I’ve had the most wonderfully creative weekend designing new DIY fairy garden kits for the shop.
It’s my most favorite work activity of all – designing new enchantments. I get to play with flower fairies and magical miniature things all day long. And my camera, of course, which I love.
The kids join in from time to time with suggestions and ideas and end up sidetracked into a magical fairy garden world of their own.
It turns out to be a happy family collaboration.
I will be listing all the kits in the shop this week but, for now, Baby Emily Sweet Pea and her magical fairy garden are ready for enchanted adventures (purchase)
Isn’t this a delightful fairy garden kit!
It comes with these magical miniature treasures : a flower fairy or gnome of your choice, a sweet squirrel friend, mini toadstools, robins egg nest, a sparkly star, a clam shell full of colorful shining gems, a magic crystal ball, wood rounds and stepping stones, a miniature peg with thread, two wood spools, various twigs and bark, a felted acorn, paper flowers, a feather butterfly and various types and colors of moss.
Customers can choose from 9 flower fairies and gnomes but you’ll have to pop over to the shop to see them… I’ll put it this way… it will be difficult to decide upon your favorite… they are ALL so lovely.
There are so many fun options for imaginative and creative fairy gardening.
But I know you want to see more photos so here you go…
This is Emily Lucy Sweet Pea. She is darling!
It’s a good idea to pin this next image to Pinterest so that you can find this kit easily next time you are trying to think of a magical birthday present for the little fairy-lovers in your life.
Please don’t forget to enter your fairy garden into this years Fairy Garden Contest.
Blessings and magic,