Monday, April 25, 2016

A Fairy Garden

I've seen some fairy gardens on line lately and I thought they were so adorable.
I knew my little helpers will love the idea of creating our very own fairy garden. Specially my 4 year old daughter, she loves fairies and every time I have to do some weeding in the yard I tell her that we are looking for fairies. She loves to help me, little she knows, we are just doing a tedious job of cleaning weeds. But it is so much fun when we are hoping a fairy pops up from the ground!


So we went shopping and got the fairy house and the fairy in the swing at Joann's fabrics, the plants and the gnome are from Walmart.
I have no green thumb what so ever, so I am hoping this works out and last a while! :)







I like this... the fairy is sitting in the swing enjoying herself while the poor gnome is sweeping the floor, smart fairy! ;)





The little ones had a great time, they are really hoping that a real fairy moves into the tree house! We'll see!! :)

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a fabulous day! 

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  1. Fairy gardens let us be little girls again, don't they? I know your daughter will have fun tending to her sweet fairy garden!

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    1. Thank you Kitty! Yes, she is having a blast with it, she checks everyday to see if a Fairy has moved in! I love your fairy garden, you did an amazing job!

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  2. Fairy gardens let us be little girls again, don't they? I know your daughter will have fun tending to her special fairy garden that you made together.

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  3. Oh so cute!! Do you kids just love it? I made one and now I'm thinking another one would be great. I didn't realize how much fun miniatures things are. ;)

    Thank you for being part of our first garden party this morning.

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    1. Yes, Stacey, I am thinking about buying more houses and fairies, they are so cute!! :)

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    2. You and I can be fairy garden collectors. How about that? Thank you for joining TOHOT. You are a faithful friend. :)

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  4. Oh gosh, I love your fun idea of looking for fairies to get your little one to help you weed. :) What a clever mom you are! Your fairy garden is so fun. It will be darling when the plants fill in. I have had one in an old wheelbarrow for quite a few years and love changing it up a bit each year. Every now and then my little grands move things around. That's o.k. after all, they are my little fairies in my garden! Thanks for sharing with our garden party!
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Thank you Jann, your little gands must have so much fun playing in your fairy garden!

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  5. Oh, I've never seen a fairy garden; this is so cute!
    Happy week

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  6. I love fairy gardens! What a magical and sweet one you have created:)
    Thank you for sharing this with us today at the garden party!
    J.

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  7. Oh, what a lovely time you must have had creating your sweet fairy garden.

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    1. Yes, it was so much fun and so sweet to hear the kids talking about all the fairies that were going to move in!! :)

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  8. How cute! I've never had a fairy garden before. I always enjoy looking at them though. I know your kids will enjoy it too.

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  9. Your fairy garden is wonderful, and I am now inspired.
    I have never made one before.
    Thank you for sharing this at our Garden Party!

    Enjoyed visiting,
    Laura
    White Spray Paint
    TOHOT

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    1. Thank you for joining Thoughts of Home on Thursday.
      We are always happy to see you here :)
      Have a wonderful day!

      Laura
      White Spray Paint

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  10. Hi there, I'm visiting from your link-up on Jemma's blog. So nice to meet you! Your fairy garden is so cute. I bet your little girl had a wonderful time helping you make it. Hope you have a wonderful week!

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting Melanie! it is a pleasure to have you over!

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  11. Oh what a darling wee garden. Thank you for linking up to the garden party.

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    1. Thank you Betty, yes, you should make one, it was a lot of fun!

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  13. How precious. Love that you and your daughter did this together. She's going to love watching it through the summer! The fairy house is adorable.

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    1. Thank you Liz. You are right she is loving her fairy garden and checks it everyday!

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  14. Your fairy garden is so adorable and I know your daughter is delighted by it! What a fun activity to do with the kids!

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  15. I'm coming over from sweet Jemma's blog. A fairy garden, how wonderful! I love fairies and am so enchanted with them. This one looks fun. I see you are born and raised in Spain. That caught my eye, as I am part Spanish myself. You have a lovely blog, and it's so nice to meet new friends.

    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  16. So cute! My best friend and niece both have fairy gardens. I keep thinking I just may have to do one! Yours is so fun it just makes me think I really need to do one!

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