Doll-sized Garden Gazing Ball
We are in the middle of a huge Fairy Garden guild and one of the things that we made for it is a little Garden Gazing Ball for the fairies. The gazing ball is a staple in most gardens so why shouldn't we make it mini for the fairies?! This is also a great size for Dollhouses and most "12 inch Fashion Dolls".
a fairy walnut present - MollyMooCrafts
Isn’t this the most darling little idea – a trinket filled walnut to tuck into the Santa sock. I’ve been wondering what ‘fairy willow’, our live-in fairy, might leave Molly on Christmas morning outside her fairy door and here it is….. I’m stopping in Tesco on the way home to buy some walnuts. Thank you [&hellip
Tooth Fairy Pillow - Dark Brown Hair - HAND PAINTED - Can Be Personalized
This cute little Tooth Fairy Pillow is perfect for that special little one. On the front of the white pillow is a sweet little hand painted fairy with brown ponytails. She's wearing a lavender dress with striped tights and little lime green wings. The back of the pillow has a pocket, hand painted with lavender flowers and trimmed with a lavender and green grosgrain ribbon. The same ribbon is attached at the top of the pillow for hanging on the door knob, bed post, or even on the wall. It…
Everywhere a Sign
I paint silver trays with chalk board paint for leaving messages with chalk around the house. This time I used white paint so it could sit near one of the fairy gardens outdoors.
Fairy Garden Clothes Line Fairy Washing Line Doll House
This adorable fairy clothesline is planted in a pair of thimbles and holds a little dress, a blanket, a skirt and a pair of fairy wings. The line measures about 5 inches long. This is a delicate item and not intended for small children. All of my items can be combined to create your own Fairy Garden Kit. Shipping is free for all items after the first, whether for one little accessory or many. Thank you for visiting Fairy in a Teacup.. You may browse longer by entering my front door here…
Paths and Walkways in the Garden - Fairy Gardening
We connect with the garden through our feet. Toes in the new-clipped grass. Clogs crunching on gravel. Soles on brick pavers. To set our feet upon any one of these is to savor the garden’s pleasures, lured by a well mown path or lulled by a sun-blessed patio. These form the floor of our outdoor home, the foundations on which the garden–and the gardener–rests. Linda Joan Smith (Smith & Hawken Garden Structures) Fairy gardens are no different that our big gardens, they need dedicated walkways…
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