Today’s Winner Spotlight features a Fairy Garden from Our Broken Road that is truly amazing. Kitty, Teddy and I have poured over all the delightful details in this enchanted garden for hours… and we still keep finding things we didn’t see before. Thank you to all the little fairies who made this garden and shared it in the Fairy Garden Contest… and congrats on being a winner :-)

We LOVED this gnome-sized totem pole…

Do you see the green crocodile lurking in this bubbling brook? We hope Fairy Mother holds onto her baby tightly as they canoe down to the Organic Fairy Market.

Isn’t this little fairy sweet as she sits coyly outside her toadstool home. We LOVE her ladder too. And of course her leaf fairy friend waiting down below!

Anyone need something from the Farmer’s Market?

Teddy agrees… no Fairy Garden is totally complete with out the resident red dragon!

Thank you for sharing your magical garden with us. I’m so excited for you to receive your prize :: a TWO YEAR subscription to my favorite magazine… Living Crafts!

Here’s a link to see the Fairy Garden from last week’s Winner Spotlight.
Here is a link to see the other winners of the 2012 Fairy Garden Contest.
And here is a link to the Fairy Garden Page where you can find lots of Fairy Garden inspiration.

Blessings and magic,


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  1. I am still SO FLATTERED to be one of the winners this year!! I really didn’t think we had a chance against all those wonderful gardens!! Do I need to send you info for getting the magazine? If so, please let me know! :) wpooh_9 at hotmail dot com

    Thanks so much for the wonderful spot light!! :)

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