Christmas Fairy Garden
Give the gift of enchantment this holiday season! We welcome you to our Christmas and winter themed miniature fairy gardens. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, other holidays or simply the winter season, may your holidays be merry, bright and filled with fairy magic! Visit our winter and Christmas fairy gardens and enjoy the magic of the season. You can also find our Christmas fairy garden photos on our Pinterest Christmas Fairy Board.
The fairies have been hard at work decorating the mini fairy gardens for Christmas and all of the winter holidays. Fairies love the magic of the winter season and light up every miniature accessory with sparkling mini fairy lights. Flying in snowstorms can be hazardous, even the for the fairies, and the little Christmas fairy lights help the fairies navigate through the snowstorm safely to their fairy houses. We hope you enjoy a trip to our winter and Christmas miniature fairy gardens. May your season be filled with fairy magic!
Photo above features mini wheelbarrow
We're filling our miniature Christmas gardens with tiny Christmas trees of all shapes and sizes. The gnomes have selected the perfect trees from the enchanted forest. The gnomes have been wheelbarrowing the mini Christmas trees into the fairy garden for the fairies to transform works of art with sparkling fairy lights and tiny ornaments. The fairy houses will be aglow with enchanted miniature Christmas trees. The tiny fairies will be eagerly waiting for elves to deliver presents on Christmas morning. Our miniature fairy gardens are full of mini Christmas trees and the enticing scent of evergreen wafts through the air. Miniature Christmas trees are a favorite of fairies, gnomes and garden visitors of all sizes.
Photo above features Greenman Fairy Door
Our greenman is woodland tree spirit who blows gusts of snow over the fairy garden, covering the mini gardens with a fine layer of sparkling white snow. While the fairies and gnomes build snowmen and frolic in the gardens, greenman watches over all of the fairy festivities. While it's fun to frolic in the snow, the fairies and gnomes need a cozy place to defrost. This opening fairy doors allows fairies and gnomes to flit through our fairy gardens and enjoy a cozy cup of cocoa in front of a cheerful fire before running to the snow. Greenman is a favorite winter spirit in our festive fairy gardens.
Photo above features Mini Woodland Furniture Set.
Winter is a busy time in the fairy garden. The gnomes and elves are wrapping up miniature packages and the fairies are baking up culinary confections. We've set up extra fairy garden tables to furnish all of the fairy festivities. The gnomes have carved these enchanted woodland tree stump tables and stools from the fairy garden. Our miniature woodland furniture will be soon be full of tiny sweets, fairy feasts and festive gatherings. We always run out of enough seating space in the fairy garden so we make sure to have extra chairs on hand for all the Christmas fun.
Miniature red cardinals are favorite visitors to our miniature fairy gardens during the winter. Our little cardinal is helping the gnomes hang ornaments high in the trees to spread a little magic everywhere in the fairy garden. Our vibrant miniature cardinal is always easy to spot in the fairy gardens. Louis is a favorite feathered friend to all of the fairies in the fairy garden. While the cardinals love hanging ornaments and fairy lights in the fairy garden, they have a tendency to steal all the mini seed balls. You'll find miniature cardinals perched on snowy branches throughout our winter fairy gardens.
Christmas carols are full of magic and these joyful sounds can be heard in the Enchanted Gardens workshop, shipping department and even the mini fairy garden. A chorus of songbirds is joined by the sweet sounds of fairies and their magical music can be heard throughout the gardens. Their sweet intoxicating sound is bewitching and you won't be able to resist singing along. The fairy garden chorus is practicing their Christmas carols in a cozy log cabin church while snow falls in the fairy garden outside.
Our fairies and gnomes love frolicking in the snow but they need a warm place to call home during wild winter weather. Snow can fall deep enough to hide a fairy house in the snow but you'll always catch sight of a red toadstool top peaking out from the winter wonderland. The fairies and gnomes love this colorful red spotted toadstool mushrooms house and pop up throughout the miniature fairy garden. When it's cold and snowing outside, the little gnomes are curled up by the fire inside this magical miniature fairy house.
Warm up after a fun day spent playing in the snow with a magical cup of cocoa. Fairies make the ultimate cup of hot chocolate with blended dark chocolate and just a sprinkling of cinnamon. Treat your miniature fairies and gnomes to a heartwarming cup of cocoa in your miniature fairy gardens. It might be a perfect time to enjoy a cup of cocoa and join in a little fairy magic and mischief. Don't be surprised if you are overwhelmed by the urge to abandon your work and spend the day throwing snowballs or making impromptu snow angels in your miniature fairy gardens. Our mini fairy cocoa is full of playful fairy magic.
