I love to look for containers at vintage shops. I get inspiration from the container, then add plants and lots of fun accessories. I always add a fairy to complete the project. … More Dish Fairy Gardens
When I was younger Christmas shopping didn’t start until after Thanksgiving. Well, these days people shop earlier than ever! Recently I had an order for some of my new ornaments and the customer told me that she was purchasing them for the office workers in her department. Such a nice idea! They are also very … More Christmas Gifts Everyone!
Many people have commented on how adorable are my little tea cup fairy gardens. I usually have two or three at each garden/art show I attend. … More The Tiniest of Gardens
Adorable display photo of one of my Fairy Garden Door’s sent by a customer. Thanks, Nancy for sharing! … More Customer’s Fairy Garden Door
I just love it when my customers send me photos of how they use my creations in a fairy garden. … More Customer Fairy Garden
New Fairy Garden Kits are now available on my etsy shop. … More New Fairy Garden Kits
Just sold my cute church. It will be a lovely Mother’s Day gift!
For the past four or five months I have been “Worm Composting”. My daughter found the information and together we made bins. She is using smaller bins at her place and I am using larger ones here. I love the fact that I am recycling the food waste from our kitchen. The worm castings make … More Good Soil
A proud new owner of one of my fairy gardens. Had a great weekend at Harry Leu Botanical Gardens Annual Plant Festival.
Where do fairies go to market? Well, here, of course! I have been working on some much more elaborate outdoor fairy garden ceramics, and here is an example. I collected plastic flowers, tiny honey jars, beads, and pottery. I hand-built the ceramic building with tree support (notice the little “fairy door at the bottom of … More Fairy Garden Market Shop