Friday, March 11, 2011

Come tour my gypsy caravan garden:)......






xoxox :)

20 comments:

  1. I just want to shrink myself and move in!!!

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  2. I love your creations. Since we are moving to the desert soon, I like how you've used succulents to create something so fairylike.

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  3. I am going to lick the side of the mushroom to shrink a little....woooooirrrppppp. There. Now I am just the right size to take a trip in that lovely caravan. My first stop will be your enchanted market to get some shoes. Then I would love to have a dance and listen to the tamborines of some of the other gypsy fairies. What a party!... Then off to somewhere new, because a Gypsy Soul cannot stay in one place to long, but I am sure I can find another little enchanted fairy home in that wonderfully enchanted land of yours. Love them all!

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  4. They are so magical. Shall I shrink down and see if I can fit inside and take a look around. Perhaps we could have some acorn coffee or mint tea and a mallow cake? What do you think?

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  5. Just wonderful. I want to visit too!

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  6. Love the fairlyland(s)!! Magic is such a must :)!!

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  7. Just wonderful. IT made me laugh because I too have a little succulent garden in a similar pot!
    http://gypseatree7.blogspot.com/2010/08/anticipation.html

    Loved your email and can't wait to do the post. Enjoy your vacation!!!

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  8. This is so beautiful...I love it!

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  9. Wow...super magical..so enchanting...yay..beautiful..shine on!
    Victoria~

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  10. This is soo cute! Now all you need is to make a gypsy frog or something like that to add to it,heeheehee

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  11. I just LOVE it!!!! This is a garden I'd love to visit. :) Theresa

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  12. Ah Melissa, it's gorgeous...I love the succulents - good choice.

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  13. You have woven what looks like a tranquil garden, and I wonder if there is a shy little fairy that secretly rings that bell to tell you "thank you."

    If you have time I thought you might enjoy looking at this post from stoneartblog

    http://stoneartblog.blogspot.com/2011/03/this-year-for-national-tree-week-why.html

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  14. Diddo on shrinking myself and moving in!

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  15. Love the little plants in your beautiful little faerie homes! Wanted to pop by and say thank you for the birthday wishes which you extended.
    Blessings

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  16. A gypsy caravan garden! You have just won by heart!!!!

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