Wednesday, September 24, 2014

WW- Fairyland



10 comments:

Bijoux said...

So cute!

Mom24 said...

Adorable Kat!

betty said...

Love it; very intricate!

betty

Midlife Roadtripper said...

Oh, my gosh. Did you guys make that? I have an elf's door and window on one of my trees. Have wanted to create a fairy world around the base so have enjoyed seeing yours.

Kat said...

Midlife- Yes! I posted a few pics of fairy houses we've done in the past and of this one earlier in the year, but it is always prettier after the plants have grown in a bit. We usually make a fairy house every summer. And then I sneak around and put cotton and leaves in the house to make it look like a fairy is actually living in the house. I kind of forgot to do that part this summer and Grace has been checking. I finally remembered the other day and Grace found it and FREAKED out. She was screaming, "We've got a fairy! We've got a fairy!" So sweet. :)
Love our fairy houses.

Hilary said...

That is so sweet. I just read your comment about Grace "finding the fairy." How precious is that!

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...

So beautiful and sweet! This cheered me today. I need that!

Tabor said...

So next year I am going to try this in a barrel!!!

Elaine Alguire said...

SO darn cute!! I just love the little pumpkin patch. :D

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