I have long, long held a fascination for Fairy Gardens whether they be huge elaborate creations or a simple broken pot reused that is now full of imagination.
I’ve always lived in apartments where there is no room whatsoever for an elaborate set-up to be devoted to such a project. Yet, I now live in a house (rented) where I could make a fairy garden (or tons) as indoor projects.
So, now I’m searching out ideas that I could put into practical use… it has to be practical for I’d never leave these beauties behind so they must be small enough to be moveable should that need arise.
During a year that has held more than its fair share of stress, tension, and uncertainty this new hobby may be a way to channel those chaotic thoughts and fears into something relaxing and therapeutic in the end.
I’ve long had a love affair with the Fae, the Faries, the Faery… it matters not how you spell the word the thought associated with it is … magical, elusive, mischievous, believable make-believe.
I’m also old enough now to know that my fascination with a Faery World is truly my imagination at work, those “what if” moments that we all have no matter our age.
In truth, my Faery world is often a place of escape – where I can slip the human bonds of the body and simply let my imagination run free — like back in my youth when anything was possible and just over the next ridge on the horizon was the greatest adventure of all time. We all know the truth about that, but reality sucks at times and I make the choice to allow my childhood imagination off the leash at times and simply enjoy life and the moment.
We’re working in the background to bring you an awesome experience.
We’ll be active once all the ‘magic’ is done.