Sunday, April 15, 2012

Our Miniature Fairy Garden

I love my miniature Fairy Gardens. 
I've collected quite a lot of things in the last 16 years.
In this garden,  I started using planters and pots because it's easier to change the flowers.
My little girl adds some whimsy.
Here's what I added to the rustic arches.
A wreath and moss softens it.
I had to have a chandelier in my miniature garden. 





The little fences you can buy add the individual look.
The brick path next to it helps create
 that cottage feel.
All the little houses lined up in a row.
The wire baskets are good, they look as though it's a fence around it.
Little signs help create the theme.
Of course, a little tea set!
More photos on Thyme for Home.

21 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, the fairy gardens are adorable! We just found out about fairy gardens late last summer (things are always a bit behind up here in Canada). My daughter and I plan to add a fairy village, bit by bit, this summer. I can't wait to get started now that I've seen yours! Thanks for sharing!! :)

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  2. Jody,
    You know you made me fall in love with the minis....Sooo cute!
    Love ,
    Mary

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  3. Since I moved here last fall, I haven't gotten out my fairy garden goodies. Got to do that. You've inspired me!
    Brenda

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  4. Your little garden is sweet. That girl statue really caught my eye too! I love how you draped her neck with what looks like glass grapes? Very pretty.

    Have a lovely week!
    Deborah

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  5. This is so sweet. I'm inspired to do one of my own. Trouble is that there is so much to do for the full sized garden. What is the blue flower in one of the top pictures?

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  6. Oh my, these are adorable and beautiful. I love the mushroom wreath hanging. I can't wait to get outside and get started.

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  7. Hello Jody ~~ Your fairy garden is so very charming... I'd love to link up.
    I'll join you this Friday with this week's post!
    Hugs Rosemary...

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  8. Your garden is soooo adorable...what fun it must be to have such a darling garden..xoxo Thanks for visiting me!

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  9. Wow!
    What a lovely garden you have!!!
    I wanna try the miniature garden.
    Thank you for sharing:)

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  10. I love your fairy garden. There is so much detail. And it shows your love for gardening...one of my favorite pastimes!
    I also enjoyed the goodies you made for the craft show. Hope you did very well!

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  11. Your fairy garden is so sweet and magical. Thanks for stopping by and following, following your lovely blog as well.

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  12. Hello, So glad you stopped by! I adore this garden - it is so cute and clever. So much to behold!
    Hope you have a great week,
    Kathy

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  13. My daughter would be in heaven in that beautiful fairy garden! It truly is spectacular!

    xo, abby

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  14. As I commented on your other blog.. Amazing!! Just love it!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  15. Beautiful, just beautiful - you have such a magical touch!

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  16. Hi Jody,
    I would love to share on Simple&Sweet Fridays. Problem is, I don't know how. Don't laugh, I am still very computer illiterate. HELP!

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  17. My daughter would love this! Last year when I went to the fair, there were little fairy houses made out of stumps...they were the cutest things :)

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  18. I wish I could shrink and wander around inside your miniature garden!

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  19. Enchanting!
    I'm a new follower! ...so much inspiration here!

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