My friend, Nancy, from StitchesnStrokes has me hooked on making a Fairy Garden. I checked hers out on her blog and it is sooooo adorable that I have to have one.
So today I put up a flower, bird feeder hanger that my DH bought me two years ago on Mother's Day.LOL And it is the perfect size for a fairy garden! They will have their own bath to play in and their own flowers to smell so that they will want to take up residence in my garden! And they will have their own solar light so that they can dance in the night around the light!!
They also have a frog right down the lane that has a gazing ball for them to see their reflections. I am really falling in love with the fairy garden idea. I am going to make another garden around the frog so they can have neighbors.LOL
Tomorrow I am hitting Hobby Lobby and the Dollar Store and build my garden. I already have an old dishpan to put the garden in. I will show more pics when I get it finished. But I am so excited about my flower hanger that I just couldn't wait to share.
If you haven't seen Nancy's fairy garden, go over to her blog and see just how adorable she has made it. (I am going to use hers as a guideline)hee hee. www.stitchesnstrokes.blogspot.com
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Well I have to quit playing and cook supper.(YUK)LOL
I have been married to my wonderful husband for 40 years. We have 2 girls and 6 grandkids and 3 extended grandkids (2 nieces and 1 nephew). I love spending time with my family, sewing, woodcrafting, cooking, gardening and anything crafty. I have crafted for over 30 years doing everything from making dolls. macrame to cross stitching and have now developed a special love for primitive crafts. I enjoy making these crafts and thinking how it must have been in prairie days without all the luxuries that we have. So sit back and relax and enjoy my blog.
First, I would like to say that I am computer illiterate and without the help of a few good friends, I would not have been able to have this blog. I would like to thank Sage of Sagewood Farms for the many hours she spent teaching me how to open a blog. I would also like to thank Brenda from Hattie's Workshop for the awesome banner that she made me. I am grateful to Judy of Primfolks by Judy, Susan from Threadbare Primitives and Donna from Moonchild's Primitives for giving me permission to use the products that I have made from their patterns to display in my banner. And lastly, I would like to thank all my friends from Prim Sister's Talk Radio Gathering Room who have had the patience to teach me what all the computer language means and for giving me ideas on primitive creating. I have found that there are so many people in the primitive community that are willing to help beginners get started and for that I am very grateful. Thanks everone!