Fairy gardens seem to be a hot thing right now. My sister and I were talking about creating one for my Gram this season. They are adorable, miniature and magical gardens designed to attract fairies. So, it was quite fitting when I was contacted by The Fairy Hobmother himself!
Who is the Fairy Hobmother?
You may have seen other bloggers talking about the Fairy Hobmother. His name is Matt, and when he is not traveling around the blogosphere spreading light and joy, you can find him at is fairy overlords, Appliances Online. He is also on Twitter
@Fairyhobmother. His mission is to show appreciation to us bloggers. He finds us all by visiting our comments on other blogs. That means if you would like him to visit you, you should leave a comment on this post!
I literally spent about 3 hours the other night obsessing over fairy gardens. From Google images to Pinterest, there are impressive pictures to enjoy. I would just love to have one of these mystical areas. This is a project that will be perfect for my sister and I to do with my Gram.
Gram loves to garden. She has always had the most beautiful and impressive landscaping on the block. Due to age and a recent stroke, she can’t do as much as she used to. Believe me, that will not stop her from trying! So, if we give her a project like this, with tiny details to get involved with, it will help occupy her time and need to care for plants.
These fairy gardens can be in any size. From just a simple potted plant arrangement, to an entire section of a yard to create a village… The project can be as big or small as you would like! I will keep you posted on what we come up with!
Do you believe in fairies?
Disclosure: I received a gift code from the Fairy Hobmother in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.