Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Leslie Rahye's "Fairy Land Blog Hop!"


I'm very excited that you could come and visit me today!
This particular blog hop theme is already a favorite with me
 and I could not wait to share with you what I created!
But first a  huge thanks to Leslie Rahye for putting these blog hops together
 for us to create and for you to be inspired! :)
All of our blog hops with Leslie are based around Steam Punk.
You can see past Steam Punk blog hops here.
This time we incorporated Faeries into the theme.
Perfect for me!
 Because I love them both, so decided to create a Steam Punk Faerie garden!
I'm sure it looks a little busy in the pot above.
But I assure you it was SO fun to make and I hope the photos below inspire
you to add a little Steam Punk Faerie charm to your own little garden!
A little jar filled with tiny gears, springs and magical pixie dust.....
Enchanted mirrors to guide your way and a timeless clock encouraging you to stay...
Birds of a feather all flock together to live in this wee Faerie garden...
A Steam Punk inspired flower to set the scene right...
Making the fence out of a collection of old vintage keys was my favorite part...
Seems so fitting for a Faerie Steam Punk garden....Don't you agree? :)
A miniature Victorian lamp post will light your way...
Thank you for coming by! I hope you and your "inner" child like what you see.  :)
Please click the links below for some more Faerie inspiration and a few magical giveaways!
I will be offering 3 lucky readers some Magical Pixie Dust, so be sure to leave me a way to reach you in case you win...International welcome as long as your country allows "glitter" to be mailed.
Thanks! :)

10 comments:

Barbara Rankin said...

I love your steampunk style fairy garden. It is so creative and detailed. Love the steampunk flower, the key fence, the fairy, just everything. TFS.

Jess B. said...

Oooh love it. TFS

Fabrizio Martellucci said...

Beautiful it's like I was teleported in another world ! X Fab

Regena said...

that is really beautiful.

Jean M said...

Amazing detail work, it would take a bit of time to discover all the bits and pieces! WOW

Pammejo said...

Love the steampunk take on the Fairy inspiration. Wonderful garden pot. TFS

BlytheSpirit said...

I loved the manner of mixing botanicals with lovely pieces of art. How ingenious!

Susan said...

Your two favorite things! (or two of your many favorite things!) Very magical!

Susan said...

Two of your favorite things! It is adorable!

leslierahye said...

This is awesome Michelle! I need a fence of keys!! Thank you for joining my fairy bloghop!!

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