A few ornaments went missing in the fairy garden and our little blue boy gnome was determined to find the answers to this magical Christmas mystery. It turns out our miniature blue jay Mischief was decorating his own nest for Christmas. He also didn't think there was enough ornaments in the treetops so he scattered a few high in the branches. With the mystery solved, our little gnomes went to work decorating the woodland forests and the blue jays were singing their praises. There's always room for a little magical mischief in our winter miniature gardens.
Our fairies and gnomes have transformed their fall acorns in enchanted woodland fairy houses. These magical miniature acorns look right at home in our winter fairy gardens and keep your wee fairies, gnomes and chipmunks toasty and warm. Our miniature chipmunk is making sure the fairy houses are stocked full of tiny acorns and pine cones to keep to keep the fairies and gnomes warm during the winter months. Our miniature acorn house is the perfect dwelling for your fairies to take refuge from the wicked winter weather and it's a bustling hub of activity in our winter fairy gardens.
Happy Thanksgiving! The fairies, gnomes and wee garden folk have enjoyed their fairy feasts and now they're enjoying a trio of fairy desserts in the fairy garden. Looking for ways to attract fairies into your garden? We all know that fairies have an insatiable sweet tooth and these scrumptious baked mini fairy desserts will have the fairies flocking to your miniature fairy gardens. We hope your Thanksgiving and holiday feasts are filled with fairy magic. If you still have room after your Thanksgiving dinners savor a tiny fairy sweet for a little taste of fairy magic.
Photo above features Mini Red Bicycle.
The race is off. While the Enchanted Gardens team is busy manning the Enchanted Gardens shipping department and filling all the Black Friday orders, the fairies and gnomes have all raced out for a shopping trip . Our little fairies love the Black Friday frenzy and busy shopping for new accessories to fill their fairy gardens. A mini red bicycle is parked against a tree and the basket will soon be filled with tiny trinkets and fairy garden miniatures. This little fairy house will be filled to the brim with tiny accessories after the fairies and gnomes are finished shopping.
While we're packing orders for small business Saturday, the gnomes are out planting poinsettia in the miniature fairy gardens. The gnomes have painted their little fairy door red on the fairy house for Christmas. Everyone, even the tiniest of gnomes gets in the Christmas spirit. It can get quite chilly in the fairy gardens during winter so tree stumps make perfect fairy houses for your miniature fairies and gnomes. Make sure your little fairies and gnomes have a warm place to escape from the wicked winter storms this winter season.
The fairies are spending this Sunday in church preparing for the Christmas celebrations in the miniature fairy garden. A mist and fine dusting of snow has settled on the fairy gardens and the geese are migrating south for the winter. Some fairies don't fancy the cold weather and will migrate alongside the geese. Our little fairies love the snow, icicles and snowflakes so they're hunkering down for the winter. The gnomes can't fly but they've been motoring around the fairy garden in a festive miniature red bicycle.
Photo above features Mini Mint Fairy
We may not be on the same scale of the North Pole, but we have quite the operation running in our little fairy gardens. The fairies are busy wrapping packages for all the enchanted boys and girls on our list. Fairies love to finish off the gifts with a touch of fairy dust, spreading magical cheer throughout the realms. The fairies and gnomes love the magic of the season and can't help taking a peak in all the brightly colored Christmas packages. I think the fairies may be angling for a job with Santa Claus next year.
Photo above features Mini Cardinal Birdbath
Cardinals are a favorite visitor to our miniature fairy gardens. We know winter has truly arrived in the fairy gardens when I see the little cardinals flitting about the snow covered evergreens. Our miniature birdbaths are the first to freeze and the gnomes always have a chore defrosting the birdbaths with fairy magic to ensure all the songbirds and wee critters have plenty of water to drink. The sparkling frost always looks so beautiful on the fairy gardens and you can catch the reflection of twinkling fairy lights in the ice crystals.
Photo above features Mini Celtic Cross
The snowstorms have descended on the fairy garden and the snow flurries are flying. The woodland spirits are bringing the magic of winter to all of the fairy realms. The fairies are catching snowflakes on their tongues and making little snow angels in the snow. The evergreens are shining, the branches are bare and you might just catch sight of the flutter of fairy wings in the fluffy snow. Magic thrives in the fairy garden any time of year.
