Thursday, June 21

How to assemble a fairy garden

Gather materials and fairy hunters. Carefully choose plants that won't overwhelm the fae. Discuss plans with your fellow fairy hunters. Plant, cover with moss, add paths. Add more paths. Add furniture and be proud of your work. Make necessary adjustments. Fill pool with Water Blaster. Water plants with the same.

11 comments:

  1. Leslie~
    You are a most fine (in no particular order) grandma, photographer, storyteller and creator of magic! thank you for sharing this joy!

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  2. I can just hear the little Fairies clapping their hands when they discover their lovingly prepared garden.
    Your adorable grandchildren are blessed to have a grandmother like you. Mine will come for a visit in October.
    Where did you find this beautiful fairy furniture?

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  3. oh such happy faes and children! my how the have grown! looks like grandma bliss to me! xo

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  4. Beautiful! What a wonderful idea.

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  5. What? WHAT?!

    Is this kind of magic going on somewhere?!?

    This is some of the most cutest lovelier than bestest stuff I've seen in weeks. YOU ROCK!

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  6. I remember doing this with my children. What wonderful memories. We hid ours in the back yard behind an old tree. We heard the fairies didn't like to be seen. It was fun watching the kids sneaking back there trying to catch the fairies enjoying their garden.

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  7. This is so adorable in every way, Leslie!

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  8. So sweet. It's looks like a fun time making a beautiful fairy garden was had by all!

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  9. Dear Leslie, What a beautiful thing to create with your grandchildren. Have any fairies arrived yet? When I was a little girl I loved to imagine fairies in the gardens and trees. I knew they must be there! You are the gift here... roxanne

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  10. gosh!!! SOOOO CUTE!!!! i am sure the fairies would LOVE it!!

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  11. Yes, yes!
    what fun

    we used to make these in the 50's
    and also gardens on tin trays with mirrors for ponds!
    so sorry I missed this post before!

    ox

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