Garden dragonflies, also known as garden butterflies, are a favorite of nature photographers and gardeners everywhere.
But they also make a pretty cute pet.
But what if you have a garden that’s too small to display them in their natural habitat?
This article will show you how to create a miniature garden dragon butterfly garden with a few simple tools and materials.
Create a miniature butterfly garden by placing a miniature dragonfly in your garden and a small piece of wire on the bottom of your garden.
Cut a hole in the wire and add a couple of flowers to the top of the hole.
Tie a piece of ribbon around the wire, creating a small hanging basket.
Place a few tiny butterfly wings in the basket, creating the butterfly garden.
Place the basket on a wall or a shelf and add the wire to the bottom.
Place some wire around the basket to create the butterfly house.
Place an ornamental flower on the top and add some flowers to fill the basket.
Cut some flower petals and add to the butterfly basket.
Add some flowers in the flower basket to add some color to the garden.
Add a couple more flower petal to the basket and add one more flower to the butterflies.
Place two or three butterfly wings on top of each other and add another flower to create another butterfly garden!
This project is a fun way to have a miniature miniature garden garden and is also a great way to add color and some extra flair to your backyard.
This is an easy project that can be done with just a few tools and supplies.
You’ll also want to add a few decorative flower baskets.
There are many ways to decorat your garden, and this project is perfect for a backyard that has a lot of space.
The Butterfly Garden is a great place to place a small garden dragon, and if you make a few changes, it’s a great option for your garden too.
Make this mini butterfly garden today!
This post was created by Lauren, a New York City native.
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This is the fourth in our series of DIY Projects for Kids.
The previous posts featured DIY projects for toddlers, teens, and preschoolers.
All of these projects were for kids ages 3-5.
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