Here's my first attempt at a Fairy Dish Garden.
This one went a whole different route once I got going LOL
Sorry! It was showing up for me.
Here is a link that might be useful: Link to my garden pics - I hope...
OK - I created a photobucket album. Im SOO sorry for the confusion on my part :-(
Here is a link that might be useful: My Garden Stuff Album
Went to Photobucket and saw the pictures.
Liked them all, especially the tire swing!
Love the 'fence' & the lil' pottery pitcher! TFS! Jeanne S.
Very nice! I love the tire swing - great idea. Your bowling ball looks great and the rose is beautiful.
Well, how cute are they?! Love the first one especially with the little house and girl and tire swing...too cute! What a great idea with the tire swing too....clever.
Thanks for sharing!
Those are just to cute!!
very cute....what are the little plants that you used? ;)
I can see them! Don't know which is cuter, but the tire swing made me laugh so have to go for that one. Great idea for small spaces too! Jan
The plants are some unknown sedums, Jade plant cuttings I hope will look like trees in a while - I know they are not hardy, but they are in their own pots buried in the planters for easy removal. In the fence pot - the ones in front are Blue Mouse Ears hostas - which kinda made me think of mini agaves
Wow. Love those tiny hosta. The DO look like agaves in miniature.
I think the fairies will definitely be on their way.
Your fairy gardens are adorable. You can see the thought that went into crafting it. Thank you for sharing. JLily
I love them - I may be stealing the tire swing idea!!! I have Blue Mouse ears too - so cute. I also love your mill stone and of course your gardening buddies.
I get so many ideas from everyones pictures. Next time I see a broken toy car somewhere - I am stealing the tires!!!
Very cute. Love your ideas. Love the stick fence. Did you make it? Thanks for the ideas. I am making a fairy garden too.
I did make the little fence. I used apple limbs we pruned off & some small wire we've had laying around in the garage. I left the end sticks long to stick down in the soil to anchor it.
The "gazing ball" in the other one is just one of those little super bouncy balls from dollar tree.