Yesterday, I shared Part ONE of the Fairy Garden finalists with 8 magical gardens.
Today is Part TWO and I have another 8 enchanting gardens to show you.
I’ll start with this AMAZING creation from the Twig and Toadstool kids (click on the link to see closeup photos).
Isn’t it breathtaking?! So much detail… acorn cap bowls, pine cone tables and chairs, mossy beds. You’ll need to pour over these photos for quite a while and you’ll still be seeing new enchantments all the time. And, can you see that everything is picked up from nature. Wow!!!
I do love tree trunk fairy gardens. Look at this sweet one…
It has little potted plants, such a charming pathway and even a little party banner. But, most of all, I love to see a real fairy playing in it. Lea, your garden is beautiful.
See more photos of this tree trunk fairy garden here.
Here is Sarah’s fairy garden. Oh I love it SO much… with it’s pink little bucket and its colorful wood house.
And, do you see the little fairy? Isn’t she wonderful in her crochet dress and acorn hat!
But, what I love most is Sarah and her sweet Fairy Garden sign. This sign, quite literally, melts my heart!
Your garden is enchanting Sarah… well done!
See more of Sarah’s potted fairy garden here.
Now this fairy garden. Oh my!!! This is pure delight. This is enchantment and magic and beauty in the extreme. These photos speak for themselves. Take your time… let yourself get lost.
See lots of closeup photos of this amazingly magical fairy garden here.
Here’s another gorgeous Fairy Garden, made by Maureen and her little ones. It’s planted in a tin pot. The details are utterly enchanting… so many sweet little treasures to find. Look at the little bark and acorn house. It has marbles and little shells stuck to it for decoration… and a little acorn chimney. And little mushrooms and colored stones growing around it. And, the fairy tutu washing line!!!
See more photos of Maureen’s fairy garden here.
And, here’s a fairy garden from Dannyelle. In fact, it’s a whole fairy village… all in little flower pots going up her stairs. What could be more enchanting?
See many more closeup photos of this potted fairy garden village here.
We love this fairy house. Look how the roof is made from pine cones and moss. And, of course, it has been painted so prettily. We love the tire swing and the twig chairs and the little veggie garden. And we love the story that comes with it. In fact, Teddy has decided that if he finds that he has become a gnome one day, he will live this this very spot.
Click here for more photos of this delightful fairy garden.
And, last but not least, here is a wonderful Fairy Garden made in a broken terracotta flower pot with little mossy steps that lead up to the most delightful little stone fairy cottage. A cobble stone path, lined with bright miniature toadstools, leads to the front door of the cottage. And there’s a delightful patio with stick chairs and a stick table, complete with tea cups and a plate of cookies.
Don’t miss the birdbath, the mailbox or the charming nest in the tree… take your time to browse every detail in this magical Fairy Garden.
Click here to see more closeup photos of this fairy garden in a broken flower pot.
There we have it… the 16 finalists of the year (click here to see the Fairy Garden Contest Finalists : Part One)
Wow… I’m amazed at the enchantment, imagination and magic shining from each and every garden.
How will we ever choose winners?
Tune in tomorrow to see .
A reminder of the magical prizes that will be won…
First Prize : Daphne the Spring Fairy from Lavender and Lark
Second Prize : $110 Gift Certificate to The Magic Onions Shop
Third Prize : $100 Gift Certificate to Stubby Pencil Studio
Fourth Prize : 75$ Gift Certificate to Magic Wool
Be sure to check out these Fairy Garden links…
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
Happy Fairy Gardening,
Blessings and magic,
I am having my first child, I am 8 wreks along and i stumbled upon this idea from etsy. I read the story behind the fairy gardens too, and it truely warmed my heart! I can’t wait to have my baby and start this tradition with my child, it sounds so enchanting (even to me) and i’m 26! Ill be looking forward to sharing my fairy creations one day ☺
Congrats to you and your family… and what a lucky child to have a mom who is going to make fairy gardens with him/her :-)