If you too have been trying faithfully to catch a Leprechaun like we have in our household for years, this leprechaun garden might just help you succeed. We always seem to fail. They dye out toilets green and they drop their golden chocolate coins, but they never stick around for long. This year, we crafted a miniature leprechaun garden like we have done outside to attract fairies. With a trip to the craft store and local garden center, this is a great weekend garden craft to enjoy with the family.
We made these darling miniature mushrooms from bakeable clay. They look too cute among the oxalis.
With a yard full of lush green moss it was fun to create this green inspired leprechaun garden.
I wonder if you’ll catch one this year?
Head on over to HGTV Gardens for all of my instructions.
Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest
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5 thoughts on “A Leprechaun Garden”
How cute is that?!!! Does he leave a pot of gold?
Ours has been coloring our milk green for years and all of a sudden…the eggshells are green this year! 😮
Cute post, Melissa. Thanks for linking up with The Clever Chicks!
Kathy Shea Mormino
The Chicken Chick
This is just tooo cute! I wish I had a green thumb and could re-create this because I seriously just love it!!
What a wonderful Shamrock garden!! Love it!!
Thank you for linking up at Fluster's Creative Muster. Hope to see you next week!
Robin @ Fluster Buster