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Today we are visiting the fairy garden and taking a stroll to see all the latest “gourd-geous” autumn trends. Aside from fall-flavored lattes and lots of layers, there are plenty of delights in the miniature garden. Join us! As the leaves crunch under our delicate fairy boots, we will make our way towards the Fairy Garden Pumpkin Patch, a lively place for fairies, ghosts, and other miniature g...

Published: Monday, September 16, 2019

Trick…or treat? It is that time of year again. The costumes come out, the bags of candy hit store shelves, and everyone gets excited for a little spooky, silly fun. Do you have plans for a Halloween-themed miniature garden? Autumn is an especially fun time to freshen up your garden beds and even create some new fairy gardens.

Published: Monday, September 09, 2019

A shingled rooftop on a fairy house can create an entire world of sights, sounds, and style. The Shingletown Miniature Houses have an entirely unique look. Instead of thatched roofs, stones, or other popular styles, these fairy houses are constructed with cedar shake roofs.

Published: Monday, September 02, 2019

Yes, you can mix the worlds of birdhouses and fairy gardens! Some gardeners want to bring the spirit of birds into their fairy gardens by decorating with teeny-tiny bird houses. Others like to use their full-size birdhouses as homes for their fairies. Both are unique options that leave plenty of room for creativity and personalization.

Published: Sunday, August 18, 2019

Air plants have become very popular and trendy over the last few years. This could be, in part, because they are relatively hardy and simple to care for. These small plants are ideal for apartment dwellers, dorm rooms, and other small spaces. Some are so small, you can hang them from a Christmas tree!

Published: Monday, August 12, 2019

If you can’t take your books into the garden, you might has well create a garden oasis that celebrates books. With a few easy steps, you can recreate your favorite books, scenes, and characters in the fairy garden. Whether you want to make a container garden or larger miniature garden, there are plenty of options for expressing your love of reading, books, libraries, and stories in the fairy gar...

Published: Monday, July 29, 2019

Longtime gardeners also know that holiday-time is not the end of gardening. The lifestyle lives on with winter flowering plants, winter container gardens, and miniature gardens that are themed for the season. Another fun part of winter gardening? Gifting. A miniature container garden is not only a unique gift, but it is one that can spark a new hobby and passion for the recipient, who will no doub...

Published: Monday, July 15, 2019

As the days grow shorter and the temperatures drop, those with miniature container gardens will start scaling back their plans for summer gardening and begin preparing the fairy garden plants for fall and winter. While a fairy garden may seem delicate, as it is can be full of sparkling fairy wings, graceful baskets, and gentle plants, a hardy miniature garden ensures that the hobby survives all ye...

Published: Monday, July 08, 2019

You know Mary Engelbreit’s style when you see it. Bright colors, eye-catching details, and lovable characters all populate Engelbreit’s bestselling calendars, books, accessories, cards, and so much more.

Published: Monday, July 01, 2019

Miniature accessories do not just live outdoors in the fairy garden. In the dollhouse community, we often focus on interiors, from tiny dishes to squares of wallpaper for little rooms. Have you ever thought about what happens when your dolls venture outdoors? Dollhouses deserve their own unique outdoor spaces. That is where the miniature garden comes in.

Published: Monday, June 17, 2019

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