When I designing the Fairy garden last summer I played with the placement of the castle and the plants until I was happy with the layout.
|2014 Fairy Garden|
|Ready to up-cycle to a new fairy garden planter box.|
An old bird house, a fairy, some creeping Jenny, mini herb pants, one pop-up viola, and a mini bird bath. Plus a welcome gnome in the back.
The best part of this post was getting to play with the fairies so I could take "just the right" pictures.
Isn't this little thrift store fairy just the cutest little thing?
This fairy garden planter is to the left of the main Fairy Garden.
The second planter was used to create a park setting complete with a frog pond and a creek for the fairies. As I mentioned before, the baby fairies took over the park bench.
The Frog Pond.
The green fairy looks bored with babysitting the infant fairy.
The main Fairy Garden planter has black fish tank gravel added this year, but other than that, it is pretty much the same. The babies have a parrot in their bird cage this year. See the mini thyme plants peaking out from under and behind the table.... they have the cutest little pink flowers.
Yes, the fairies have traded places again. The blue winter fairy is enjoying popping her toes up in the sunshine. Not to long ago she was out getting frostbite on those little toes.
Brrr.... it was a very long cold winter. It has only been a few weeks since our last frost here in the North Coast of Ohio.
|Just the fences, the castle, and a couple of faux pine trees were left outside to winter over.|
The back of the Fairy Garden.
The purple fairy looks elegant in her garden setting.
A pretty little pale yellow fairy dances in a flower basket behind the castle.
The two little garden fairies in the basket below have been out picking flowers for their dinner table tonight.
There are two other Fairy planters that are sitting on another iron table next to the patio door. Both were created from thrift store buys.
I hope to be posting my first Summer tablescape for this year within the next week or so. Until then, remember to thrift on ladies, thrift on.
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