30 exemplos adoráveis de jardins em xícaras

Grande parte das pessoas se diverte à beça na hora de decorar suas casas, seja tanto planejando os móveis como comprando bibelôs – sobretudo aqueles que adquirimos em viagens, não é mesmo?

Em todo caso, deixar a nossa casa com a nossa cara é algo sem precedentes, pois as nossas peças tornam a casa ainda mais aconchegante e revelam um lado de nossa própria personalidade.

Enquanto algumas pessoas aproveitam o tempo livre da quarentena para decorarem suas casas, seja trocando os pôsteres, fazendo reparos ou renovando a pintura, outras pessoas decidiram dar um uso inovador a alguns objetos usados como, por exemplo, as xícaras.

Essas pessoas decidiram colocar plantinhas e criar pequenos jardins que se parecem com jardins de fadas, vindos diretamente dos contos literários para deixar as nossas vidas muito mais alegres e interessantes.

Os jardins das xícaras de chá podem ser a maneira mais fofa possível de trazer um pouco de paz e fantasia para a sua casa. Pensando nisso, trouxemos uma lista desses jardinzinhos para que você possa se inspirar e inovar em sua decoração. Veja só e vote no seu favorito nos comentários!

 

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Continuing a love for mini gardens in vintage teacups. Standard size 150ml vintage teacup . Real ‘tree’ ( bonsai starter Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Green Globe') and plants ( sedum lidium on the right and sedum rubrotinctum – jelly bean plant to the left) We drilled a hole in the bottom of teacup for drainage ( using a 5mm tile and ceramic drill bit although you wouldn’t need to use a drainage hole if just using succulents and water sparingly) Always loved these dollhouse cats that look like our own and delighted to find tiny glass replicas too in a toy shop to use in this garden. It looks like these ones are quite mischievous though ? ?? The darling little half scale cream chairs were a gift from mini buddy @myminiatureabodes thank you! #minifairygarden

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All the pinks today ??? Made with real growing plants and dwarf tree. I made this little teacup garden for my Mother-in-law on Mother’s Day who loves pink and green & the three ceramic elephants represent my husband, myself and my daughter???They will be walking along the path (as in the second picture) but it just needs a few more days to dry to a nice pale grey. The tree is a bonsai start ‘Hinoki Cypress‘ ( Chanaecyparis Obtusa Nana) and looks like a big tree with its lovely canopy. The other plants are pink jelly beans (pink?) ‘Sedum rubrotinctum’, sedum spurium ‘tricolour’, sedum little missy, sedum acre, Sedum Lidium and Hen & Chicks ‘Sempervivum tectorum’. I just used tiny cuttings so they can grow a little. The cup and saucer are new but have a lovely vintage look & from the Eclectic range by @saltandpepperhome ( the green ones I recently made are from the same range) I did think that the colour would be a little paler as it is in the photo ( and not such a bright pink, but still lovely) I also drilled a hole into the cup base for drainage. You then don’t need to be so careful with watering and your plants will be a lot happier. I forgot to show how I made this one so included pics from previous teacup garden where I laid the stone onto a layer of fine dry sand then a layer of grout mixed with sand. You can also purchase the plastic borders ( that look like wood) & ready made ‘special patio mix’ from @theminigardener ☺️?#minifairygarden

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#teacup #teacupgarden #little #succulents #cute #deer

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E, para encerrar com chave de ouro… os detalhes de um pequeno jardim visto de perto:

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The morning sun on our in-ground fairy garden ?✨ Love this time of year (Autumn) as the Shamrock Orange flowers (Oxalis massoniana) have started pushing through the soil in the middle garden. Wonderful plant for the mini garden as non invasive, low growing and produces these delicate orange flowers above fine green foliage all through Autumn. Swipe ➡️➡️ to see how much this garden has grown since this time last year. The house faded badly with the hot summer we had this year so it’s been repainted but still not totally happy with the colours as a little too bright. Will do it again but it’s like the weeding in the mini gardens – it’s great when I do it but seems like such a huge effort to work myself up to it ( and my daughter doesn’t want to help with these boring things ?) ?????⛺️??? #minifairygarden

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