Return to the Kitchen Fairy Garden

Last month I showed you my newly planted kitchen fairy garden.

It's been coming along:

Filling in nicely. In fact, the fairy garden was visited by a fairy. Do you see her?





Yes, she was a beautiful fairy. But, she didn't like the fairy garden. Too much junky, rusty kitchen stuff. She belonged in a magical, beautiful, storybook fairy garden, and just like that, she was gone.


Then along came another fairy...



But, alas, this fairy also thought she was a little too pretty for this kitchen fairy garden and a little too big too.

Just when I thought my garden would be "fairyless", another little fairy stopped by.

She wasn't too fancy!


She wasn't too big!

She was perfect! I think she's gonna stay!


The hens are having chicks...



All's well in the fairy garden.

I hope you enjoyed the "Return to the Kitchen Fairy Garden".



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34 comments:

  1. I still love your fairy garden. I just tried to post pictres of our garden center's gardens. Blogger is giving me trouble.....maybe later.
    Perfect fairy.

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  2. Funny! I think the 2nd doll with wings is pretty hysterical. Hmm, I might have to rummage through my old dolls. Your garden is looking great and I'm seeing some cool stuff (old bicycle) in the background. I might have to hire you to work on my yard! In your spare time. :@

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  3. I love your fairy garden and the fairy that's there to stay... too cute!!!

    Carri
    simplydonewright.blogspot.com

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  4. Just like Baby Bear!!! JUST RIGHT!!
    The little fairy is really sweet!

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  5. Carlene, I just love the wonderful fairy kitchen garden, and the perfect little fairy that decided to stay. She is just what the garden needed. Awesome!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  6. Thanks for giving the update on your fairy garden. The latest fairy looks just right! Came over from My 1929 Charmer,

    Distressed Donna Down Home

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  7. Your fairy garden is magical. Love the newest little fairy. She looks perfect in her new home.

    xo,
    Danielle

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  8. What a sweet little fairy garden! I am working on one also just using things Ihave=-need to find a little fairy= all i have now is a little gnome

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  9. Carlene: I love your little rusty fairy. She fit the garden just perfectly and I am really surprised that you were able to capture her in the garden. Only the 'special ones' are allowed to see them..Happy Sunday..Judy

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  10. I LOVE the little fairy in your garden. I've made a fairy garden this past week but I think yours is so much prettier than mine.

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  11. Your fairy garden is looking gooood! Love the lids with red rims all in a row.
    Thanks for stopping by, Mary Alice

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  12. Your fairy garden is looking beautiful! I think the third & final fairy is the right one. I can tell she loves living there. ;)

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  13. This is a neat, beautiful garden. I love it. :)

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  14. Perfect fairy! Perfect garden! Thank you for sharing it at Meet Me Monday. I am getting ready to share this pretty post on Facebook! Love, Me www.youaretalkingtoomuch.com

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  15. I love this special garden. Had an old container that I could not figure out what I wanted to put into it, now I know. but I think I am going to use mis matched china instead.... I love it.

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  16. How fun! Your kitchen fairy garden turned out wonderful. So cute! Love it.

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  17. Cute post! I love your enamel pot lids!
    I picked up a lid from the thrift shop last summer. It was missing it's pot and my hubs thought I was nuts. It's propped up on the shelf in my kitchen and looks cute!

    I'm thinking of putting together a fairy garden for my daughter next summer! Thanks for the ideas! :)

    Stopping by via the Cozy Home Scenes linky party!

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  18. I'm glad all's well in fairy land. I just love your little garden and now with all the fairies. To cute for words. Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sunday's Best!

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  19. I hope she decides to stay in your pretty fairy garden, Carlene. She looks very cute among the plants and items that you have used so creatively. Thank you for letting us see your garden and the new occupant . Hope to see you at the Grill, BBQ and Picnic Party next week.------------- Shannon

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  20. So cute and the last fairy suits the garden perfectly!

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  21. Your fairy garden is adorable!! I'm a new follower!

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  22. Love it, it's so cute! and I think the perfect fairy found the perfect home~

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  23. Cute post! So glad the right Fairy came along. She is perfect ♥
    *hugs*deb

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  24. I just love it! Yours is perfect and I love the hen and chicks. They are so much fun to make. I have been collecting tiny things so when my grand-daughter visits later this month we can make one under the old cherry tree.

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  25. It sounds like your fairy garden was having a Goldilocks moment. It's great the fairy that is "just right" turned up at last to make it her home. It's a delightful hodgepodge.

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  26. What a beautiful Fairy garden!! And I think that latest fairy is the perfect one for it!!

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  27. SUPER CUTE! Crossing my fingers you'll share at my party! Saturdays at Seven!

    XO, Aimee

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  28. This is so beyond cute! I love it. So happy for you that someone has decided to make it her home. If you're looking for another place to share your creative projects, I would love for you to join us over at Etcetorize. Party starts later tonight, hope to see you there!

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  29. This is a gorgeous addition to any patio. I especially love those succulents. I envious of your green thumb.

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  30. I love your fairy garden! Just beautiful! I also love your idea for the mini muffin tins. Excellent! Going to have to try this now!

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  31. You're right! She's just perfect for your Fairy Garden! It has turned gorgeous and filled in and I love the violas...so pretty, all of it! I want one! It's 102 outside and I worked out there all morning so it will have to wait and go on the "never-ending" list of things to do! LOL!

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  32. Carlene, I've been collecting things to make a fairy garden. I love what you've done. You are soooo creative. Where did you find the iron fairy??? I did get that same Dollar Tree one, but gave it to the granddaughters. I need to get busy on mine, but I've been waiting until it gets cooler.

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  33. Hi I am new here came over from hometalk.
    love your little fairy garden! this is fairy is really cute and perfect for the garden. hum if she goes missing , please don't come looking n my direction.hehehe

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