Monday, June 2, 2014

Tea in the Garden with Jasmine

Welcome friends for tea this week. Won't you join me in the garden with Jasmine?
She's my newest fairy and has invited us for tea.
Keeping scale in mind when constructing a miniature garden, Jasmine needed a very small tea set and I had to glue it together so everything would stay in place on the tray. 
There's a planter full of pink roses with a watering can nearby and a gazing ball that adds interest in a garden.
A couple of bunnies are playing beside the stream. Yes, in fairyland one can have a pink stream - that's for you Sandi!
The plants in the garden are a blue bacopa, miniature hosta and a chunk of moss.
Thank you for joining me to have tea with Jasmine in her garden.
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32 comments:

  1. Oh Judith...I LOVE your fairy garden! How sweet! We had bonsai when I was small, and I loved dreaming about the little villages and streams by the trees. Your teaset and gazing ball are so cute and Jasmine is charming! Love it! Thanks for linking your world to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
    Ruth

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  2. That looks like fun! Wonderful pink stream...

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  3. How wonderful! My friend just got back from a vacation in Iceland, and she told me people there have fairy houses in their yards.

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  4. What an adorable fairy garden ... all set for tea ... just perfect for little and big girls :)

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  5. A fairy garden, what could be better... why of course... tea in the fairy garden. What a lovely idea.

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  6. Jasmine's fairy tea garden is adorable. Love your creativity, Judith!

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  7. Oh, Judith, I LOVE your fairy garden! The gazing ball is so cute and Jasmine is adorable! The tea set is perfect and I like your pink stream too.:) Love the mini hosta and the blue bacopa! Even my hubby liked your fairy garden when I called him in to see it! I have always meant to make a fairy garden but just never got around to it. Yours is darling and thanks for sharing it with us.

    Hugs,
    Sandi

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  8. Lovely and imaginative! I could see any young (or older!) girl loving this! Good idea to glue the teaser together! Very sweet, Judith. I like how you have it all contained in a pot.

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  9. Now I just love this, Judith! And I must tell you, you have solved a problem for me. I've had some tiny little tea sets I wanted to use for decor somewhere, but I hate knocking all the little pieces about. I just need to follow your (brilliant) lead and glue them in place!

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  10. Oh my goodness, Judith! That is just the cutest mini garden I've ever seen! Love the tiny tea set.

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  11. You are breaking my heart. I just love love your Faery garden. That gazing ball is so cute.

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  12. What a sweet little fairy tea time. I wonder if you will fly for us - a little demonstration if you will!

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  13. The little tea set is so sweet. The fairies would be delighted to come for tea. Valerie

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  14. Hi Judith, If only you could see my smile. I love fairies and fairy gardens and this is just delightful! I love the table and chairs and the pink and white tea set is so sweet. Jasmine is a very lucky fairy. You’ve inspired me to pull our my little collection of fairy garden miniatures. :)

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  15. your new little fairy is so delicate and so pretty! I love the little gazing ball as well!! Such a pretty little fairy garden!

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  16. Oh now look at that adorable fairy garden tea!! Jasmine looks quite at home waiting to sip tea in her lovely garden, complete with tea table and a pretty pink stream.

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  17. Tea with you is certainly an adventure. The little fairy is so delicate and pretty. And where do you find such a tiny hosta?

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  18. I'm sure Jasmine is delighted to live at your house -- especially to have her own mini tea set! Fun post. Happy Tea Day!

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  19. Looks like a few garden fairies are enjoying tea with us! Your fairy garden is so cute! I've got a few around my yard and enjoy them so much.
    Hugs, Nancy

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  20. Oh, so much fun Judith! Love this! and of course, fairies need to have their tea parties, too! Love the pink stream with the bunnies.

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  21. Hi Judith--great minds think alike this week :). Fairies are popping up all over! Your fairy garden is so pretty and well done! I just did my first fairy garden this weekend, it is no where near this elaborate. I like the tiny plants and the pretty stream. I would definitely like to join Jasmine's fairy tale tea!

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  22. Jasmine has a lovely garden, and her new tea set is beautiful. What a sweet setting for a tiny garden!
    And for tea time : )
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  23. Darn that is cute. Darn it Judith you are making me want a small fairy garden. I have been eyeing a pot tray that I don't use as I realize now we really shouldn't have them on there for days now. :)That is adorable.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  24. I adore your fairy garden, Judith! Jasmine is lovely and the roses and tea set are so pretty! Hope you are having a wonderful week!
    Hugs, Beth

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  25. Oh Judith, that is so danged adoraable! I love Jasmine likes her pretty pink floral china on a lovely outdoor bistro set.

    I sure wish I was itty bitty as a fairy to join her. I guess in my dreams I fly.

    Your little garden is darling!!

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  26. Lovely.... I'm trying not to clutter... and regrettably I've passed over some cute mini tea sets! Have a great day - Linked friend!

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  27. How sweet! Your fairy garden is just a dreamy world. I really love the fairy and her smile on her face. She looks so happy.
    Hope you have a good day, Judith.

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  28. Beautiful and charming! What a lovely tea party you've shared with us this week.

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  29. Oh how cute Judith...I love fairies.

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