Simple Sunday

Welcome to Simple Sunday.

I’ve wanted to create a Fairy Garden for a couple of years.  So when Dollar Tree had most of the Fairy Garden supplies I needed it was a sign that the time was right.  My Dollar Tree didn’t have all the pieces I wanted including a fairy, so a trip to a larger Dollar Tree near me is in order.  Today is just a miniature preview.

A white pedestal from my stash serves as a base.  I covered it with moss.

My granddaughter picked out this house.  We actually bought two houses.

A path made of white rocks leads to the Fairy house front door.

A sweet little bench is a perfect place for a Fairy to rest.

The gnomes are on guard until the Fairy comes home.

 Gnomes are protectors

and good luck charms.

Thanks for joining me today!  Coming soon a Fairy Garden Village.

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Comments

  1. That’s cute Sharon. Bet your granddaughter enjoyed doing this with you!

  2. Very cute I might just have to make one myself! Especially if Dollar Tree is involved! Look forward to seeing the village. Xo Kathleen

  3. Aww so cute, Sharon 😉 I love how you used the rock path. How fun to have your granddaughter’s help. I’m looking forward to having my little grandson add to mine next time he visits.

  4. Fairy gardens make me smile. I bet this was fun to do with your grand-little. Have a great week.

  5. Precious. I had no idea that Dollar Tree had stuff for Fairy Gardens. So cute. Thanks for sharing at Monday Social.

  6. So cute! I had no idea that Dollar tree had Fairy Garden things!! I think i may have to go and visit there in the morning…
    Thanks so much for stopping by!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

  7. I’ve been working on the idea of an outdoor Faery Garden under a large tree outside my kitchen window. It, of course, has been on hold during the winter, but once warm weather arrives I am hoping to begin creating it. Mine will be a rustic one with twig furniture, etc. I may even make the house myself with natural objects. It’s been in my head a long time, just never got the time to bring it to reality.

    Your Faery Garden is so cute because it’s so petite. I like that there are gnomes as protectors because I like gnomes almost as much as faeries.

  8. Love it! I need to make mine!

  9. This looks adorable! I’d love to ake one with my granddaughter–I hope my Dollar Tree has the same accessories–going to check this weekend! Thanks!

  10. So cute!

  11. I love your fairy garden, Sharon. I have such fun with my outdoor bird bath fairy garden. I love changing it up seasonally. I haven’t checked the Dollar Tree for fairy garden pieces. I’ve got to make a trip there now! Using the pedestal dish was a great idea for this. Pinning.

  12. Jann Olson says:

    Sweet! I have fairy gardens outdoors and they are so fun! I have a Pyrex bowl with a mushroom pattern. I thought it would make a fun fairy garden. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

  13. What a fun idea! I’d love to have you share it at the Pleasures of the NW’s DIY Party!
    http://www.pleasuresofthenw.com/do-it-yourself-crafty-party-47/

    Thanks!

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