Happy Earth Day!

To celebrate, check out the new entries in our Fairy Garden Contest. Such magical gardens… keep them coming!

Each week, I feature a new entry into the contest. If you want your garden to be featured, be sure to link back somewhere on your blog to The Magic Onions Fairy Garden Contest. This week I’m sharing this adorable garden from the kids over at Faccio e Disfo

I LOVE to see their little hands making and then playing in their Fairy Garden…

Kitty is especially enamored withe the little peg fairies kissing… ‘Fairy Garden Love at First Site’ she said! We are having such fun looking at all of your gorgeous creations… thank you for sharing them with us all.

Here are all the Fairy Garden links…

Enter the Fairy Garden Contest here.

Here’s a link to the Fair Garden Page for all of our Fairy Garden inspiration, from this year and the past 5 years!

Here’s a link to purchase the cutest Fairy Garden Kit ever.

And, here’s my Pinterest Fairy Garden Page… follow it to see all the cute Fairy Gardens I find.

Also, Little Woodlanders is having an Earth Day sale!!! A HUGE 20% off everything!! Earth Day is a good day if you want to shop for natural, handmade toys.

Blessings and magic,

Donni

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  1. Donni!!!!
    Many Thanks for sharing our garden! We are having such fun with Fairy Gardens (we are still working on them!) and your site is the best source I’ve ever seen! I’m trying to spred this wonderful activity in Italy with a local contest…I hope people will enjoy fairy gardening as we do!
    Many thanks again! you are so inspiring!

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