These little elf babies are relaxing in their little forest (to be). Hoping the fern plant takes off now that we have some sun. The next picture is a little clearer. See the little bird on her nest and the little butter pat plate. The blue glass stones make a little pond that they can dip their little toes in to cool off.
This one is a little whimsy garden. No house but two fairies......and they came from Happy Meals last year, lol. This was the one I made in a workshop earlier. One plant didn't make it. I moved some things out and added some different things.
This next one I made for a friend. It has a gnome with a wheelbarrow, a shovel, and some bees on a stick. It has a thyme planted in it.
The color on this one didn't come out well. I made this one for my Daughter-in-law. The two angels are called "best friends". I had to shove them onto the bench so they won't be moving anytime soon. Again herbs are planted in this one. There is a tiny frog and two little clay pots that have parsley and sage written on them. The color is so far off but it was really pretty.
And my original little stone house with a couple gnomes, some tools......and a new bee hive from Hubby and some tiny gifted toad stools. I also used fairy mulch on the top of them.Okay dokey, I still have more for you. My flower boxes are not exactly fairy gardens but pretty different. One of them has the vintage camper that I bought. I want to add a couple of things and then I will show you those. In the mean time, everything else has been neglected. We have weeds everywhere outside due to all the rain. I love these miniature gardens in containers. I can move them around in the sun and shade. My granddaughter loved seeing all of them.
So see you back in the garden.