Friday, July 18, 2014

Fairy Gardens

Look at that cute miniature columbine!

 Technically, this is a gnome garden, only because we had a little gnome that needed a place to live.

 When we were in San Diego a few years ago we went to Summers Past Herb Farm. Oh what a place! I loved it and could have spent a whole day there. (I only got a couple of hours - our teenaged son was with us:) They had done a fairy garden in an old wheelbarrow. Well, we had an antique wheelbarrow and when we got home we went to work making a little garden of our own. Have you noticed how many places sell fairy garden stuff? Everywhere! And it's all so cute. Since then we've gotten more little things and so we made another garden this summer.

Rick made this planter box awhile ago and I wanted to use it again. It just needs a few more things. I think I might go back and buy a little pond I saw when I got the plants. Oh, and I guess it needs a fairy or two! 


vivian said...

Love your little fairy garden! arent they just fun to make!? mine is looking a little over grown and needs my attention.. maybe today Ill spray up with nasty old bug spray and work outside for a while... uh... or not! lol!
have a great day

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Hi Cindy - I saw that you posted this 3 days ago and have been so busy, but this is the first place I came as soon as I found some free time.
I just love your little fairy garden - it is so sweet! The tiny birdhouse and bird baths are darling! Your precious grandson must love coming to visit the fairy garden, too.
Your new header is pretty - I love your magnolia tree. My Mother used to call them 'tulip trees' and she always had one growing in her yard. I have a 'star magnolia' which is white and not as pretty.
Hope you are having a lovely week!
Hugs xo Karen

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

This is so inspirational! I have always wanted to start a fairy garden and yours makes me want to even more so! Beautiful!

Helen Philipps said...

Love your fairy garden, Cindy! It is so sweet. I love the idea and must have a try at making one soon too!
Happy week!
Helen xox