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Be My (FairyGardens) Valentine

Be My (FairyGardens) Valentine

Love is blooming in
the garden with gifts from the heart and the magic of new friends. Fairy gardening is all about sharing, caring, and passion (albeit for mini-gardening, but fulfilling a desire nonetheless).

Create a wildly whimsical display of affection with tiny characters that exude love and friendship without all the chocolates and chintz.

Ok, we’ll admit, no February 14th is complete without some form of hearts, flowers, or cards, but a set of Love Gnomes with irresistible faces and charming dispositions with the trifecta, epitomizes Valentine’s Day. If subtlety is more your style, love birds on a branch or a hedgehog’s warm embrace will blend into any enchanted display.

Why not envision romance in the garden? String up some red heart lighting over a bistro table with wine glasses set for two. Place a fairy couple’s bench in a corner surrounded by stone hearts and messages of love. The possibilities are endless with micro accessories that brings imagination to life in a big way.

Start a new tradition and celebrate someone special without the typical array of trinkets. Roses may be a token of appreciation, but rose fairies are forever friends. Warm someone’s heart with friendship in a box, or the gift of tender companionship found in the garden. There’s no shortage of hugs, kisses, cuddles, or couples figurines in micro-gardening that speak volumes and can easily show someone how much they mean to you.

Valentine’s Day is about togetherness, and there are signs of love throughout every garden, you just need to know where to look.

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  • Chris Derrick said...

    I have a question. Do you put your fairy garden outside? I did once and never again. I’m waiting for my husband to build me a large table with tiers and I can put it up in a extra room we have.