- If you build them,
- they will come!
Priscilla took this picture of her garden at dusk…or as Faerie’s love to call it …that magic time of “Betwixt and Between”… She was surprised to see that the faerie house had actually attracted a guest who was caught on camera. Can you find her?
This is Fae Quinn’s house. Lisa created this great faerie garden for him and the next morning found the door wide open! Hmmmmm.
These are Fairy Lilies or Rain Lilies reflected in our pond. They’ve been blooming profusely this year!
Bruce’s First Faerie House, Willow Inn in our garden.
You don’t have to build big gardens. Little vignettes will do! Here’s a sweet faerie meditating with her toes in the pond.
Bruce had fun creating this wonderful faerie cottage for our dear Irish friend, Joy. Then Joy had fun making this great indoor faerie garden! Read the story Janice wrote for it…Gaelicapri and the Full Moon Festival…..soon to be published.
I set this up under my computer monitor at work. A few minutes later, I heard a vibration, turned back to look and the faerie was facing the opposite direction! Woah!
Guess the faerie energy was making its presence known!
Tanzy’s Beach Hut found a home in Lance & Carla’s garden. Their kitty has decided to become it’s permanent Guardian! Cats are very sensitive to elemental energies.
Building bridges to faerie!
Terrariums can be wonderful ways to build faerie gardens too!
Close up inside the terrarium faerie garden.
A few mornings after Willow Inn arrived in our garden, this wonderful patch of mushrooms sprouted! Happy Mother Earth!
Faeries love gazing balls too! Put them around your flowers.
Gnome Guardian. Place stones in the garden. They love being back home with Mother Earth.