Wednesday, July 31, 2013

~ Fairy Picnic Basket and Simple & Sweet Fridays #74~

I saw the cutest idea ever and had to make one!
A Fairy Picnic Basket.
I bought a picnic basket at the thrift store.
 Line the basket with a black liner.
Trim the excess with scissors and then add a ground cover.
I used blue star creeper,
add some old vintage plates and an empty bottle of wine.
I found my fairies at Summers Past Farms in Flinn Springs.
But, you could probably find them online. 

Instead of  using all plates in the holders I added
 some small vases and picked some fresh roses.
Of course, a little fairy under a glass looks cute!

I attached a little fairy holding onto the cork!
The picnic basket is a perfect place for the fairies to play!
I also added some new fairy food to my Etsy.
Of course, the fairies need some fruits and vegetables!




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32 comments:

  1. I ADORE this! I think I have the same picanic basket....and that little faery holding the wine cork! so adorable. Your features are great and those onions! lol, who knew they could look so pretty and chic! I'm the first to link up, how fun is that :D....thanks for hosting again, I love this place. :D

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  2. I love anything that has to do with pic nic baskets, I have a lovely red one like this and a blue one at home. Thanks for sharing!

    -Brittany Ruth

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  3. Oh my, how darling. My daughter would flip over this! I'm flipping over it. So sweet is your little fairy basket. :)

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  4. That fairy picnic basket IS the cutest thing ever!! Love it :)
    Thanks for hosting-great features!
    Susan

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  5. What a sweet post! Love how you made the ground cover with the creeper and the fairy on the wine cork looks so adorable:) Picnic baskets are always so much fun! Thanks for the party! Have a lovely day!~Poppy

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  6. Thanks for letting me join in! Love the fairy picnic basket!

    ~Trisha

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  7. What fabulous features, Jody. Thanks for hosting. xo

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  8. What a darling Fairy Picnic Basket!! Precious idea!

    Judy

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  9. I want to be a fairy having a picnic at your place...wonderful pics...Thanks for the linky. Christine from Little Brags

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  10. I love the fairy basket and want to make one!!! We use to have fairy houses when my daughter was younger.

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  11. Jody and Stan,
    The Fairy Garden is just the cutest thing in the picnic basket!!
    I did a post about a Gnome Garden that I made which I linked up...Thanks so much for hosting!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  12. Your fairy basket is adorable. Love all the sweet fairies, so cute. Thanks for hosting!

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  13. Oh, my... That is one cute picnic basket, Jody!! - So adorable that I wish I kept an old picnic basket I threw away years ago... :) Thanks for the party too! Lots of great inspiration from last week's party. Hugs from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

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  14. Your picnic basket is so cute with all these flower fairies.

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  15. Thank you so much for featuring my framed flowers. That fairy basket is sooo sweet.

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  16. That fairy picnic is the cutest! Thank you for hosting!
    Sherry

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  17. What a visual treat - a picnic basket fairy garden. When my daughter was small she would have loved that. Thank you for hosting.
    Rob

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  18. What could be sweeter than a fairy garden in a picnic basket. I love the fairy pulling on the cork! Thanks for hosting. Have a lovely week.
    Joy

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  19. What a darling picnic basket! I collect the same flower fairies. Thank you for hosting!


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  20. Hi Jody! Thank you so very much for including my dream catchers and wind catchers in your features this week! Hugs to you, sweetie!!! ♥

    xoxo laurie

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  21. Thank you for hosting such a fun party (I've been hanging around for a while!). Love your fairy basket!

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  22. What a darling picnic basket with all of it's little friends. Love the barn door table feature too. Thanks for hosting Jody & Stan, Patti

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  23. Your little fairy picnic basket is adorable, very cute idea. Especially the little food. Thanks for hosting. -Dawn

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  24. Oh my, that is so cute! I'm going kto leave to keep my eye open for a basket like that! Thanks for hosting, Laura

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  25. Hi Jody
    This is so adorable . What a cute idea. Jody I need you to send me your info since you won the giveaway on my blog. I wasn't sure if you knew you were one of the winners.
    Kris

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  26. Thanks for hosting Jody and Stan. Always a treat to join in. Have a great week.
    Joy

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  27. That fairy picnic is just magical!
    Thanks also for hosting your delightful parties! Such fun to bop around
    Cheers!

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  28. What a pretty picnic basket. I love the fairy theme. Thank you for featuring my table setting. I am very honored.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Janet

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  29. Hi, Jody and Stan...Thanks for stopping by my blog and following me! I have linked up my post, and going to follow you now!

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  30. SO darn cute Jody. The faeries must be thrilled with their little basket.
    hugs...

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  31. Absolutely precious! There is just something about fairy mini gardens. Following you my friend. Diane

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