Below, one of a collection of tiny fairy mailboxes clustered at the base of a tree, all filled with tiny letters!
And by another tree, there was an adorable arrangement with a wishing well and a pot full of "gold" wishing balls, as well as a fairy street signpost, and other little signs here and there. I made a wish that I hope will come true!papier-mache garden gnomes a few years ago (just before I retired), one of my absolute favorite projects. Here's a couple from that time that I really loved. Each gnome was unique; some had bows and arrows, baskets for gardening, fishing poles, and so much more, all out of the imagination of my third graders!
Back to the display at the Georgi... There was a collection of pretty little houses all scattered around a "garden", complete with a swing, a table, and so much more. Many of these houses had little back porches and back doors, too.
Then there was this odd little collection of fairies, tucked all over the place.
I mean, what is this cork thing? A fairy-catcher?
And there were interesting things hanging from trees, and so much more.
Lots of little stone "owls" were tucked into trees here and there.
I'd love to hear from you if you've got any fairy house experience!!