Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

July 31, 2017

Highfield Hall Fairy Houses, Part 2

Continuing on with the fairy houses....it was so hard to take just one picture when there was so much detail!







All of the vegetables were handmade from coloured clay.





Isn't this the sweetest little bed?










Amazing work!


That's it for the outdoor fairy gardens.  There were a lot of indoor ones as well and those are coming up in the next few days!

12 comments:

  1. The detail is wonderful. Thanks for sharing. Keen eye for whimsy. I look forward to more

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    1. Thanks! The indoor ones will be in the next couple of posts. Those are equally adorable!

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  2. Aww!! so cute and adorable...

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    1. They are! Makes me want to do a bunch in my own yard!

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  3. Amazing the patience to build all these.

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    1. They are a lot of fun to make. I've made 3 but I don't have anywhere to put them!!!

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  4. Hey JoJo,

    I had a look at your other blog and because I'm lazy, I'll comment on your second post.

    As you will know, I'm well into fairy gardens. Thanks for the enchanting photos, JoJo.

    Gary

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    1. You would love these Gary!

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  5. Okay. I seriously need to make some of these.

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    1. They are so much fun to make. I've done 3 but I have no place to display them!

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  6. Oh, the Seuss-like one and the ferris wheel!!!!!!

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    1. Apparently there is a wishing well that I missed! I might have to go back!!!

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