The Fairy Garden

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My sweet friend Shamira of SmilingNotes published a very inspiring post about 50 Fun Summer Activities. One of her ideas was building a fairy garden. I love fairies and I already have a circle of fairies around my patio. 

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But I her suggestion reminded me of gifting them. I love the atmosphere in my garden. It is like an island of peace and my refuge. Many years ago I made gem stone trees like this one:

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There are still a lot of different stones left. I went into my craft box and mixed some of those little gem stones together.

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I dug a hole next to each figurine:

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I thanked the fairies for their support, protection, and loving care and for letting me create and work in this place. I had some gem stones left and placed them next to my beloved willow. I thanked the willow fairy for taking such good care of the tree which means so much to me.

In the second picture, you can see my curious tortoise coming over to check what I was doing. Sorry, Hercules, all done!

I enjoyed doing this and hope the fairies are pleased.

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I love this. ❤ We have a fairy-friendly house, often gifting them with pretty stones we find on walks, crystals, berries (and other seasonal foods), wine… We’ve built fairy houses and leave them a special offering on days when they are supposedly more active: Summer Solstice, etc. 🙂

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Oh, this was very inspiring. Thank you, Sarah. Yes, I will definitely concentrate more on the fairies and their activities again. I learned a lot about them and it seems it is time to live it again. How lovely that you are thinking of the fairies wherever you go. I will do the same from now on. Thank you so much for this wonderful comment 💖

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It seems your fairies are getting the royal treatment from you, too. 🙂 I love the crystals you left. They must be very happy! (P.S. Your gem stone trees are gorgeous. I have a citrine one…is that one amethyst?)

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Thank you, Sarah. I wanted them to have a colorful choice 😊 I did not make this particular tree. It is just an example from the internet. But the ones I made looked pretty much like that one. I was good in making them. This one is an amethyst, yes. I made them with so many various stones (also citrine) and different colored metal filament 😊

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Oh my goodness, Erika! Your fairies are soooooo lovely!! 💖💖💖. Wish I had a fairy garden like that! 😊😊😊. I also loved your idea about the little gem stones, how wonderful! Maybe something magical will grow out of them! Like Jack’s magical beans! 😊😊😊😊 Keep a lookout! 👀

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Trini, I am not surprised that you like the idea. You have an angel-heart and fairies are earth-angels. I used to gift them with gem stones but due to all the changes in my life during the past 10 years I forgot about it. There is already such magic in the air only by feeling into their energy again… It is wonderful . I will for sure let you know in case I experience a “fairy tale”. Thank you very much for your sweet comment 💖💖

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