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DIY Fairy Garden for Easter with a Teacup Patio

A Fairy Garden for Easter

Easy DIY Fairy Garden Once each month I join some of my favorite blogging friends in a blog hop.  You will find the links to their posts at the end of my post.  I am sure you will have a great time. If you have joined me from one of the other Creative Maker blogs, thank you very much for stopping by. This little fairy garden for Easter can be whipped up in ten minutes…

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Faye Meets Diamond – Fairy Story for Children

  A New Story in the Series and Free Printable Originally I was writing one fairy story a month and decided it was too much so its been a couple of month’s since I posted an installment. In this story Faye joins her mother visiting a seniors home  and learns how much her Mom appreciates her kindness and that everyone sometimes needs to feel special.    As always the story includes a new animal and…

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Series Door Printable and Monthly Faerie Story – January Edition

The Faerie Insiders This post has been 9 months in the planning.  A brand new year seems like the perfect time to take the leap and start my children’s story series. I created a new Opt-in Library called the Faerie Insider’s Library.   Every month I will add a letter size printable of a door, with a corresponding child’s story that you can frame or place in a binder.  If  you have already joined the Faerie…

Favorite Posts of 2016

Favorite Posts Round Up Happy New Year Everyone! Christmas is over and it wasn’t nearly as quiet as I expected it to be. Where does the time go?  The family gathered early this year then everyone returned to work.  I was really looking forward to some quiet time to study.  It took no time for Christmas week to pass by.  Guess how much studying I got finished?  I dare you lol. Here is a roundup…

Gingerbread, recipe, baking, christmas, DIY

Gingerbread Fairy Village Cake

Gingerbread Fairy Huts Gingerbread is a wonderful traditional recipe, it was originally brought from Armenia to France in 992.  Personally I love gingerbread in all its forms cookies, puddings and especially cakes. a a As my blog is named Faeries and Fauna I intermittently post something faerie themed so instead of making a full size gingerbread house I made a fairy village cake. Gingerbread Recipe This gingerbread is hard enough to make small fairy huts…

Recipes, DIY, Halloween

Halloween Party in a Flash

Halloween Party in an hour and a half total I decided to share our last minute Halloween party from last year before I started blogging. I found out in the morning that my two girls were able to come up for a visit and were on their way.   It took me an hour and a half. An hour at the grocery store and the dollar store.  Another half hour to toss it all together…

Tooth Fairy, Faerie, Blanket, Sewing, DIY

Tooth Fairy Bed and Printable

One of a Kind Tooth Fairy Keepsake Sewing this little blanket made me wonder about the history of the tooth fairy.  She certainly existed when I was a little one, wiggling my tooth out dreaming of the loot I would haul in.  I was very surprised to find out that she is a fairly new 20th century North American concept.  She does not have a long tradition and its only in recent years that  children have been…

Crochet Faerie Wands – A DIY Fairy Wand Toy

How to Make a Fairy Wand Is there anything more whimsical and wondrous than the thought of your very own fairy wand?  These crochet toy fairy wands are easy to make and can be made with leftover fabric and dollar store supplies. These wands are perfect as little gifts, I made several of them for my granddaughters and their friends.  The girls love them and I find them much safer than the solid wood ones I have…