These are the fairy gardens that were at the celebration in my daughter's town last year. I like the little things that the wagon had, the arbor and the country wind mill.
You do not have to have a lot of room to make one of these gardens. This one is in container the size of a mixing bowl. I love the little table and chairs. Look at those birdhouses.:) I hope my granddaughters will make a garden this year. If they do here, then I will get photos.
Wishing all of you a wonderful "hump day".....I am hoping the sun shines today. XO
I love these little gardens. We saw them last year at the Home & Garden Show. They had some like you have too! I LOVE flowers growing everywhere....lolReplyDelete
Blessings to your day!
Gert, I just went to town and walked with my sister. We saw so many nice trees and tulips. It's about the most perfect time. We stood in front of a lilac and the fragrance was heavenly. God is good. I am happy your oriole was singing for you this morning. xoxo,SusieDelete
I've always wanted to make one of these...maybe this year! Enjoy your day my friend! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Diane, Aren't they cute? I need one for myself. Here I have been thinking for the g.daughters, when I could enjoy one. LOL. I have already gone to town and walked with my sister...this is the first time in forever. Blessings for a wonderful day, xoxo,SusieDelete
Lots of sunshine here today, Susie. Our high temperature is expected to reach the mid-eighties again. xo NellieReplyDelete
Nellie, I really prefer 60-70's, but I will not whine about the 80's...as I whined enough about the cold winter. LOL. We are to have rain this weekend. So I better enjoy this pretty weather. xoxo,SusieDelete
I adore the fairy gardens and would love to make one. The little miniature accessories are so cute. I hope your granddaughters will enjoy making one.ReplyDelete
So thankful for your daughter's improvement. Thank you Lord.
I am very thankful that my daughter is getting better, just want to know what happened for sure. I adore those little fairy garden things. Hope you can make yourself one soon. xoxo,SusieDelete
Those little fairy gardens are wonderful!ReplyDelete
Have a sunny day Susie!! hugs!!
It is pretty today Beth. I went to town and did a couple little walk abouts with my sister Jeanie. Then we sat out side and listened to birds and visited..It seems so long ago we did this last. Hope your day is a nice one with good weather and birds singing. xoxo,SusieDelete
oh how cute love the fairy stuff
oh I hope its warm there for ya
nice here so far today
Patty, It is starting to feel hot outside. I watered my containers..well the ones that anything in them :):) We are to have rain this weekend. Hope you are enjoying some wonderful outdoor time. xoxo,SusieDelete
Love fairy gardens and they're fun to do..ReplyDelete
Missy, I think I need one for myself.LOL It's almost hot here today. xoxo,SusieDelete
Oh, fairy gardens. You know how much I love fairies, Susie. If your Granddaughter makes one, I want to definitely see it. That would be fun for you to help her work on it.ReplyDelete
I loved your comment on my "thoughts" post today. It was my favorite so far. I even left you a reply back if you want to read it.
Have a wonderful day, Susie. Thank you for your friendship.
Thank you Sheri, I truly appreciate your friendship too.Delete
If Emma and Savannah make a fairy garden, I'll get photos. Hope your evening is great. xoxo,Susie
Too cute. I fear I am not delicate enough for fairy gardening.ReplyDelete
I was thinking of just getting a potted plant and adding some little things to it.LOL ..I have found that the plants I pick usually grow so think or high they hide the cute stuff. Hope you are having good weather. xoxo,SusieDelete
P.S. hi to CC
I love this post...I am going to share it with a friend whose daughter creates the cutest fairy gardens at our campground!
Sandi, I would love one of those little chair/table sets. I hope the gardener likes these. xoxo,SusieDelete
Some people find a way to be creative with everything they do. These little gardens are a great way to make and have something unique.ReplyDelete
When my granddaughter, Emma, made one here we used an old Barbie as our fairy.LOL When I would go to goodwill, I would pick up the 25 - 50 cent items of little animals to use in the gardens. But there is a whole industry out there making miniature things for the gardens Wow. These are great things for young kids to make...might get them interested in gardening. xoxo,SusieDelete
This is such a great idea! Your fairy garden is so so cute! Thanks for sharing! Greetings all the way from EnglandReplyDelete
These are so clever, because I imagine it isn't easy getting the scale right. They make me think of the Enid Blyton fairy stories I read as a child.ReplyDelete