Thursday, May 10, 2012

My Fairy Garden

A little tour......so much left to do, but it is a start.
I am still tweaking my fairy garden.  It was so much fun to do that I want to make more.  I am going to paint some flowers on the side of the box.  I copied the box idea from what I saw at the farm sale. 
Wishing all my bloggy friends a Happy Mothers Day.  XO

19 comments:

Sherri B. said...

Your fairy garden is so sweet, what a cute idea. I bet the grand kids just love it!

Happy Mother's Day to you too! xo

Karen Mortensen said...

So cute.

Julia said...

What a cute idea to keep the kids busy. They can be so creative. Just imagine what they can come up with for hours of fun.

I think that you are just a big kid at heart and I love that. Can't wait to see more. JB

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Getting ready to start gardening projects. Your fairy garden is cute! In Amish country there is a shop that sells alot of fairy garden stuff. Hope you have a Happy Mothers Day!~Hugs, Patti

Sweet Posy Dreams said...

That little house is just the cutest thing. I like the way you painted the words with the stick-on letters.

Kimberly said...

Can you come over and do my garden????

Kelly_Deal said...

How cute!

Gina said...

This is so cute, Debby! I would love to have a fairy garden.

Nan said...

Debby your fairy garden turned out so cute. I have yet to do mine. I've had one a long time but I wanted to do a second one after seeing those photos in the magazine of the cute ones in the wheelbarrow.

Gretchen said...

Debby, I absolutely love your fairy garden. It's so sweet and you have again tempted me to have one.

Gretchen

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NanaDiana said...

Debby- That is SOOOO cute. Love the little stone path. I just saw another one on someone else's blog and she used an old wheelbarrow that she had. I am planning to do a fairy garden with the kids for summer. WHAT a fun idea it is to do it in a box, too! xo Diana

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

Sweet fairy garden. They are so much FUN to make!
Happy Mom's Day.
Warmly,
deb

At Home in English Valley said...

Debby, That 's so cute. So many stores have all the littles that you need for a tiny garden. Love the technique you used to print on the box...crafty aren't you!!! btw, got my swap partner, and all the info I need. Problem child no more! Love, Penny

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

How cute is this fairy garden. I have wanted to do one for a while now but have not. Yours certainly now makes me want one.
Just had to come by and wish you a Happy Mother's Day.
Love ya
Maggie

LBP said...

Fairy gardens everywhere! I love them and your's is just adorable. I have just started mine and have only gotten as far as finding some quartz rocks to make the path and I found a cute little bridge (I think it probably went in an aquarium)
Thanks for sharing!

Linda

Susie said...

I am starting to feel envious of all the fairy gardens out there. I will have to have my g.daughter Emma come over and help me make one. Smiles to you,Susie

patchworkandlace said...

What a lovely idea ,my youngest would love your fairy garden,i shall make one for her ,thanks for the idea xxx

Kim-A Creative Spirit said...

OOOOOO glad I looked back at this post. SOOOOO adorable.