Thursday, January 8, 2015

Fairy Garden in the Making!

Want to help me name my little fairy?

This will be my first FAIRY GARDEN!
I am so excited and started to gather miniatures.
(The green birds are not part of it).

She will even have her own chicken & coop!
How cute is that?!

My chickens will be envious!

I now need to find the right container, soil, rocks & little plants.
I have a wonderful board on PINTEREST filled with tons of great ideas.

Have you ever made a fairy garden?
I will post pictures when it's done!!!


Debby said...

I love fairy gardens. I have several posed in my archives if you want to look.

Ceekay-THINKIN of HOME said...

Yes, I have one in an old oil pan. But I don't have a chicken coop...real or fairy!!

Nanna said...

fairy gardens are one of those things that just draws you to make one lol!have fun creating yours!


Kris said...

Oh mercy me, that coop!!!! Swoon!!
xo Kris

0a71fade-87e7-11e4-a28a-4b2d85f9a17e said...

looking forward to seeing the finished fairy garden. I think her name should be blossom. Have fun creating your fairy garden.
Diane M.

Blue Jeans And Teacups said...

I just read a book where the main character was named Cecily Faire. Isn't that a pretty name for a fairy? The book is called "A Lady at Willowgrove Hall" by Christian author Sarah E. Ladd. It is an enjoyable Regency Romance novel. I love your little chicken coop. Looks like it might need a coat of weather protecting sealant of some sort so it will last a good long while. Have lots of fun with it all!

Paula Collins said...

What about the name Honey? She is just so sweet. Like honey.

Karen L. Bates said...

How fun, she is just adorable. I like the name Blossom. Bev at BeeHavenAcres had done several of these. Another friend sat down with her grand daughters and did it too.

Love the coop!

Carrie B. said...

I just love this Maryjane! Your fairy is so adorable...I think Ruby would be a cute name. ;)

And that chicken coop ((squeal)) - I've never seen a fairy sized one and that is beyond precious! My daughter and I fill her garden with fairy goodness every summer. I can't wait for Spring to get here! I have a lots of fairy things pinned under my garden tab or my kiddos ideas tab on my pinterest if you want to check them out.

I can't wait to see yours when its all done!!!! xoxo

Amber ~ The French Pressed Home said...

Hi Maryjane! I have never had a fairy garden either. Maybe one day. Can't wait to see pictures of it all in the yard. :)

Gisela Suski said...

My grand daughters and I did a fairy garden this past summer and we just loved it. It was fun going to thrift stores to find items. Nursery have a fairy garden section but costly. We made mushrooms out of clay.

Debra Beeuwsaert said...

How about the name Blueberry Fairy.