Transform a broken clay pot into something stunningly impressive with this fairy garden pot idea. We stuffed our broken pot garden with colorful succulents, moss, and a wishing well—but you can customize your potted fairy garden house any way you want.
If you are planning on breaking a pot for this fairy garden flower pot, first fill the inside of the pot with cardboard or foam. Carefully use a hammer to break the pot into separate pieces, keeping the back wall of the pot intact. Be cautious of sharp edges.
To start your broken pot fairy garden, arrange pieces of broken pot to make different levels of the fairy garden. Use a clear silicone adhesive or sculpting clay to hold pieces of the fairy garden pot in place. Let dry.
Fill the flower pot fairy garden structure's crevices with watered potting soil. Make sure to pack the soil down to support the plants and the broken pieces in the center.
To create "steps" for your flower pot fairy house, break terra-cotta pieces with hammer to make smaller parts. Place cardboard underneath the terra-cotta before using hammer to protect the surface where you are working. Arrange small pieces on soil to make "steps."