My husband and I enjoy a little antiquing trip now and then. We live in an area filled with great antique and thrift shops. We found this old metal container at a flea market and I couldn’t resist making it into a fairy garden. My husband drilled a couple of small drainage holes in the … More Fairy Garden and Antiques
Merry Christmas from The Edgewater Shop. I hope your gardens are beautiful and that the new year will bring joy, peace and prosperity into your lives. Thanks so much for visiting. I would love to hear from you. I am searching for new fairy gardens to feature here in the upcoming year. Whether your garden … More Merry Christmas
I now have Complete Fairy Garden Kits available on my etsy shop. My husband and I have been enjoying making papercrete pots from recycled paper and cement. We have created a few special sizes for the etsy shop and have experimented with quite a few other sizes for art shows. The kit comes with the … More New Fairy Garden Kits!
If you keep your eyes open you can find sparks of inspiration and fairy garden life everywhere. I have always been attracted to miniatures and I love to look for images in clouds and faces in the grain of wood. I love to find tiny objects I can make into something more than they were … More A Neighborhood Walk Provides Fairy Garden Inspiration
I have several potted fairy garden spaces on my little patio. My grandchildren love to move the houses and tiny chairs from one garden to another. I can almost see their imaginations lighting up as they play. I love to watch them play and explore. I sincerely believe that creating fairy gardens with children helps … More Ignite Imaginations and Teach the Love of Gardening with Fairy Gardens
Any container or shady garden spot can become a fairy garden. Here I used some pieces from a broken flower pot, a heart-shaped piece of coquina (see below) I found on the beach, a miniature chair from a craft store, and two of my own fairy garden cottages. I added a few plants with small … More Fairy Garden – Where to Begin?
My name is Debbie and I’m an illustrator and clay artist. I grew up in Michigan but my husband and I moved to the Atlantic Coast of Florida in 2008. While in Michigan I was an avid gardener with two and a half acres to play with. We had large flower gardens with lots of … More Welcome Fairy Garden Enthusiasts!