Wednesday, June 1, 2016

~New Fairy Garden and Simple & Sweet Fridays #222~

I wanted to share with you photos of our new miniature garden.
Stan took out some paper whites that had taken over this area underneath our birch tree.
After we saw it, we decided it needed some new paths around it.
So, Stan went to Home Depot and got some bricks.
I'm so lucky he loves to garden as much as I do.
After, he added the bricks on one side
 we noticed the area next to our raised beds needed them too.
I think Home Depot loves us!

We love how the new paths turned out,
 next to the miniature garden!

We added some new plants and you know me,
I will add more!





Our pumpkins are starting to grow now.
They will fill in around the miniatures soon!



I made some new banners out of washi tape for the fairies.
Wooden stakes to hang them up and
cut bark pieces for little stepping stones!

I love our new brick paths and fairy garden!
~Fresh Picked Round Baby Carrots~
Happy Gardening!





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19 comments:

  1. Oh your miniatyr garden is so sweet. Love your outdoor space.
    Hugs from here

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  2. Jody & Stan,
    Your Fairy Garden is quite charming, dear friend!
    I adore your walk paths!
    Here on the Prairie,
    I've been trying to convince "Mr. Ed" to do more, less mowing, but he's not buying it!
    Thanks for hosting Simple & Sweet Fridays! each week!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  3. LOVE,LOVE,LOVE your fairy gardens and the beautiful new pathways!! I have yet to get my act together and create a new and bigger Fairy Garden with some new things that i bought recently! Thanks so much for hosting each week!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  4. Two peas in a pod you and Stan:)Adorable.

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  5. I love your fairy gardens and the new brick paths! So inspiring!

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  6. Love your new brick pathways!! Your fairy gardens are precious.

    Judy

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  7. Washi tape for the banner was such a great idea! I'm going to do this...thank you so much for the adorable inspiration. :)

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  8. You have me wanting to wander your gardens. The fairy gardens are adorable!
    Great work!

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  9. I am a lover of all things related to fairy gardens, so darling! I have a tiny one in a pot but I need to expand :) You've given me new inspiration. Thanks for hosting…………..

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  10. I love seeing all the wonderful changes to your garden, a lot of hard work but lasts for a long time. Beautiful.
    Joy

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  11. I know you had fun creating your new miniature garden. Thanks for the feature of the Field to Vase event. It was a magical evening. I'm honored that you spotlighted my post. Thank you!

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  12. Thank you so much for the feature and for hosting!

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  13. Your new fairy garden is wonderful and whimsical! Thank you for sharing it and for hosting.

    xo Dianne

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  14. I hope, hope, hope you get this message Jody (blogger is being very bad today) because this is all 'over-the-top-gorgeous' and I just had to let you know!!!! The little garden is a real treasure in your already amazing gardens. This post of beauty just made my whole day!
    sending hugs...

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  15. I love your little garden and thank you so much for the feature! How kind of you! Sending much happiness throughout the week.

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  16. Woow, what an amazing post!!! I love your fairy garden!! As you know, my garden is a tiny balcony, but I want to recreate the one like your garden! I've been thinking to import some plot to my garden, so, your fairy garden inspired me!! I want to make the little garden like yours! Thank you for showing me your wonderful garden:)

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  17. What an enchanted fairy garden, Jody. I've always wanted one. You did a fantastic job on this; love the fences and the greenery, and especially that bridge......so cute.

    ~Sheri

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