Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Fairy Love

Thank you to my friend
Julie Marie at
who sent me a lovely magazine entitled
Country Gardens,
I was inspired to
get in touch with my
internal little girl
to create
my very own Fairy Gardens.

These aren't the best of photos
but I still want to share them
as I am so pleased with them

They will be used for
the "big" graduation
party in June.



Thanks for inspiring
me, Julie Marie!


27 comments:

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

That is so nice Jill. I love Fairies and Angels. I have many in my yard. They will make great enter pieces.
TFS. Ana

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Those are fantastic Jill!

Thanks for your sweet comment today :-)

Nancy Claeys said...

Oh I love this! Another project for me. Lol. Great job, Jill! :)

Gloria Hood said...

Those are so cool!

Lynne said...

I have found blogging world will introduce me to more projects a day than I have hours for . . . I will enjoy WATCHING your little secret garden grow . . . smile

Madi and Mom said...

Absolutely lovely. Ms. Jill I have a question....how in the world do you keep my main man Mr. Cupid out of the lovely Fairy garden?
Mom actually found a little loose dirt on the table where her itty bitty snake plant lives. She said what in the world??? I told her I saw Dad fiddling around it. MOL
Hugs Madi

Julie Marie said...

Oh Jill, your fairy gardens turned out sooo enchanting!... every little detail is just perfect!... I just know Becky will love having them at her graduation party in June... so magical!... xoxo Julie Marie

Ellie said...

It looks lovely - can't wait to see how it progresses.

momto8 said...

you have a beautiful fairy garden!

Debbie said...

oh jill, i really love it. people who blog are amazing, loving, caring and oh so creative!!

i have seen and learned so many wonderful things from the people here.

you did an awesome job, it's just beautiful!!

Lisa said...

I love this!

I've been seeing photos of fairy gardens everywhere - in magazines, on Pinterest, etc. and have really wanted to create one, but just haven't been able to find the time. Yours is lovely!

At Home in English Valley said...

Hi Jill, Those gardens are so sweet, and I love all the accessories sized just right for fairies! Love, Penny

Dianna said...

I've seen those little fairy garden items at my local nursery. I just haven't decided if I'm ready to take on that project or not. Yours looks great!

Paula said...

Awww I like those.

Dawn's Craft Place said...

Julie Marie is such a sweetie isn't she? How fun to have your own fairy garden

Rohrerbot said...

Gorgeous plant Jill:) Sorry I haven't responded to your posts. I just got home from out of the country and am just getting back into the swing of things again. Exhausted. Hope you had a good Easter with your family and friends. PS. Fairy gardens are fun:)

Donna said...

You did a great job Jill!
hughugs

Maple Lane said...

I adore these!

Chatty Crone said...

Those are so pretty - she did a great job! sandie

EG CameraGirl said...

Wonderful fairy gardens! I may have to try making my own!!

Susan said...

How pretty! Love them!

Eva Ason said...

I love these, they looks very nice and neat!
Have a lovely day!

Eva

TexWisGirl said...

they are cute. :)

Bonnie said...

Oh how I love it. You know I am pretty partial to fairies. I've had them in my yard for several years now;) Enjoy! You never know who you might find visiting your garden! Bonnie

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I love it!

Michaele said...

This must have been SO fun to do! I think you have now inspired others also.

Dar said...

Oh Jill, These are so sweet. I love the bench and your fairy girl. Sweet indeed! They will be perfect for your own lil princess at her graduation.
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