Enter into the world of Fairyville, through the pages of a book.
gorgeous tiny potted plants
Barbara Stanley “This old stump is planted with moss, ivy and impatiens as part of my fairy gardens. Fairy gardening is all fun and no sweat…unlike human gardening! The creative process is so much fun. Once you start thinking about the world from a fairy’s perspective, you ‘ll start seeing fairy garden accessories everywhere you go…thrift stores, dollar stores, craft stores, medicine cabinets, trash cans….”
A little house in a basket.. cute
Miniature Mailbox fairy garden snail mail. $12.50, via Etsy.
Bell Jar Terrarium
2 Miniature Lanterns Glow in the Dark Fairy Garden Terrarium Accessories. $6.00, via Etsy.
Cucamelons: Tiny ‘watermelons’ that taste of pure cucumber with a tinge of lime. These would be so cute in a miniature garden while they're tiny.