How to make a Fairy's Washing Line. - The Magic Onions

How to make a Fairy’s Washing Line.


A big question was asked… What if our fairies did their washing in the coconut pond in K’s Fairy Garden? They might have to hang their wet clothes on the tree to dry and that would look untidy… that wouldn’t do! A washing line had to be made!
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We needed our pliers, thin wire and a couple of sticks.
We cut a length of wire with our pliers.
Wrapped one end around the top of a stick, like this…
We did the same on the other stick, connecting the two into a charming little washing line…
This morning we found a few fairy clothes drying on the line and the washing basket left under it… more evidence that fairies have moved in… Hooray!
Couldn’t resist popping in these photos of my Needle Felted Terrarium that is packed up for it’s journey to it’s new home. The gnome living in it is resting while his washing dries on the line.

 

Here are the other posts in our Fairy Garden Series…

I hope I’ve inspired you to make a Fairy Garden with your own little ones and enter it into our Fairy Garden Contest. Not only is it incredibly fun to make a miniature garden like this, but there are such AWESOME prizes to be won.

Be sure to check out the Fairy Garden links below…

Important Fairy Garden Links :

Fairy Garden Page with lots of photos, links and ideas, tutorials and instructions.

2014 Fairy Garden Contest Rules and Entry Form

Detailed Tutorial on How To Make A Fairy Garden

AWESOME Prizes for the 2014 Fairy Garden Contest

 

Fairy Gardens : Pinterest : The Magic Onions

Blessings and magic.
Donni

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Donni

Donni Webber is the mom behind the popular natural living Waldorf website and blog, The Magic Onions - where the magic of nature and the wonder of childhood collide to make each moment a precious gift. She is a photographer, writer, crafter, wife and mother of two inspiring young children. Her work has been featured in many popular publications, including HGTV, Better Homes and Gardens, Disney and Apartment Therapy.

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  1. You are too clever for words. Amazing!

  2. You are just so clever. I love the dear, sweetness in your creations!

  3. So beautiful D! I love the beauty in it’s simplicity. I LOVE this giveaway idea and wish we were able to participate but life has thrown me for a loop lately!

  4. It turned out very sweet. I love the look a a laundry line, don’t you?

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  6. I LOVE your Fairy Garden Series. It is absolutely enchanting.

    Thank you so much for your creativity!

  7. I love these fairy projects SOOOO much! Gah! I wish I’d had this blog with I was a kid. =) I’ll be linking.

  8. I love fairys, imake mine out of pvc pipe just make as big or small ,or any length you want for the heads I use styfoam balls for head ,and yarn for hair.

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