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Create Your Own Fairy Garden!

Create Your Own Fairy Garden!

Imagine a fairy, maybe a Flower Fairy sitting on a bench looking down at a turtle or a tiny hedgehog. Picture the pair in a terrarium or in a container of your choice where they can keep you company every day. When you

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April showers bring May flowers!

April showers bring May flowers!

April showers bring May flowers! We have plenty of items to help decorate both indoor and out!Our garden statues are perfect for ledges by the water feature or on a garden wall. All of our smaller trinkets are perfect to help the Easter Bunny stuff e

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Valentine’s Day Greetings!

Valentine’s Day Greetings!

Roses are red, violets are blue, and nothing says love like a fairy gift from me to you.All year long the fairies demonstrate the importance of sharing, passion, love, kindness, caring, and respect. All of these things we tend to forget with the resp

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2014 has arrived!

2014 has arrived!

The New Year has arrived! Now is the time for resolutions and a fresh start. We put our best foot forward and use all our knowledge from past years to absorb and gain new knowledge to help us grow and understand what 2014 has in store.As our schedule

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Fairy Gardening – Create YOUR own fairy garden!

Fairy Gardening – Create YOUR own fairy garden!

Creating a fairy garden is not rocket science, but it does involve some research and planning in order to achieve the desired results. FAIRY GARDENING, Creating Your Own Magical Miniature Garden, written by Julie Bawden-Davis and Beverly Turner, and

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Good Gourds!

Good Gourds!

It's good to be a gourd! Not only are they beautiful – ripening into a variety of colors, sizes and shapes fit for a seasonal centerpiece – but they have been cultivated for thousands of years by many cultures worldwide. Gourds are actually related

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Better Fairy Homes and Gardens

Better Fairy Homes and Gardens

Did you know little is the new big? In the growing miniature market, tiny is trés chic. After years of ostentatious consumption, with homes that looked and felt more like warehouses, it’s good that we’re back to appreciating things of a smaller

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