Saturday, August 15, 2009

Fairy Land

My son and I went to a nursery today that specializes in "Fairy Land" planters. They have so many of them......I took pictures of more than you see here but the sun was so bright it washed them out. They have everything you need to make one (of coarse)...........it is all so cute. I think I am going to have to make some for my yard. I am a little worried about the dog eating the fairies though.
I have been wanting to make a little fairy garden in my backyard for a while now and I think this gave me the inspiration that I need.


This is their little Fairy Village. I don't know if I got the best angle but it was really cute.

24 comments:

Coastal Sisters said...

Oh my! How cute!!!

LuLu~*xoxo

Coleen said...

oooooooo........I have been wanting to do this for yeeeears!!!

Heart Hugs,
Coleen

Deb said...

Hi, there! I saw that you are following my blog, so I decided to come over and pay a visit. I'm so glad, because those fairy gardens are adorable and I've written this down in my garden journal for next year. So cute and thanks for sharing!

Cheers!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

charming!
the idea of a faery garden in a birdbath is perfect for my front deck!
oh no! another summer project!

wonderful pics - thanks for sharing.

Natasha Burns said...

OH MY GOSH that is absolutely gorgeous! I'd love to be able to visit a fabulous place like this! I'd also love to own that pot of plants and fairies in the 2nd pic, it made my jaw drop!

Nancy Maxwell James said...

what a sweet place...it makes me want a fairy land in my yard.
I have moved my blog...hope you can stop by and visit sometime! :)

Karen said...

Oh my goodness...how cute! I have never seen anything like this. Now I'm inspired! Just might have to make a little fairy garden of my own.
Thanks for sharing!
Blessings,
Karen

shirley said...

Sue, I love fairies as much as I love cupid and cherubs. These are wonderful. I will have to show them to my sister who REALLY loves all things fairies.

Elise said...

Hi, just wanted to leave you a comment to say that you have a totally cool blog. Really love your posts and you have great photo's too. Best wishes and have a great week....

Kathleen said...

Hi Sue, I haven't been here for ahilw, and thought I would stop by and see what you have been up too. I love your Halloween art, and those bottle brush trees are to die for. I have never seen Fairy gardens, but I love them, and may try to find some in my area. Hugs, Kathleen

Joanna Rowan Mullane said...

So very sweet! Please stop by Little Faerie Tales for a blog award from me to you!
Have a lovely day,
Joanna

bluepurpleandscarlett said...

That is the most precious thing I have seen in a long time--thank you so much for sharing that! My girls would LOVE that so much-we may have to give it a try! Wonderful blog! Have a blessed week!

Silly Bee's Chickadee said...

How precious are those?! I am in love with the second one. I want a life-sized one in my backyard!

Piney Rose said...

This is just darling! I have been in love with fairies since I was a child and read a book called "Twig." When my daughter was about 6 years old, we built a fairy house together. This looks like a very fun project.

Celestial Charms said...

So very pretty, and unique. I must give that a try!

Candy said...

Oh my! Love the little gazebo. and the last picture is a real wonder land. I have been collecting things for my own creation and these photos have given me inspiration as well. Thanks so much for sharing. This kinda takes playing with dolls to the next level.

Elise said...

These are toooo fabulous. I wonder whether they do ballet inspired fairy gardens ?

overthetopstudios said...

This is so adorable. I love fairies. I saw these kits at the Garden show here in Seattle a couple of years ago and really wanted to give it a try. Then I just forgot. I think I will look into it again, maybe a Christmas fairy garden. Just lovely!
Amada

shirley said...

Sue, hope all is well. I miss your postings and seeing any of your new creations. Wishing you well and Happy Fall.
Shirley

Priscila said...

oh these faries are so cute!!! Love them
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Jorgelina said...

Soooooo cute!!!
This is so adorable,I love fairies.
Hugs

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themagiconions said...

Oh my... your Fairy Garden is enchanting! If I was a fairy I'd live there for sure :-)
I wanted to invite you to enter our annual Fairy Garden Contest - http://themagiconions.blogspot.com/2012/04/fairy-garden-contest-2012.html

Pop on over for a peek.
Blessings and magic,
Donni

Birdie said...

This looks like the work of Beverly Turner at M & M Nursery in Orange, CA. I have learned quite a bit from her and I have posted my creations on Pinterest, too, which is how I found this blog. Feel free to check out my creations on Pinterest, bt dlc@fairyconcepts.