Miniature gardening is HUGE! I had no idea there were so many resources and so many great ideas out there. All I wanted to do was resurrect a small area in my mom's rock garden and maybe create a home for the local Fairies and Gnomes.
|Do not tell me I have too much time on my hands, |
because I do not! But this is fun!
|Made the bird bath with a tiny clay pot and clay pot liner.|
|If you love the beach, your fairy garden has to include a sand castle with (Haitian) beach sand. Will add the sea shells tomorrow. The sand castle is a fish tank decoration reduced for clearance at the local pet store.|
|The fairy house was a Marshall's find that I painted and embellished.|
|Toadstool Fairy Dancers!|
... a natural cork round purchased at the local pet store for reptiles, amphibians and arachnids to hide in ... PERFECT for fairies to hide in!
|The tiny table is made from Cypress Knee slices.|
|a work in progress! Looking for choice miniature plants everywhere (just swiped some from Kathy's yard today ... again) and have new ideas every day ...|
|and Rog completed my SUCCULENT DOCK! Complete with dock ropes, sea gull and beach signs! Doubles as side table to set down your favorite summer drink!|
|Lexi watching the chipmunks run through the fairy garden!|