Miniature World

A couple of weeks ago the kids decided they would create their own little miniature fairy worlds. With just a little bit of help from me and a whole lot of their own imagination they set to work.

My daughter was adamant that only fairies and elves would be allowed – no pixies. It was wonderful to see how much enjoyment could be got from a few logs, flowers and twigs.

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20 thoughts on “Miniature World

  1. Miranda McCoy

    My sister has a little grotto at the end of her garden! Proving you are never too old (or that she is completely bonkers!). Great fun and why the ban on pixies?! Hilarious xx

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    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      You’re never too old! I think she see’s pixies are being “bold” – perhaps the fault of Enid Blyton Amelia Jame stories!

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    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      As I explained to Miranda below we love reading the Amelia Jane books by Enid Blyton – and in those stories the pixies are a bit naughty – I think that may be the reason!

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  2. Jane

    Must show these pictures to the granddaughters – how captivating. Don’t remember the Amelia Jane stories so will find for the little ones & me. One of my students was surprised when I said that Tom’s Midnight Garden was one of my favourite books….

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