|Starting to assemble First Fairy Garden|
My mom and I got a lot of our materials at the local greenhouse, La Crosse Floral. Two of our fairies were purchased there at very reasonable prices and so were the trellises and the planting urn. They are really into promoting fairy garden planting and have scheduled some classes on the topic. They have made a place on their Facebook page to submit photos of individual fairy gardens as well.
I am in the process of looking for more small items and I noticed Hobby Lobby had some cute picket fences that I may get and then handpaint myself. They also had some cute wooden doors that could be added to tree trunks if a person wanted to make one right on the ground in the garden landscape.
|My First Fairy Garden|
The cute little gingerbread style house is really a tealight candle holder and I picked it up for a very reasonable amount at the Goodwill store. Isn't it great that someone else's junk can be a treasure to another???
|My Mom's Fairy Garden with a Creek and Bridge|
|My Friend, Debbie's Fairy Garden with a Raccoon|
|My Second Fairy Garden|