Friday, July 13, 2018

A Little One's Fairy Garden

There were high hopes for a fabulous fairy garden.

There is an entire board of elaborate fairy gardens on my Pinterest pages.

Then, enter a five-year-old visitor who had her own visions of what a fairy garden should look at.

Out the window went the elaborate plans as the little one filled the sand of the fairy garden with her own touches.

There's even a little fairy there, sitting on a chair. She's in front of a tiny table (rescued from a pizza box) and on its top perches a teapot.

We still need to find a bitty cup.

Wouldn't you know the little one added three black animal figures with big horns that she said looked like "deer."

Also, there is a tiny sheep, one of my favorite animals.

There's a green glass piece sidewalk, too.  

Well, it's not the fairy garden I had in mind but it was fashioned with total love and care.

Those factors, alone, make it a very special fairy garden, indeed.



Chatty Crone said...

Wow you do love her to let sand in your house? It looks lovely and I know she is going to have a ball with you there.

No, no fairy gardens here.

Love, sandie

Linda O'Connell said...

I'm sure that little fairy garden will be rearranged many times, and remembered for a lifetime. Very cute.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I love the fairy garden. I might have help with mine when Scout next comes over. I've collected a few things for her to use.

Red Rose Alley said...

What a sweet fairy garden, Susan. And knowing that a little one created it, makes it even more special. I love the green rocks, and I never thought of making the pizza gadget into a small table, how clever. I have been wanting to make a fairy garden now that I have a granddaughter and another on the way, and I've been collecting fairy items here and when I come across them. It was inspiring to see this precious one. Thanks for sharing, Susan.



what a lovely fairy garden for sure.

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