Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Enchanted Miniature Gardens

Barlows, my favorite Garden Center, has been calling my name.
I could here them,
"Debbie, come look at all the beautiful flowers."
 
Then they sent me an email...
Enchanted Miniature Gardens, Saturday & Sunday.
 
Gorgeous and Fun, let me show you what they were displaying!
 
Fairy Crossing
 
A birdbath, within a birdbath.
 
A home, within a birdbath.
 
 
I don't know about you guys, but I will never look at
my birdbath in the same way.
 
These were the mini, mini's.
There was also a miniature fairy village,
be still my heart.
 
You will never look at small plants the same again.
 
This was all about fairies...Part II, the bigger picture, tomorrow!
 

31 comments:

  1. I love miniatures, and these gardens are precious. I especially like the one with the graveled path. This makes me want to play! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. SO pretty! Wonder if my local garden center does this?? Will have to inquire!

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  3. How cool is that?! I can't imagine the patience it would take to put those together.

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  4. Oh wow!! I've never seen anything like this before! I want!!!

    :)

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  5. Oh they are so cute. I love Barlows too!

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  6. The fairy village got me, too cute!

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  7. LOL! My daughter would really like these! My favorite is the birdbath in a birdbath!

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  8. yeah, i liked the birdbath w/ the birdbath, too. :)

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  9. These are so cute.This gets me thinking about what to do with an old birdbath.

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  10. Debbie, these are the cutest thing...It does give you an entirely different view of a birdbath...Would be so cute in a garden.....

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  11. I can't wait to build a fairy house in our yard when the grandsons arrive this summer.

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  12. Oh it makes me want to make one for myself. So pretty, I bet you had fun.

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  13. These are so fun! I'm always wondering what will they dream up next to do! So many creative people out there.

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  14. These are all precious little gardens. It is quite obvious that a lot of time and creativity went into putting together these miniature gardens. They are all magical! Wonderful photographs, Debbie!

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  15. Debbie, they are cute miniature gardens. The fairies are cute! But, what would the real birdies do without their bath.

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  16. Debbie, They are precious! Oh I know the fairies who visit me in the spring would be so happy if I built a little place for them to stay.

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  17. so cool. those little gardens are so precious. love them. where are the fairies & gnomes? ( :

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  18. Oh Debbie I want a bird bath now, they are so cute. B

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  19. Oh, those fairy gardens are so beautiful. I planted one last year in an old ceramic bowl. I'll have to replant it this spring. Can't wait!

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  20. Debbie, these are wonderful!
    You can really see all of the love that goes into the creation of them.

    Happy day to you!

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  21. These are wonderful! How much fun would it be to do one in your own garden. I feel inspired! :-) And, yes, by the way, I do love purple! :-)

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  22. Oh my gosh; I would love to find these minature gardens here. I can just picture they in various places in my yard. Loved the picture!
    Blessings!

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  23. Oh I just love those! What patience it must take to create those!

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  24. These are so darling and really creative. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. I like these! How sweet they are!

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  26. Ah, such cuteness - brings out that little girl who still lives inside us :D)

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