’ Land I spentd hours on Pinterest and what delightful hours too! What fun I’m having searching for DIY items and the mushrooms hit my eye right away, so I pinned the whole thing!! I thank you Michelle for all the lovely ideas 🙂 Keep them coming, Liliane … PS: as I get projects finished I’ll share … after I discover how to transfer from my phone to Pinterest …

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