Red is a favorite color of the fairies throughout the year but even more prominent during the Christmas fairy gardening season. Red is a saturated shade that entice fairies to investigate your miniature fairy gardens and maybe even call them home. In the snow covered fairy gardens our red toadstools and poinsettias are shining. Everything is painted red for the festive holiday season including the miniature furniture. our red miniature Adirondack furniture is a Christmas fairy throne.
Bounce is a hearty little goldfinch and he's not afraid of a little winter weather. Bounce is checking the mail for all of the Christmas cards. Don't you love getting Christmas cards during the holiday season? The fairies love displaying cheerful Christmas cards in the fairy gardens and even steal them from the shipping department. This yellow goldfinch is a welcome splash of color In the icy blue gardens and a splash of sunshine any time of year.
Photo above features Mini Fairy Castle
Some fairies take shelter from winter storms in wee cottages and rustic tree houses but a few of our fairies prefer more grand accommodations. Several of our miniature fairies watch over the enchanted kingdom from a charming miniature castle. Our stone castle turret offers majestic views of the fairy gardens and enchanted snowy forests. Looking for traces of fairies in your winter miniature gardens? Keep a lookout for tiny footprints or pointed boots in the fresh layers of snow.
Photo above features Opening Fairy Door
Fairy doors are enchanted portals that allow the fairies to travel unseen from the enchanted fairy realm to your home and gardens. The fairy mushroom rings are covered with snow during the winter so we make sure to install extra fairy doors in the garden to ensure safe fairy traveling. We tuck little fairy doors against stone walls, evergreen branches and sheltered rocks in the fairy garden. This magical fairy door opens to reveal a magical fairy house with a warm fire glowing in the fireplace. Happy traveling this winter season!
Autumn and winter storms fell trees and branches in the fairy gardens. The fairies transform fallen logs transforming them into magical fairy houses. The bark roof provides excellent camouflage cover to keep fairies stuck in snowstorms away from prying human eyes. Bark is an excellent insulator and and keeps our fairy houses toasty and warm even in the coldest climates. Gnomes are magnificent craftsmen and carve fanciful fairy houses out of tree logs and branches.
Photo above features Mini Fairy Church
Christmas is a time of celebration and a mini church is a fabulous focal point of any fairy garden. With the help of the gnomes, we placed this miniature church in the middle of our enchanted forests. The vibrant red door and rustic log cabin construction create an enchanted gathering place for all of our miniature fairies, gnomes and wee garden visitors. While the fairies like to hide their activities from humans, this little church allows you to catch glimpses of magical fairy light shining inside.
Winter has settled into the mini fairy gardens and baby it's cold outside! Even the fairies get a chill form time to time and have to take a moment to defrost their fairy wings. Our little good elf fairy, supervisor of many fairy festivities, takes a break from his duties to warm up in the miniature fairy garden. The gnomes have knitted this charming little fellow a Christmas scarf and he soaks up a little winter sun in his organic twig vine chair. Keep your fairies toasty and warm this winter for extra fairy Christmas magic.
The fairies aren't the only ones who love to play in the snow! Our miniature hedgehogs love trundling along the snow covered fairy gardens. Our mini Rosehip fairy and mini hedgehog take a break from gathering pine cones to pose for this charming picture. Fairies and hedgehogs are bosom friends and you can always find them exploring the fairy gardens together. Rosehip fairy has guided our little hedgehog to a magic mushroom ring full of fairy winter magic.
Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens aren't my only favorite things during Christmas. Fairies and teddy bears would definitely climb to the top of the list. Our little Birch Fairy is helping wrap up all the Christmas presents and hang Christmas decorations high in the fairy garden trees. In the photo above, a tiny fairy sized teddy bear is ready to be adopted into a new home for Christmas. Christmas is a time of magic and we love sending of fairies, teddy bears and tiny puppies to their new families.
Photo above features Mini Fawn.
Our mini fawn loves exploring the winter fairy fairy gardens. Our mini fawn and all the wee garden critters love to take shelter under fairy toadstools. The miniature deer love exploring the fairy gardens and enchanted forests gallivanting around with enchanted reindeer.. Deers are treasured friends of the fairies and gnomes and even give gnomes a ride across the gardens. The gnomes and fairies feed our little deer fruit and seeds and they're a welcome friend in our fairy gardens.
The gnomes aren't bothered by the cold and love exploring snow covered miniature fairy gardens, They take a break from their work to enjoy a warm cup of cocoa and hot cider with the fairies and catch up on all the miniature fairy garden gossip. This little gnome has scouted the perfect spot for a Christmas garden soirée. He's set up a tiny leaf table under the shelter of a toadstool mushroom and his friends will be joining him shortly. Our little gnome has found the perfect spot for a hot cup of tea, bowl of soup or even a glass of fairy wine.
