So maybe that’s not a thing…

Anyway, this week I was given the opportunity to lead a workshop at Cornerstone Center for the Arts building fairy gardens.  I had never made a garden for miniature mythological beings before, so to Pinterest I went, and oh my goodness…   The stuff I found was super awesome.

So I spent the next few days building tiny stuff.

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This much cute can be hard to handle.

The day of the workshop, the kids did a great job!  So many awesome ideas.

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I love the fairy homes concealed under moss. And check out that welcome mat!
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Some very nice fencing.
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A lovely door to a hidden cave home.
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A tire swing! What!?!
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And an awning for this lovely structure.

There were so many more wonderful creations.  All the kids did an amazing job.

So after the kiddo’s went home, my kiddo came by and together, *cough cough* mostly me *cough cough*, we assembled our fairy gardens.

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I had two pots, and lots of samples, so two gardens were made.
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A swing and my fairy’s hidden doorway.
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A bridge, swing, and the hidden door.
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A ladder to connect the two.
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Hidden cave entrance for the shy fairies out there.
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And a place for tiny tea.

This week was so much fun!  What comes next?  Who knows!  Maybe stable decoration for a unicorn.

Always the best for 'My Little Pony'
Always the best for ‘My Little Pony‘.
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