A charming English garden entrance for gnomes and fairies from Miniature Garden Shoppe.
Well, all of this fairy garden research has had me pining for teeny tiny accoutrements. While there are a lot of choices out there (eBay is a good place to look), I decided to try the Miniature Garden Shoppe, because they had comparable prices to everywhere else, and they had a good variety of arbors and accessories. Natural Havens also had a lot of great choices, and flat-rate shipping, but I found a few more treasures at MGS, and I only wanted to pay shipping one time.
If your fairies are into the mid-century modern vibe, their garden might include chairs like this, and tiny glasses of scotch.
Just check out this cuteness!
I love this arbor with the gates that open and close. I can just see a fairy vine trained up both sides. Beautiful!
The cuteness of this bird feeder! It's killing me! This is the tiniest of gardens—can't you just see it on a sunny windowsill?
Starboy definitely is going to need a bridge for his fairy garden.
I wish I'd ordered a bucket so he can water his fairies' plants!
I love how wheelbarrows are a classic symbol of gardening. Does anyone even use them any more?
We could finish the English garden with this prim but weathered bench for having a chat...
And, just when you think you've bought everything, Christmas will roll around and you'll have to redecorate! You wouldn't want those fairies to feel snubbed!
Many of these items are at a variety of online shops; I just happened to find the Miniature Garden Shoppe through a Google search and decided to give them a try. I don't receive any benefit for telling you about them. If you have a favorite spot for finding little treasures for your fairy garden, could you mention them in the comments?
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