Thanks to so many folks for adding such nice reviews on my etsy shop. I love to hear from people and I especially love to see photos of what customers create with my work. Here are a few recent reviews I wanted to share. So far, I have all 5 Star reviews. Thanks to all … More Thanks for the Reviews
I’m working hard to get ready for our upcoming fall art festivals. See my Upcoming Events page for details of when and where to find us. Not only will I have some new fairy garden houses and accessories, but I am adding hanging planters, wheel-thrown flower pots, ceramic outdoor bells, six-inch tall house numbers, and … More Preparing for Fall Shows 2019
Where do fairies go to market? Well, here, of course! I have been working on some much more elaborate outdoor fairy garden ceramics, and here is an example. I collected plastic flowers, tiny honey jars, beads, and pottery. I hand-built the ceramic building with tree support (notice the little “fairy door at the bottom of … More Fairy Garden Market Shop
When we got home my dad would grill steaks and my mom would sauté the mushrooms in something fattening and delicious like real butter! … More Spring Morels Are Here!
Join me this weekend in Vero Beach, Florida for the annual Hibiscus Festival. I will have lots of new items, fairy gardens, new fairy houses and really fun new accessories! I’ve been working hard to create new items that I’m sure will make you smile. Each piece is handmade with love. I use sturdy stoneware … More Hibiscus Festival Art Show April 9-10, 2016
I have been working on some new fairy garden houses that are very large. I want to have some “show case” pieces for my upcoming art and garden shows, so I spent some time sketching and designing new works that are very grand and very detailed. In the first photo you can see my sketch … More Fairy Garden Tree House
This featured fairy garden belongs to Susie Corker of Lake Orion, Michigan. The charm of this garden is in the many details that blend seamlessly into the little landscape. Hidden paths lead to secret gardens. Tiny stone cottages give shelter to little fairies who enjoy the campfire, complete with roasting marshmallows. There are miniature signs … More Featured Fairy Garden in Lake Orion, Michigan
Two of my grandchildren live a long distance from me and I only get to see them in person once or twice a year. We converse over Skype when we can but we all really enjoy the time together when we visit. They have seen my fairy garden houses online but I hadn’t sent them … More Creating Fairy Gardens with My Grandchildren
Any container or shady garden spot can become a fairy garden. Here I used some pieces from a broken flower pot, a heart-shaped piece of coquina (see below) I found on the beach, a miniature chair from a craft store, and two of my own fairy garden cottages. I added a few plants with small … More Fairy Garden – Where to Begin?
Most of my personal fairy gardens are in containers. We have a screened area at the back of our house as well as a small patio and there I host several container gardens. The miniature fairy garden houses that I have created fit perfectly into these container gardens with lots of room left over for … More Fairy Houses