The garden gnomes are busy decorating the fairy garden for Christmas. Silly is struggling to get a Christmas tree looking like he envisioned and has created more of a Charlie Brown style Christmas tree instead. His little chihuahua will help sort it out and his Christmas fairy garden will soon be looking quite grand. Silly gnome snapped a photo of the snow falling at the entrance of the fairy garden. Snow is falling along the white picket fence and a festive miniature sign welcomes everyone to our miniature Christmas fairy gardens.
Snow is falling in our miniature fairy gardens. The rooftops of our fairy houses are covered with snow ready for the miniature reindeer to make a safe landing. Santa Claus will land on the rooftops of these tiny fairy houses to deliver enchanted trinkets to all of the wee fairies. With the nights growing shorter the lampposts have been lit to guide all of the fairies and gnomes safely home to their cozy fairy houses. Our miniature fairy village is a picturesque little village under the falling snow.
Red mushrooms make festive garden embellishments in your Christmas fairy gardens. Their vibrant red tops contrast against the white snow and are always easy to fine. Our little garden gnome, Otto, has been helping us out in the Enchanted Gardens workshop and is returning home just as snow is starting to fall on the fairy garden. Our little garden gnome is looking forward to a spicy cup of apple cider with the fairies. in front of his festive mushroom fairy house.
All that hard work decorating the fairy garden can sure tire a gnome out. Little Norbert Gnome is enjoying a nap in the fairy garden while our little blue jay takes over hanging the ornaments. Norbert Gnome loves the crisp cold winter air in the fairy gardens and thinks it's fine sleeping weather. Red toadstools always stand out in the winter fairy gardens and are a perfect place to find little gnomes and fairies sleeping in your miniature fairy gardens.
Our miniature owls love the winter season. Our little snowy barn owl named Paleface is perched in the wintergreens with a tiny bird house. He loves swooping over the fairy gardens with the fairies. Our mini owls make sure none of the fairies get lost flying at night and wild winter weather. Find glowing owl eyes at night in your garden and you just might catch the site of fluttering fairy wings nearby. You'll find our miniature owls perched next to the fairies all over our miniature fairy gardens this winter.
The fairies love the fragrant scent of poinsettias in the fairy garden. Red poinsettias brilliantly contrast against the snow and bring magic to any miniature garden. Our little birch fairy is setting up a special spot in the fairy garden for a flower fairy soirée. A tiny poinsettia table will host plates of fairy food and sparkling winter candles this holiday season. Red is the color of the season and a favorite of fairies and gnomes throughout the year.
The fairies aren't the only ones who enjoy fairy houses during the winter, our mini critters love to call these fairy houses home. Tree stumps create ideal fairy houses and provide a toasty place to wait out any storms. Our mini white rabbits are helping us decorate our mini fairy garden. This charming little rabbit is hauling Christmas lights and decorations to his enchanted tree fairy house. An ice blue butterfly is perched on this magical fairy house ready to bring a little ice magic to your miniature fairy gardens.
When winter arrives in the fairy garden, the waterways begin to freeze. The fairies and gnomes love to go ice skating on the frozen surface and frolic on the sparkling ice. We make sure our miniature bridges are well maintained to provide safe passage for our fairies, gnomes and wee garden critters during the winter. Our little beaver is perched next to the frozen river eying our little Christmas trees. Does he want a Christmas tree for his house or a tasty evergreen snack?
Photo above features Baby Leaf Fairy
Our baby fairies get so excited for Christmas morning, they can't wait for this magical holiday to arrive. Our baby leaf fairy is fast asleep while visions of sugarplums dance above her head. This little leaf fairy is safe and warm while the snow falls softly behind her. The woodland forest spirits will watch over this tiny babe as she sleeps surrounded by fairy magic. Maybe she'll wake up in your home and fairy gardens and find a fabulous new home this Christmas.
Merry fairy Christmas!!! We hope everyone is enjoying a magical holiday. Our little good elf fairy is riding in a sleigh pulled by mini reindeer and will spread fairy magic throughout the realm. He'll distribute a little fairy dust to all of your home and gardens so don't be surprised if your overtaken with a sudden urge to play in the snow or frolic through your home singing Christmas Carols. We'll be out frolicking with the fairies this Christmas and we hope your holiday is filled with fairies, enchantment, friends, family, food and magic. Thank you for joining in the magic, we couldn't have done it with out you! Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year to all of our customers, friends, family and visitors!! Thank you for your continued patronage and support!