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When garden fairies think about Valentine’s Day, they also think about chocolate hearts, thoughtful gifts, and romantic evenings. When working on your miniature garden, remember to match the holiday theme you are trying to create. It is a thoughtful gift to present your loved ones with miniature accessories, which dress up their fairy gardens in pink and white to match this time of year. Most pe...

Published: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

When I am planning my newest fairy garden, I start by hunting for unique containers around thrift stores, flea markets, and occasional shops. I start by pulling apart piles of old washbasins, wicker baskets, vintage pottery, and worn-out luggage. I fall in love with broken pieces of salvaged junk, because I see potential to create something unique and beautiful. They inspire me to think of the new...

Published: Saturday, February 11, 2017

I have always found that reconnecting with nature is an easy way to find inspiration for my next fairy garden. When I am feeling particularly listless towards thinking of miniature gardening ideas, I will spend a lazy afternoon wandering around the state park, which is my next-door neighbor. I remember that at its core, fairy gardening involves selecting and maintaining miniature plants with an en...

Published: Sunday, February 05, 2017

Creating a whimsical garden for the wee folks requires imagination and creativity. Seasoned gardeners may find it quite easy to delve into the imaginary world of the fairy garden. With a bit of effort they can easily turn the small corners of their gardens or yards into magical wonderlands for fairies. If you are a beginner, then you may need little understanding in choosing the scale, theme, mini...

Published: Tuesday, January 31, 2017

When I am thinking about planning a miniature garden, I lean toward the creative and artistic looking miniature fairies. I realized when browsing through a catalogue of these magical creatures that fairies adore wearing every different type of hat possible, and I assume that is due to their imaginative nature. Seeing these intricate garden fairies unintentionally causes new fairy garden ideas to p...

Published: Wednesday, January 18, 2017

I know I am guilty of spending hours or days coming up with unique and special fairy garden ideas. I tend to start with a theme I want to build my miniature fairy garden based on. Once I am struck with a new and exciting idea, I like to pick out my fairy house and assign a personality to the playful fairy friend who will be living inside. Once I have figured out their love of gardening, eating, or...

Published: Monday, January 09, 2017

When I look at a miniature garden that was built by somebody else's creative hand, I often attempt to see what inspired them. I look at a fairy garden and I notice the small fairy house that looks like it was inspired by a real-sized yellow cottage. There are many small details to inspect such as the beautiful, miniature plants that flank either side of the home and the colorful “Bee Happy” ...

Published: Friday, January 06, 2017

With much fanfare and celebration, January 1, 2017 has arrived! This morning as I was thinking about the New Year and beginning to write a blog post, I glanced at the new minis sitting on my desk. Yes, I am the lucky one who is able to view the new fairy products before they are published on our shop…it is exciting. As the seasons change, common decorations in my office are the latest fairies...

Published: Monday, January 02, 2017

When it comes to miniature fairy gardening sometimes the most magical inspiration comes from unexpected childhood memories. If there is a moment from your past that holds some magical memories, it is usually a perfect time in your life to draw inspiration from when creating a mini garden. One such memory I use to influence my fairy gardens is attending carnivals, state fairs, and amusement parks ...

Published: Thursday, December 29, 2016

Miniature gardens are not complete without fairy houses that fit with the theme of the garden. This time of year when you are working on buying presents, finding family recipes, and decorating your home, have you thought about creating a Christmas themed fairy garden? Maybe you would like to dress up an existing miniature garden container with new fairy accessories that intensify the holiday spiri...

Published: Thursday, December 22, 2016

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