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It is finally wintertime in the miniature garden! Are the chilly, snowy months your favorite? Do you love decorating your fairy garden for the holidays and coldest weeks of the year? If so, it may be time to take your miniature garden decorations up just a notch with the addition of instant snow. That is right—instant snow, a white, fluffy landscape that can be produced no matter the weather!
Sometimes the threat of snow can cast a cloud of worry over the miniature garden since fairy garden accessories can become wet, miniature plants can be buried, and the low temperatures might spell disaster. However, an instant snow product puts you in control of exactly how much snow you use, where you use it, and how long you will include it in your fairy garden. Whether you have an outdoor space or an indoor container garden, you can utilize instant snow to turn your miniature garden into a winter wonderland.
Just mix this product with water, and it will produce snow that can last for days or even weeks. SnoWonder cleans up quickly and easily, and it will not melt into your garden like natural snow. Additionally, it will not blow around in the air, so you can just set up your snowy miniature garden scene to create a fun-filled snow scene. Do you want to move your snow from one container garden to another? The product can be reused and “fluffed” to give it a new, fresh look.
Once you have acquired some instant snow, what wondrous scenes will you create? The possibilities are endless with an instant snow product; it is incredibly versatile and easy to modify as you change and add to your fairy garden. You can spread it on top of soil or grass to use as a base for your entire miniature garden, or lightly dust the fairy garden in flurries of “snow.” Be sure to add the fake snow to the branches of miniature trees or pile it atop fairy houses and miniature accessories.
Set the Scene
As you build your snowy miniature garden, you may decide to add the artificial snow to your landscape with additional miniature accessories, garden fairies, trolls, and other wee folks. During the holiday season, Christmas trees and brightly wrapped gifts can be displayed in a merry scene. You might also consider light-up fairy houses that appear to glow in the snowy flakes, or even place snow around the base of a hot chocolate stand for the fairies and other garden residents. Animals are extra fun in a snow-filled garden, especially when friends like roly-poly bears, friendly squirrels, and plump birds are playing in the fluffy, white groundcover.
Other details can be especially appropriate in a winter garden. A metal sled or shovel, when placed with care in a pile of snowflakes, brings a quaint, natural look to the miniature garden that will have all visitors floating back into memories of long-ago winters, snow days spent home from school, and warm winter holidays.
If you want to add an extra-special touch to your snowy fairy garden, consider stringing tiny lights, a glowing solar miniature house, or even a sprinkle of fairy dust. Any of these elements add just the right amount of sparkle in the sunshine or the moonlight.
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