Wednesday, June 10, 2015

~Fairies in the Garden and Simple & Sweet Fridays #171~

This is the time of year,
 I always make sure our miniature gardens are looking good.
I usually add new plants and take the weeds out.
I wanted to share with you one of the
 miniature garden areas we have.
This miniature garden is behind our Birch Tree.
I love walking through it and seeing all the fairies.
I have a wheelbarrow with a fairy scene on it.
 I made pumpkins, carrots and eggplant from fimo clay to add to the miniature wheelbarrow.
Lots of fairies and gnomes everywhere.









Wagons make a whimsical display for a fairy garden.


A banner and signs are added elements to the garden.





~I hope I gave you some ideas for your Fairy Gardens~

Can't wait to see your new projects this week!!


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Simple & Sweet Fridays,
feel free to add my button!
Rooted In Thyme

Enjoy the Simple & Sweet Friday linky party!

Rooted In Thyme

22 comments:

  1. beautiful photos
    new post: http://melodyjacob1.blogspot.com/

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  2. Thanks so much for hosting!
    Your beautiful garden always amazes me!! Great features too!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  3. Jody and Stan,
    What an a d o r a b l e Fairy Garden, dear friends!!!
    Being the Mother of Sons. . .I adore the rustic tractor and truck!!!
    Love, LOVE, L O V E the wheelbarrows filled with plantings and fairies!!!
    I can imagine at the end of a long day, that this is a special place of peace.
    Thank you for hosting Simple and Sweet Fridays! each week!!!
    Wishing you a restful weekend ahead!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  4. Such sweet photos! I can't wait to show your garden to my kids!
    Thanks so much for hosting another wonderful party!
    Have a great week,
    Suzanne

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  5. I love your gardens and I'm always going back and looking for ideas. Now I'm thinking about what to add to our fairy gardens! Thank for sharing!

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  6. I believe! I'm sure the fairies are very happy in your garden. Very beautiful!!

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  7. Your fairy gardens are the cutest things I've ever seen!

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  8. What a charming, adorable garden! Love the handmade gourds!!! Just so cute! Thank you for featuring me, have a beautiful day! ❤❤

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  9. Your fairy garden is so delightful and very inspiring. I'm thinking the grandkids and I should start on one...be a fun and creative garden project for them. Have a lovely week ~ Mickie

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  10. Forgot my manners! Thank you for featuring my post on the chairs and thanks for hosting!!!

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  11. Oh my goodness, Jody and Stan! I LOVE everything in your lovely garden's-especially the rusty truck and wagon! Thank you for hosting and have a wonderful weekend!

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  12. A fairy garden ~ I know some little girls who would be in heaven. Adorable!
    Thanks for hosting and thank you for the feature of my C is for Cow post. I'm honored!

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  13. Thank you for another fun an informative party. I was happy to be featured this week. Thank you!

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  14. I love this fairy garden... Simply magical!

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  15. Thank you for featuring the Peach Tea! Hope you enjoy it.

    Love your fairy garden and the rustic truck with the gnome in the back with the tiny flowerpots is adorable.

    Thanks again!

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  16. Stan & Jody I just love your fairy garden. You've reminded me that I meant to order fairies and fairy furniture for my own garden. What lovely photos, thanks for sharing!

    Kim

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  17. Thanks Jody for featuring my Busy Time of Year garden flowers this week. Appreciated. Thank you for hosting this week as well.
    Rob

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  18. Love your gardens Jody. Thank you for sharing Fairies in the Garden and Sweet and Simple Friday. Have a lovely weekend/week ahead.
    Joy

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  19. My first time at your party :-) Love your garden especially the fairies.

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  20. Your garden is absolutely gorgeous!

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  21. Oh, what a lovely miniature garden!!! So many details arranged with love. You're telling stories with this garden and bringing back childhood memories. Wonderful. Thank you and all my best from an Austrian garden fellow
    Elisabeth

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